"We are born to be fit, strong, and healthy." Robb Wolf

October 14, 2010

Day 14

Post your meals for the day in comments section.

13 comments:

Kait said...

Some non-lean meats were on a "Foods to avoid" list that you posted in September (ex. ham, bacon) - Does this only apply if your goal is weight loss or is are they not recommended across the board?

Also-- what's your take on cider as an alcoholic beverage (like strongbow, magners...)

Dawson said...

Kait... These are not recommended across the board unless you can find them without sugar. Most cured meat, like ham and bacon, are loaded with nitrates, sugar, and salt. We are trying to limit our exposure to these chemicals. If you can find these meats without sugar, which they are available but expensive, then they are permissible but only in moderation.

I had to look up cider because I had no clue about it's nutritional info. After checking out numerous websites, alcoholic cider (Strongbow for example) is all sugar and has no nutritional value what-so-ever. Therefore it is not permitted for this challenge.

Andrew said...

I would have said limit it to 8-10 ciders a day Kaitlin

Martha said...

pre wod - hamburger & nuts
post - apple sauce & chicken

spaghetti squash with meat & veg sauce, pecans

celery sticks with guacamole, salmon, few nuts

salmon, salad(romaine, belguim endive, peppers, radish, celery, olive oil, strawberries, pecans, salt & pepper), celery sticks & guacamole

tired & a little irritable.

Linds said...

post wod- chicken, sweet potato

breaky- 2 eggs, shrooms, onions, zuch
- apple sauce, few strawberries, coconut milk

snack- egg whites, tomato, cukes, macadamia nuts

lunch- roast beef, squash, cukes, red pepps, coconut butter

snack- 1/2 chicken breast, green pepps, 6 brazil nuts

dinner- egg whites, tomato, shrooms, broccoli, coconut butter .

Felt VERY sluggish and tired today. Just really weak feeling lately..not a fan ;(

Jen F. said...

1 egg

1 safe muffin, 1/2 cantaloupe, 1 oz cheese, 1 cup nuts/seeds, coffee/cream

3 egg omelet with ham, orange peppers, 1 apple, 1 pear

steak with salad (greens, endive, raddichio, carrots, cukes, oil, salt)

more steak with squash, 1 glass red wine

Jaime said...

Breakfast - turkey (man am I sick of this stuff!), apple, nuts, coffee with almond milk

Snack = handful of nuts between interviews, coffee with almond milk

Lunch = homemade soup, yet again, my last jar! :( 1 tsp coconut butter, apple

Snack (pre WOD)= turkey (blah!), handful of nuts

Dinner = turkey, few nuts, apple, peppermint tea

I have to say I'm feeling pretty damn good overall and am liking the way my pants are hanging! haha I feel so much less bloated and more energetic, although the WOD tonight was tough; maybe that had something to do with little sleep/early wakeup! :) Overall, am really glad I decided to do this challenge. Thanks Jeff for putting it out there! :)

Amanda said...

Breaky: Pumpkin and Cranberry Muffin; black tea.

Snack: Banana with brazil nuts; chai tea.

Lunch: Lean ground hamburger, tomato sauce with zuks, celery, peppers, onions and carrots on califlower rice; unsweetened apple sauce

Snack: Apple with brazil nuts

Supper: Lean ground hamburger tomato sauce on spaghetti squash

Snack: Green tea; coconut and walnuts (handful)

Lots of water- always thirsty!

Dan said...

Breakfast - Salad, 2 eggs, turkey, almonds, pecans, stawberries, pear, apple and cottage cheese.

Snack - Almonds, apple, pear and coffee with cream

Lunch - Turkey, spaghetti squash, frozen veggies and carrots.

Snack - Carrot sticks, almonds, apple and coffee with cream. My last coffee with cream for a long time.

Dinner - macadamia nuts, spaghetti sauce (lean ground beef, onions, garlic, crushed tomatoes, red wine and basil) on spaghetti squash with butter nut squash and some salad.

Post-WOD - Milk and Whey Protien

Late-Snack - Broccoli with cheese, omelet with veggies, spinach and cheese. I am going to miss cheese.

Time to take the final step and cut out dairy. I am curious to see how I feel over the next couple of days. Hopefully my body will learn how to process fats more efficiently.

Holland said...

Meal 1: ham omelette, 1 banana, blueberries, pecans.
Meal 2: cantelope, honeydew melon, watermelon, almonds, black coffee.
Meal 3: homemade turkey soup with carrots, onions, leeks, turnip, parsnips.
Meal 4: spinach & arugula salad with pork tenderloin, pears, blueberries, red onion, dried figs, pumpkin seeds, walnuts.
Meal 5 (Post WOD): protein shake with banana & almond butter.

Jamie....I'm also feeling much less bloated. I had the same reaction when I did the challenge in january. It would be nice to know whether it's the grains or the dairy that's the culprit (I think the grains) since we are cutting out both at the same time!!

Mike said...

Breaky - 3 eggs, walnuts, kiwi and berries

Lunch - mixed salad with olive oil and lemon, grilled chicken breast

Snack - jambalaya few almonds

Dinner - last of the jambalaya, walnuts, 1/3 cucumber

Amy L said...

Breaky- steak and 2 eggs, coffee
Snack- 1/2 muffin with tea, handful of nuts and seeds
Lunch- burger patty with lettuce, onion, tomato, hot peppers and mustard, apple cinnamon tea
Supper- steak, carrots, salad with tomato, mushroom and carrot 1 tbsp olive oil
I can't wait to get home to start cooking for myself again.

b-rad said...

Breakfast - steak and eggs
Lunch - ground turkey and veg
Dinner - baked sole with scallops and shrimp and veg