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    Today:

    Breakfast: gluten free weetbix with coconut milk and banana

    Snack: coffee

    Lunch: salad of some kind with boiled egg (today was broccoli salad) and a piece of fruit (today was a plum)

    Snack: corn thins with natural peanut butter

    Dinner: whatever's going! Tonight was zucchini slice and salad

    Supper: small handful of macadamias and a few dried apricots.

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    Today-
    No breakfast
    Lunch- French toast (1 piece) and a nectarine
    (Sometimes I have a tuna/lettuce salad)
    Avo- Apple
    Dinner- Chicken Schnizel, steamed veggies and potato salad.
    Tonight- I'm having a little bit of Icecream!!

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    Breakfast - coffee

    Morning tea - more coffee

    Lunch - Spring rolls and salad

    Afternoon tea - chocolate

    Dinner - lentil and chickpea curry.

    That was today's rundown and its pretty much standard except lunch is usually pasta.

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    I had some leftover Indian from last night about 10 am.

    I was out at lunch and couldn't be bothered eating. I had a choc milk.

    For afternoon tea I had two skinny cow icecreams...

    For tea I had lasagne, garlic bread and salad.

    One decaf coffee and just water to drink.

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    Oooh good topic for me! Hahah today I have eaten..... spag bol for dinner! Woo hoo. I'm on a roll!

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    Breakfast: One piece of toast, coffee and a banana
    Snack: Muesli bar
    Lunch: Left over Lasagne
    Snack: Chocolate eggs, Coffee
    Dinner: Rissoles and Mash potato.
    The rest just water.

    I have toast every morning.

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    Breakfast- nothing
    Lunch- vegetable pastie
    Snack- watermelon
    Dinner- baked beans

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    Coffee first thing with a homemade bikkie (I'm gluten & dairy free so it's basically almond meal, honey and coconut oil for the bikkie).
    Some fruit. Then breakfast: leftover vegie soup. If I have any bacon, fried up and crumbled on top.
    Lunch will be the "big" meal so a steak and various vegies, or roast and vegies, or casserole with lots of vegies.
    Usually mid afternoon is second coffee and another bikkie or fruit.
    Dinner will be a bit of a graze affair, maybe more soup, vegie sticks.

    That's very normal for me, I literally eat soup every single day. I find it so easy to have a huge pot in the fridge at all times (plus it rarely gets very hot where I live).

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    My typical day at the moment:

    First thing: two cups of tea, then water throughout the day
    Breakfast: cereal such as Vita Brits, uncle Toby's plus or homemade muesli and plain yoghurt
    Morning tea: fruit, maybe a coffee
    Lunch: salad or sandwich.
    Arvo tea: if I'm hungry some crackers
    Dinner: homemade pasta, curry, stir fry, soup.
    Snacks: I'll have some type of chocolate every day at some point. Love chocolate

    Not the best diet but not the worst either

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    A normal day for me

    2x redbulls straight up in the morning
    A bite here and there of kids sandwiches/lunch (usually the leftovers)
    Dinner maybe 4 out of 7 nights (and its usually cold because i dont get a chance to eat it until after kids are in bed)


 

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