7/12/2018 Thursday Day 7
Weigh-In = not today
Total Calories = 1002.2
Total Fat grams = 7.0g
Fat Calorie/Total Calorie Ratio = .06 or 6%
1 c. So Delicious unsweetened yogurt – Cal. 55, Fat 3.5g
1 med. banana – Cal. 90, Fat 0.3g
cinnamon – 0 cal/fat
1 c. Chililess Chili – Cal. 144, Fat 1.2g
1 med. head cauliflower, core, trim, break apart, boil till tender as you like, drain, cover and refrigerate – Cal. 147, Fat 2.0g
1/4 c. Fat-Free Nectarine Dressing – Cal. 24.2, Fat 0g
2, 12 oz. bottles Lake Erie Monster Beer by Great Lakes – Cal. 542.0, Fat 0g
Total Calories = 1002.2
Total fat gram = 7.0
7 x 9 cal./gram = 63
63 divided by 1002.2 = .06 or 6%
Here’s the link for FIVE INGREDIENT FAT-FREE NECTARINE SALAD DRESSING
Here’s the link for CHILILESS CHILI
Unsweetened yogurt has little taste, but I thought I’d give it a try. It’s especially good when I want a creamy, sugar-free (which usually means vanilla-free, but not always), component for savory sauces or soups. Although I eat it with fruit or not, a little brown sugar on top with a twist of Himalayan pink salt satisfies better and there aren’t many additional calories. However for those who want strict unsweet, this yogurt is strict.
When I go to the market I pretty much have to buy what’s there. In the beginning SILK was it, now SILK is out and SO DELICIOUS is in. One company owns both, so they interchange for availability purposes, though each are different styles of yogurt.
walked .83 mile
GROW YOUNG FITNESS
12 JULY 2018
1st work out.
It took me since December 22, 2017 to get here. But I finally arrived. I thought it wouldn’t be challenging enough. That first work out was more of a work out than I expected. I look forward to the next one. Three times a week they recommend in a particular order to achieve the best results.
I realize now that I needed a motivational tool to discipline my workouts. Grow Young Fitness is a good fit for me. Steve joined too after returning from his cardiologist. Good reports, but they both agreed he had to lose weight. His next appointment is in 3 months, so Steve asked him what would be a good amount to lose by then. The doctor said 5 pounds. Steve, surprised at the small number said, I’ll do you better than that, how about 20 pounds? So Steve bet him a sushi meal. The doctor took the bet, probably thinking he’s going to get a free sushi meal from Lucky’s Market that just opened a couple blocks from us that Steve and I both rave about.
Of course once Steve makes a bet where he controls the outcome, he’s going to win.
What’s in it for me? Steve spends a lot of money on food. Hopefully our food costs will go down. Plus I won’t be tempted by all the new and interesting stuff he brings home for me to try. I have about a two year backlog on products I tried but didn’t get to posting about yet. Also, when he diets, I diet better.