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    Default Your day of eating...

    What does it look like?

    Breakfast?
    Snacks?
    Lunch?
    Dinner?
    Dessert?

    Are there any meals which you gave exactly the same every day?

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    I'll use today as my example.

    Breakfast: Overnight oats
    Snack: A bit of homemade granola with milk; a biscuit with my coffee
    Lunch: Tuna and salad sandwich
    Snack: Watermelon
    Dinner: Ham, hard boiled eggs, and salad/veg

    I may have an icecream after I finish my peach

    Sometimes I will get into one breakfast for a while and have it day after day. Otherwise I try to vary my meals each day.

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    Breakfast: raisin toast with butter and a cup of tea
    Snacks: a few passionfruit, a handful of roasted almonds
    Lunch: leftover Thai food, white rice with a seafood/vege curry
    Snacks: a cucumber, homemade choc, coconut and cranberry brownies (always too many!!)
    Dinner: vegetarian omelette on toast
    Dessert: mango yogurt iceblock ☺️

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    Breakfast: oats made with water and an apple, banana, and cinnamon.
    Lunch: leftover dahl and rice.
    Snack: blueberries
    Dinner: pasta (vegan mac cheese style made with potato).
    Most days are fairly similar. I follow a starch based diet so consume heaps of rice, pasta, oats, potato, etc.. as long as it is high carb and low fat.

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    Cereal

    Biccie and apple

    Salad and protein

    Strawberries and yogurt

    Veggie packed pasta

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    Today was a little makeshift in terms of dinner (DH is at work and I couldn't be bothered cooking) but here goes:

    Breakfast: Ancient grain flakes cereal with milk, Greek yoghurt and honey.

    Lunch: tuna & cottage cheese on a wholemeal roll.

    Afternoon snack: country cheese biscuit with cheese.

    Dinner: chicken & salad Lebanese bread wrap, followed by an extra piece of bread with cheese.

    Dessert: 2 small glasses of wine.

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    Breakfast: 1 slice of multigrain toast spread with avocado
    Snack: 1 banana
    Lunch: sandwich of multigrain bread with avocado, ham and lettuce
    Dinner: pork steak with a salad of lettuce, cherry tomatoes, avocado, cucumber, capsicum and carrot.

    That's it for a day. I don't have a sweet tooth and I often don't snack at all..

    My breakfast is pretty consistent, and my dinner is nearly always a protein, either steak, salmon, chicken or pork served with a lot of salad.

    Lunch is either a sandwich or left over salad and meat from dinner..

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    im getting into a pattern of protein with each meal. yoghurt and fruit for breakfast. protein shake for snack, if I think about it. tuna sandwich plus fruit for lunch. maybe second shake/ or a fruit/nuts for afternoon snack . and then dinner from a meal plan. small protein, plus lots of greens. it is working ok for me so far . marie

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    I just got my period so today has been.

    Breakfast - nothing
    Snack - kitkat and coffee
    Lunch - Nachos
    Snack - Mango
    Dinner - Pizza
    Dessert - Rainbow Paddlepop

    A more usual day goes like this:
    Breakfast - Porridge and cup of tea
    Snack - Rice cakes with ww cottage cheese and sliced tomatoes or fruit
    Lunch - protein and salad, sometimes a toasted sandwich or leftovers
    Snack - Handful of pretzels or a carrot or some celery
    Dinner - usually protein and veggies
    After dinner snack - handful of nuts.


 

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