3/7: Food Recap

Lately, I feel like I need to get back to the basics of weight loss: eating right and working out. I’ve decided to go back to seriously tracking my food. My new trainer asked me if I track my food and I said sort of. She then asked me if there was something I remember doing that was really successful for me. For me, that’s tracking my food. It reminds me to not eat an entire bags of Cheetos which is good. Yesterday I downloaded MyFitnessPal on my phone and I love it! On the website, you can pull a daily report of what you’ve eaten. I can copy and paste it and TA DA, ready to blog! I’m not sure if the calories burned are accurate, but that’s ok. I’m working out which is what counts. Putting in food is really easy on the Windows Phone app. I actually prefer it to the website. I’ve been looking for a good way to track on my phone and I think I found it! Now I just need a dailymile Windows Phone app. I just got my OAuth problem fixed for Buffer, so maybe dailymile is next! I’ll be geeking out this weekend, what will you be doing?

FOODS Calories
Breakfast
Danon – Oikos Greek Organic Yogurt – Vanilla – Fat Free, 150 g 120
Kellogg’s – Special K Vanilla Almond Cereal (Net Carbs), 3/4 cup 110
Lunch
Caveman Cookie – Alpine, 1 cookies 75
Fresh Express – * Lettuce – 5 Mix (Green, Red, Butter, Romaine, Radiccho), 85 g 15
Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing – Balsamic Vinegar & Olive Oil, 2 tablespoons 192
Banquet – Original Brown ‘n Serve Fully Cooked Sausage Patties, 2 patties 150
Bob – Bibimbob, 0.3 bowl 176
Dinner
Safeway Signature Cafe – Stompin’ Steakhouse Chili With Beans, 1 cup 240
Fresh Express – Baby Spinach Raw, 32.5 g 10
Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing – Balsamic Vinegar & Olive Oil, 1 tablespoons 96
Snacks
Lucerne – Light String Cheese, 1 stick 50
Generic – Banana, 1 Banana 118g 106
TOTAL: 1,340
EXERCISES Calories Minutes
Cardiovascular
Spinning® 574 49
TOTALS: 574 49
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