IT IS ON!!!
Well, almost. We are still anxiously awaiting the initial weigh-in from Shonnie. Oh wait, she just posted.
FINAL NOTICE – Even though I said today was the last day, I think I will extend the deadline to enter. If anyone else out there wants to join in on the FUN (PAIN), you have until August 1.
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Whoops! Sorry Abbie, I got the name fixed. I forgot to change it in the spreadsheet and reposted the wrong name. 😀
How is that for perfect timing? I had no idea that the Olympics started today!!! Inspiration for all of us!!!
I’m taking the gold medal! 😛
If I can keep up that pace I will mop the floor with all of you. 😛
Breakfast – Pork loin and cheese
Lunch – Chipotle Caesar Salad
Dinner – Baked Chicken
Snack – Too Much Fruit
Calories – 1650
I continued to pound down the fruit to boost my immune system. Last night I was MISERABLE, but I think I am finally over the hump. I felt fine all day, stopped coughing and blowing my nose every 3 seconds.
The first hurdle today was of course the DONUTS BOMBARDMENT!
Bear claws as big as a Frisbee. 4 giant boxes full of all sorts of evil donuts including my nemesis, the cake donuts! This stinking temptation was with me all day. At closing time, there were still 5 donuts left.
I was in charge of hosting a Webinar over lunch. I thought a salad would be the best item to order on the menu. Silly Rabbit…..
I was way wrong about that. I ordered a Chipotle Caesar Salad. After lunch I looked up the nutritional information. I picked the absolute worst item on the menu. The wraps had less than half the calories of the salad. Shame on Roly Poly
for listing the nutritional information for the salad dressing on a separate page from the actual salads. Shame Shame Shame.
The salad was 530 calories and it appears the 2 giant tubs of dressing were probably around 360. I thought I was eating a healthy meal, but instead I tore up 900 calories with over 1200 mgs of sodium.
Tip Of The Day
Beware. Some items that are normally healthy, are juiced up calories and sodium when you get them at a restaurant. If the menu doesn’t list the item as a “Healthy Choice” then chances are, it isn’t one.
Try to steer your restaurant trips to places with verifiable healthy options. Check online menus before heading out.
Happy Dieting, see you tomorrow