What are you eating/doing today? (Thursday)

crqvingchange
on 2/8/18 6:22 am, edited 2/8/18 6:55 am

Good morning everyone. A bit of a late start for me today. Last night DH and I went to see a movie, so I decided to sleep in.

Today I am going to the gym and then I have meetings for most of the afternoon.

Accountability: I was doing so well until we got home from the movie, and then 1 snack turned into 2.

3.5 years post-op

B. A Deluge of Decaf (Linda thats for you)

S. Protein coffee shake at the gym

L. Jalapeno cheddar chicken sausage with sauteed peppers

S. Shrimp with SF ****tail sauce

D. Baked salmon with a poached egg on top, Hollandaise, and French green beans.

Totals: 800, Carbs 11, Fat 40, Protein 96

Have a great day everyone.

CENTURY CLUB MEMBER at 6 months post-op.

Referral to Guelph Feb/13, Sleep study and all bloodwork and ultrasound May/13, orientation July/13. Nurse, NUT,SW Sept/13, 2nd NUT, nurse and SW, 3rd round and cleared for surgery Dec/13. Pre-op Apr 7/14, Surgeon May 2/14, Opti Jul 3/14, surgery Jul 17/14.

Meggles07
on 2/8/18 6:47 am - Canada

Good morning :)

I would like to try going grocery shopping this morning. I'm still not tolerating real food, but I'm trying to eat it anyways because I need the nutrients.

Post-op two years, eleven months.

Breakfast - Greek yogurt, cereal

Snack - apple, PB

Lunch - chicken, maybe some veg

Snack - maybe soup

Dinner - tbd

All water and vits.

crqvingchange
on 2/8/18 7:05 am

Meg, my heart goes out to you. I would never normally recommend this on a WLS forum, but what about a PC veggie lasagna, the one with the cream sauce. I don't think your pouch can handle the acid from a tomato sauce. Or maybe a chicken alfredo from the prepared meals area. You could add some extra cheese.

CENTURY CLUB MEMBER at 6 months post-op.

Referral to Guelph Feb/13, Sleep study and all bloodwork and ultrasound May/13, orientation July/13. Nurse, NUT,SW Sept/13, 2nd NUT, nurse and SW, 3rd round and cleared for surgery Dec/13. Pre-op Apr 7/14, Surgeon May 2/14, Opti Jul 3/14, surgery Jul 17/14.

Meggles07
on 2/8/18 8:36 am - Canada

I feel like a sicky broken record lol. I'm sure everyone is tired of listening to me. I have tried WLS friendly things, non friendly things, crackers, soup, real food... I can eat something for one meal and be fine and then not tolerate it the next.

crqvingchange
on 2/8/18 9:41 am

No one is tired of listening to you, you are not a broken record. We are worried about you. I'm hoping that the morning sickness finishes soon. It's OK if you can only eat something for one meal. at least you are eating something. Give the rest to your hubby. Tell him to take one for the team.

CENTURY CLUB MEMBER at 6 months post-op.

Referral to Guelph Feb/13, Sleep study and all bloodwork and ultrasound May/13, orientation July/13. Nurse, NUT,SW Sept/13, 2nd NUT, nurse and SW, 3rd round and cleared for surgery Dec/13. Pre-op Apr 7/14, Surgeon May 2/14, Opti Jul 3/14, surgery Jul 17/14.

Meggles07
on 2/8/18 9:44 am - Canada

No one seems to be real sure how much is morning sickness and how much is residual stomach virus. DH has been good about using up food I can't eat. I told him he is not allowed to bring any more germs home from work -- in fact he can take some back ;)

Linda M.
on 2/8/18 7:35 am - Orillia, Canada

Good morning everyone,

Finishing up my homemade chili then concentrating on protein and high protein dairy to see if things work better, as suggested by CC. The benefits of posting on O.H.

B - Premier protein shake

S - Turkey pepperette

L - 1/2 cup homemade chili and Armstrong cheese stick

S - Turkey pepperette

D - Baked salmon, green beans with shredded parmesan

S - 6 oz. Skyr yogurt with fresh strawberries

Calories: 781, Protein: 96, Carbs: 41. All water and vitamins.

Orientation: June 29th, 2016, Surgery March 22, 2017. Pre-surgery: 16 lbs, (Size 2x, 18/20), M1: 19 lbs. (Size 1x, 16/18), M2: 13 lbs. (Size 16, XL) M3: 10 lbs. (Size 14/16, large). M4: 6 lbs. (Size 14, large/medium). M5: 10 lbs. (Size 14, solid medium - lol), M6: 9 lbs. (Size 12, medium). M7: 8 lbs. (Size 10/12 and small/medium). M8: 7 lbs. (Size 10 and small/medium). M9: 2 lbs. (Size 8/10 - small/medium). Lost 100 lbs by Month 9! M10: 5 lbs. M11: 4 lbs. One year: 6 lbs. Total 111 lbs. lost!

crqvingchange
on 2/8/18 7:39 am

Nice numbers Linda. What, no coffee this morning? ;)

CENTURY CLUB MEMBER at 6 months post-op.

Referral to Guelph Feb/13, Sleep study and all bloodwork and ultrasound May/13, orientation July/13. Nurse, NUT,SW Sept/13, 2nd NUT, nurse and SW, 3rd round and cleared for surgery Dec/13. Pre-op Apr 7/14, Surgeon May 2/14, Opti Jul 3/14, surgery Jul 17/14.

Linda M.
on 2/8/18 9:39 am - Orillia, Canada

Yes, many tributaries.

Orientation: June 29th, 2016, Surgery March 22, 2017. Pre-surgery: 16 lbs, (Size 2x, 18/20), M1: 19 lbs. (Size 1x, 16/18), M2: 13 lbs. (Size 16, XL) M3: 10 lbs. (Size 14/16, large). M4: 6 lbs. (Size 14, large/medium). M5: 10 lbs. (Size 14, solid medium - lol), M6: 9 lbs. (Size 12, medium). M7: 8 lbs. (Size 10/12 and small/medium). M8: 7 lbs. (Size 10 and small/medium). M9: 2 lbs. (Size 8/10 - small/medium). Lost 100 lbs by Month 9! M10: 5 lbs. M11: 4 lbs. One year: 6 lbs. Total 111 lbs. lost!

crqvingchange
on 2/8/18 9:42 am

CENTURY CLUB MEMBER at 6 months post-op.

Referral to Guelph Feb/13, Sleep study and all bloodwork and ultrasound May/13, orientation July/13. Nurse, NUT,SW Sept/13, 2nd NUT, nurse and SW, 3rd round and cleared for surgery Dec/13. Pre-op Apr 7/14, Surgeon May 2/14, Opti Jul 3/14, surgery Jul 17/14.

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