Originally Posted by dmartz
- Calories Avg. < 1400 /day: 1218, 1266, 890
- Cholesterol < 200mg: 65, 95, 48
- Vegetables > 3 / day: 2, 2, 6
- Protein > 50 g / day: 54, 53, 42
- Sugar < 50 g / day: 53, 59, 35
- Workout > 150 min/wk: 60, 10, 60
Worked out. Vegged out. Feel Great.
Mike: Your spices have sugar? My bottle of cayenne only has pepper! (Well most of my herbs I get from my small garden, but my saffron comes from Penzey's.) Um, I guess you meant condiments, because if your spices have sugar, you're using the wrong spices!
But condiments could be mustard, mayo, etc.
I guess I should have said seasonings but that sounds funny.
Originally Posted by episode2011
, that diet is intense! So that's your secret, eh? It seems like it takes a lot of self-discipline to adhere to it. Heh I'd have been out on Day 3, what with the 10 glasses of water (
) AND no coffee! Question: aren't crawfish basically little, bitty lobsters? Would they be on The List?
Crawfish do look like little lobster... but they taste better. The problem is that the mix that's used to boil them has a ton of sodium and will wreck any diet. Besides that when you boil crawfish you have to throw in everything, including the kitchen sink (potatoes, mushrooms, corn on the cob, sausage, onions, lemon, etc). Since hardly any of it is on the plan, I might as well just skip it.
Originally Posted by iansteele
Week 1 goals:
Less than 1500 calories per day, under 10 000 for the week.
Log all exercise to set a proper goal for week 2
Daily Progress (Wednesday):
250 situps (wasn't as hard as I thought it would be)
1.5 miles walked
was that 250 situps at one time?