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July 4, 2009 in Uncategorized
Registered: Dec 9, 2007
, New York
Melissa said on July 23, 2009
I TRY to infuse some lo-pro pasta into my diet. That is very hard if you have to cook for two. It is like you are constantly trying to run a restaurant from your kitchen. Try to make things that you like in casseroles on Sunday – and then put them in the small (to-go) containers (like the zip-lock storage containers) so you have easy lunches on M, T & W. The problem with me is going out to meals. First of all – right now I am trying to lose like 40 lbs. by June 2010. I have a “breakfast club” that meets on Friday – very naughty choices are made usually. I also enjoy small “snack-packs” of the pre-cut/pre-washed veggies like baby carrots. For formula – I take Phen 40 (low cal) I mix it w/ coffee mate french vanilla – fat free – (like 1 shot of it) it works nice. It is tolerable. Some formulas I can’t even stomach – the SMELL of them. I am pretty picky for being on a picky diet. I like foods that are very bad for me….I need to right myself and make better choices! Let me know what some of your tricks are! Mish
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