11/17/13 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Tuesday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 17. November 2012 18:22

Make sure you're getting your starch and protein in for lunch.  Some suggestions for lunches are:

Organic Section:

1.  Cedarlane Bean and Cheese Burrito

2.  Kahiki Egg Roll and Sweet and Sour Sauce

3.  Parmesan Flavored Rice with 2 oz. tofu

4.  Meatless Mushroom Meatballs

5.  Earth's Best Whole Grain Kids Cheese Pizza

6.  Ling Ling Veggie Potsticker's

7.  Gardenburger's  

Frozen Section:

1.  Lean Gourmets - under 700 mg sodium/9g fat/340 cal

2.  Michelina's LIGHT Lean Gourmet - any of them under 700 mg sodium/9g fat/340 cal

3.  Morning Star Chicken of any kind (need a starch)

4.  Fish (still need a starch) 

Meat Section:

1.  Healthy Ones Turkey or Ham (not Healthy Choice because it's too high in sodium)

2.  98% fat free Kahn's hot dog (make sure you still have a starch with the turkey, ham, or hot dog)

 3.  Turkey meat to make turkey burger's 

Weight - 119.2 lbs.

Exercise - 35 mins. power walk/run combo



Breakfast - 

Fiber One Pancakes

1/4 cup sugar free syrup


1 cup fat-free milk

Lunch - 

sugar free jello

fat free yogurt

Jenny Craig Chicken Stuffed Sandwich (see JC website for nutrition facts)

Carrots with fat-free ranch

Snack - 


Dinner - 

2 oz. tuna with fat-free mayo on 2 slices whole wheat toast, 1/4 cup fat-free mozzarella melted on the skillet

Salad (mixed greens, pepper, onion, croutons, tomato)

2 tbsp. light ranch

Snack - 

1/4 of package of homemade sugar free chocolate pudding with 2 tbsp. fat-free cool whip

1 cup hot chocolate 


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