Just for fun and maybe we can help each other with some good ideas on what to eat. I will go first;

breakfast: 1 small banana, 2 cups of coffee with 1 cup 2% milk and 8 cashews

lunch: 2 pieces of wheat bread, 2 tablespoons PB and sugar-free strawberry jelly and 1/2 very large apple, 1 diet pepsi and 2 glasses water and 1/2 red bell pepper

Dinner: Have not had yet...........

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Wish I could eat like you, Erik. Bacon & eggs for breakfast, fried chicken for lunch? I might do this once a year. I find it hard to keep my weight down. Perhaps my metabolism has slowed down.
bkfst: 1/3 cup of Joe's Whole Grain O's, 1/3 c yogurt (half a local full fat plain and half Oikos Greek Yogurt)
lunch: 2 oz TJ cheddar and salsa in a TJ Olive Wrap burrito, 1 medium Fuji apple.
dinner will be a spinach salad, pork chop marinated in chipolte sauce, roasted potatoes and winter squash (courtesy of my wonderful husband, the cook.)
Sorry bad diabetic here....I don't do breakfast lunch 1/2 a turkey sandwich with diet coke supper well screwed up there too.........fried potatoes with onion......justhaven't got my appitite back yet!!!!
ALL YOU EAT BUFFET OF CHINISE FOOD AND PIZZA AND CUPCAKES
just kidding, april fools!!

chili made with soy sausage, with some greek yogurt on top and brussel sprouts. No idea how i'm going to count it...
breakfast : english muffin, egg, cheese and sliced oscar meyer turkey

snack: applesauce cup

lunch : veggie burger with lettuce and tomato

dinner : pork loin, steamed rice, and asparagus
are you on the pump?
I have been pumping for close to 10 years :)
Breakfast: One slice of wheat toast, with Smart Balance Omega 3 margarine

Lunch: Low carb Mung Bean Fettuccini Noodles with home made Paremsan Cream Sauce, and veggies

Snack: 1 meat stick

Dinner: Broiled home made meatballs, with organic broiled onion rings

About 50 ounces of water throughout my day, and still drinking...
Breakfast: Raisin Bran

Lunch: Chilil and plum

Dinner: Salad w/chicken strips grilled, tomatoes, cukes, zucchini, marinated mozzarella balls, yellow squash, olives.
Breakfast: 2 slices low fat mozerella cheese, 3 cups of coffee, 4 oz. 2% milk

Snack: 1/2 sliced cucumber

Lunch: (very late) 1/2 whole wheat bagel, 2 tablespoons PB & SF Jelly, 1 yoplait vanilla light yogurt, 1 cup fresh blueberries.
Yogurt and blueberries mixed together in a bowl.

Dinner: I will have fresh steamed cauliflower w/ margarine, salt and pepper. (much later in the evening) No carbs at dinner.
I was with you up to the 1 small banana and 2 cups of coffee. Blew it from there, so good thing I am the Mom and not the T1 in the family.

Cheryl
I consume therefore, I am....

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