For those that asked:
Typical CORE Week:
Breakfast1 (7:30): WW Smoothie made with Milk (2 milk servings)
Breakfast2(9:30): Instant Plain Oatmeal with Applesauce, Splenda, and Cinnamon
Lunch (11:30): Tuna and Brown Rice with Lemon Pepper, and a veggie of some sort (usually green beans, easy to carry)
Snack (2:30): Apple (or other fruit), hard boiled egg (could be deviled), and Fat Free Cheddar Cheese
Drive Home or Pre-Workout (5:00): Sugar Free Red Bull and 2 Wasa Crackers with Laughing Cow Cheese (2 Extra Weekly Points)
Dinner (6:30 or 7:00): Chicken cooked in 2 tsp Olive Oil with Mrs. Dash, Whole Wheat Couscous, Zucchini or other veggie on hand.
Dessert (8:00 - 8:30): Sugar Free/Fat Free Chocolate Pudding (or Fat Free Milk and a 1 point WW MiniBar)
Other Breakfast Ideas:
Egg Beaters (or Whole real Eggs) with Veggies (Broccoli, peppers, etc) and fat free shredded cheese
Fiber One (original) with Fat Free Milk
Shredded Wheat and Fat Free Milk
Omelet (Eggs, FF Cheese, Veggies, Canadian Bacon)
Other Lunch Ideas:
Egg Salad with FF Mayo, Dill Relish, and Mustard. One slice Double Fiber Bread (0 points)
Grilled Cheese made with spray butter, fat free cheese, and 2 slices double fiber bread (1 point)
100 calorie english muffin with tomato sauce and fat free mozzarella toasted with a veggie
Baked Potato with FF Sour Cream and Fat Free Margarine, topped with salsa and grilled chicken (i like adding black olives to this too)
Salad with Grilled Chicken, Sliced hard boiled eggs, fat free cheese, and other salad type toppings, and Fat Free Dressing
Whole Wheat Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce and Lean Ground Beef
Mexican Beef with Polenta (Lean ground beef, corn, olives, tomatoes, taco seasoning, tomato sauce in skillet; serve over polenta (cornmeal and chicken broth mixture))
Lean Steak with Potatoes ("fried" in 2 tsp olive oil; or mashed with ff milk and ff margarine)
Dessert: SF Jello with 1 tbsp Cool Whip or SF/FF Pudding made with skim milk
Typical Flex Week:
Breakfast1 (7:30) - Coffee with real creamer (1pt)
Breakfast2 (8:30) - 1/2 Cup Egg Beaters, 1 wedge Laughing Cow Cheese, 1 100 calorie Thomas English Muffin (3 points)
Snack (10:00) - Oranges (or other 1 point fruit)
Lunch (11:30) - Fast Food Grilled Chicken Sandwich and Side Salad with Fat Free Dressing (5 - 8 points depending on place)
Snack (2:00) - 1 laughing cow cheese wedge and 2 light rye wasa crackers (2 points) & Apple
Drive Home (pre-workout) - 2 point WW bar or 2 point fiber one bar and sugar free red bull
Dinner: Chicken Breast or turkey cutlets seasoned with mrs dash or the like. Veggies cooked in 2 tsp olive oil. 1 slice high fiber bread with garlic salt and spray butter
Dessert: Fat Free Milk and fun size candy bar or 1 point WW Minibar
Other Breakfasts: Instant Oatmeal, Fruit, WW Smoothie, Cereal with FF Milk
Other Lunches: Subway (usually stick to 5 or 6 points), Jr Burger and small fries, Chick Fla 8 piece nugget and Fruit Cup (7 points), Frozen Lean Cuisines or Smart Ones
Dinners: Spaghetti, English Muffin Pizzas made with turkey pepperoni (17 slices for 2 points), Brown Rice and Fish
Dessert: Baked Sweet Potato, Chocolate Milk, Diet Coke Cake, Cake mix made with Pumpkin puree and yogurt
Thanks...and I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who eats about every 2 hours!! ;D Small grazing most of the day.
I decided to stick with Flex for now....I'm currently just maintaining, my heart isn't in it right now.... sort of the winter blues, but I will kick it up a notch with the water and exercise and possibly get lucky!
I started WW three weeks ago...have only lost 6 pounds, but every little bit helps.
I have noticed on their site that they talk about Laughing Cow cheese...where do you find this? Is it somewhat good? I havent seen it locally...but maybe I am not looking in the right place!
Thanks for the sample meals too, I need to add new foods to my routine!!!
I find my Laughing Cow in the specialty cheese section. Maybe by the deli. It is in a round cardboard container. There are like 8 wedges in there. 1 point each.
Laughing Cow is really good - I think the garlic version is kind of like a light version of Boursin cheese. Very yummy.
My store has it in the specialty cheese section too.
(oh yeah...and 6 pounds in 3 weeks is EXCELLENT. Any time the scale goes down is great!!)
THANK YOU!!!! Until you mentioned it, I totally forgot that there is specialty cheese section by the deli...I need to stop at the grocery on the way home, I am definately heading there first!!
Thank you very much!!
Is that all they are. Thanks for that. I love that stuff and have gone off cheese so I could have another biscuit.Originally Posted by CenTexLabs