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    Self sustaining supernova Zoom's Avatar
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    Hm. It seems people are posting their intake here. I'll do it for a bit out of curiosity; someone please tell me if this isn't what the thread is for.

    Morning: A white nectarine and Granny Smith apple, chopped up together as fruit salad. Two chicken breasts, sauteed and eaten with a bit of barbecue sauce.

    Afternoon: Chai, using 3/4 cup or so of whole milk (as I don't have very many sources of fat).

    Evening: Two white nectarines (got a bunch of them at the store earlier this week)... then went to a restaurant and had chicken with salsa/a small bit of spicy white sauce, thin tortilla slices, and a basic salad with some grated cheese and Italian dressing. Tasty.

    Need to eat more often as opposed to larger meals, but didn't get the chance to eat on break at work today.

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    join the club !

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    Yeah, I was constantly having to enter stuff in on my own with Lose It, which is why I went to livestrong. It has a huge database, most restaurants are even in there if they are the slightest bit of a chain at all. But it doesn't have the barcode stuff. I have to search based on the brand.
    Hmm... If it includes restaurants I may have to break down and get that one. I'm pretty sure I found it the other day and it wasn't a free app, but at least it wasn't one of these ridiculously expensive ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kymbirleigh View Post
    Hmm... If it includes restaurants I may have to break down and get that one. I'm pretty sure I found it the other day and it wasn't a free app, but at least it wasn't one of these ridiculously expensive ones.
    It was like 2 or 3 dollars. If you want to check out the database it has, go here: MyPlate - Food Diary & Food Calorie Counter | LIVESTRONG.COM

    The iphone app is just a way to interface with that same site in an iphone friendly format. Very nice. I think you can make an account there for free and see if their database would help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    It was like 2 or 3 dollars. If you want to check out the database it has, go here: MyPlate - Food Diary & Food Calorie Counter | LIVESTRONG.COM

    The iphone app is just a way to interface with that same site in an iphone friendly format. Very nice. I think you can make an account there for free and see if their database would help you.
    Thanks! I think I'll use their online site as my backup tracking for now.... If I like it, I'll go ahead and add the app. As long as an app is < $5 I'm usually okay with paying for it if it's worth it.

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    planning is a major part of having a healthy diet.
    knowing what you will consume. preparing foods
    so you don't break down and get a bag of
    deep fried twinkies smothered in bacon fat.

    i try to go to the market every 2-3 days, to eat
    as fresh as possible. and i know exactly what i
    will buy to prepare. it helps curb the whim tendencies
    of "mmm i think i'll have 3 slices of cheesecake for lunch today"
    since there's nothing in the fridge.

    typical enfp. hard to get me to write stuff down.
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
    h.l. mencken

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    Ok just signed up for the livestrong site.

    Today I consumed 1389, but I burned 973 calories running.
    Not a very healthy start, but I just haven't had enough time to eat today.
    I ate an apple, yogurt, salad with craisins and dressing, a frozen dinner (Amy's Mattar tofu), sunchips and cashews.

    Maybe I'll have a few light beers to get my calories up.

    This is the first time I've done calorie counting. Hopefully I can keep up with it.
    Take the weakest thing in you
    And then beat the bastards with it
    And always hold on when you get love
    So you can let go when you give it

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    Thumbs down The Cue

    Apparently sugar is the cue to eat. And although sugar is the primary cue to eat, fat and salt added to sugar make it all the stronger.

    Unfortunately we can find sugar interlarded with fat and salt on every street corner.

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