Wednesday, March 30, 2011

No One Wants To Eat What I Eat

This morning I drank my normal morning morning shake while I made breakfast for everyone, I got cleaned up stepped on the scale and........I lost a few oz's.....Food was within 10 or 15 calories of the day before no there was no major calorie deficiency so how could I have possibly lost weight? Note the sarcasm in that sentence, could it be the types of food that I'm eating instead of solely that number of calories...Hmmmm



Breakfast consisted of one whole egg, 1/2 cup of egg whites, peppers, frozen spinach and some leftover ground beef....so how come no one wants to partake in that for breakfast? I think I lose them at the ground beef with the eggs.
Roughly 300 calories, 6.5 grams of carbs and somewhere around 30 grams of protein, not a bad way to get the morning going. Tonight chicken on the grill some lentils and a salad....salad, really what's the use?


I've been enjoying this latest workout template, mostly from the book Power Training, it's a book I've had for years and so many of Coach Dos's workouts seem to help me shed
weight.


I bought a Bob Harper DVD at Sam's a few weeks ago and had never taken the time to run through it...damn 40 minutes into the 60 minute workout I was done....I even did it without weights. I must have something to do with weighing 160lbs and not 213.6.

4 comments:

  1. Great breakfast - we had left over steak with an egg this morning. Nice.

    Why do you use egg white and not just two whole eggs?

    Keep up the great work.
    TNT Man

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  2. Ahhh the egg conundrum.it's not due to nutrition it's due to the fact that there are four people in the house that all eat eggs and there's only two people (the adults) that ever bother to mention that "All the eggs are gone" so I buy the three pack of egg whites at Sams Club, which no one in the house will touch with a 10 foot pole,,this way I'm always assured of having eggs.....

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  3. LOL - We buy huge amounts of extra large eggs at Costco.

    I grew up in the country, my father was an animal feeds dealer. He would pick up a case of eggs from the farmers. A case had well more than a dozen dozen (144) but my childhood memory has faded. The eggs where kept in the cool basement and brought up by the dozen as needed.

    I probably ate in excess of 4 a day not counting the eggs that where regularly added to the food such as mixed into the chopped meat prior to being made into a meat loaf.

    Ah - those where the days before Low Fat and Eggs became the devil's handiwork.

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