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Daily Report for August 30, 2016

Daily Log

Breakfast

191

Coffee, Brewed

16 Fluid ounces

5

Coconut Cream Concentrate, Tropical Traditions

2 Tablespoons

186

No nutrient data for: Sodium

Lunch

639

Tomatoes, Cherry

8 Each

24

Avocado

½ Each

161

Mayo, Avocado Oil, Primal Kitchen

1 Tablespoon

100

Mustard, Yellow, Prepared

1 Teaspoon

3

Rotisserie Chicken, Costco

6 Ounces

350

No nutrient data for: Sodium

Dinner

612

Salad, BBQ Chicken, Lunch Portion, w/ Chipotle Ranch, Yard House

1 Each

612

Snacks

240

90% Dark Chocolate, Lindt

4 Pieces

240

 

Nutrients

Fat

113g

59%

Sodium

1147mg

Carbohydrates

82g

19%

Fiber

23g

Sugars

20g

Protein

94g

22%

 

Went out for an impromptu dinner with a friend last night - tried to make the best choice i could.  I know salads at restaurants can be bad news but this was the best i could do and i kept the dressing on the side.  The scale seems to be stuck - i will try adding in some exercise again.

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Comment by Kelley Noe on August 31, 2016 at 8:59am
I have my listeners to that but definitely sounds like something I should and will listen to. Thanks!
Comment by Jim B on August 31, 2016 at 8:40am

Looks like a great log. Don't get upset about the weight not moving for a few days or even longer. It takes a long time to make permanent changes and there are so many things that go into a pound of two (of course I realize you know most of this). It is not uncommon for weight to drop and then hold and then drop a little more eventually, remember that we are looking for permanent change here and not just a quick diet. Trust the process!

Question: Do you listen to Primal Blueprint podcast? If so, listen to one that came out on August 23rd with Dr. Lauren Noel. It dealt with women's gut health and stress. I think you'll find some information good. It also stresses out the importance of gut health and how it can take 3-6 months to really make headway if your gut is unhealthy due to eating food that it really doesn't like for prolonged periods.

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