Draglist's Journal, 14 May 14

Evening weigh in of 206.4 pre-dinner but after three single malt scotches at happy hour. Ate a nice dinner and snack since I'm going to hop on the treadmill for an hour. The extra workout gave me a lot of calories to work with. Today's calorie deficit is 1005 based on the body fat reading. Let's see what the weight is in the morning.

PS. Added two tablespoons of Hershey's Cocoa to my frozen banana treat tonight and it was heaven. I'm telling you... basically LOW calorie ice cream, whenever you want it! Just freeze some bananas and go for it! See yesterday's journal for the simple recipe.

Here are the 5/14/14 Tanita Numbers (pre-dinner):

Weight - 206.4
Goal Weight (10% BF) - 193.8
Total body fat % - 15.5
Total body fat lbs. - 32.0
Total body water % - 61.2
Visceral fat rating - 9
Muscle mass lbs. - 165.8
Physique rating - 6
Bone mass lbs. - 8.6
Daily calories: 4075 (RDI 2289)
Metabolic age - 22

If It Fits Your Macros numbers (macro numbers in grams, rounded):
Today targets: 80 fat, 180 carbs, 42-53 fiber, 177 protein, 2148 cals
Today ate: 61 fat, 190 carbs, 47 fiber, 189 protein, 2148 cals (3157 used, 1009 deficit)
Running avg: 65 fat, 144 carbs, 168 protein, 1807 cals (2837 used, 1030 deficit)
93.6 kg Lost so far: 53.8 kg.    Still to go: 0.6 kg.    Diet followed: 100%.

View Diet Calendar, 14 May 2014:
2148 kcal Fat: 61.02g | Prot: 189.39g | Carbs: 191.00g.   Breakfast: Organic India Whole Husk Psyllium, Lucerne 2% Low Fat Cottage Cheese, Navitas Naturals Organic Raw Chia Seeds, Now Real Food Golden Flax Seeds. Lunch: Cucumber (with Peel), Monster Beverage Zero Ultra. Dinner: Ry Krisp Sesame Crackers, Avocados, Pears, Trader Joe's Organic Raw Walnut Halves & Pieces, Dannon Oikos Greek Nonfat Yogurt - Plain. Snacks/Other: Member's Mark Omega 3 Fish Oil (1000 mg), One A Day Men's Health Formula Multivitamin Supplement, Red Lobster Single Malt Scotches, Hershey's Natural Unsweetened Cocoa, Syntrax Matrix 2.0 Cookies Cream, Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Unsweetened Vanilla Milk, Kale, Bananas, Pure Protein Chocolate Deluxe High Protein Bar (Small), Syntrax Nectar Fuzzy Navel Whey Protein Isolate. more...
3162 kcal Exercise: Walking (brisk) - 4/mph - 1 hour and 40 minutes, Walking (moderate) - 3/mph - 55 minutes, Sleeping - 6 hours and 9 minutes, Resting - 15 hours and 16 minutes. more...
Gaining 2.1 kg a Week

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Ok, I'm going to try that banana treat recipe 
14 May 14 by member: jmb3450
It's freaking awesome, JMB! 
14 May 14 by member: Draglist
Yep it is. Bananas are so high carb though - just saying. Could you cut it to one banana and add an avocado for the good fat? I've blended that together - banana, avocado and cacao powder. Mmmm You can't taste the avocado at all.  
15 May 14 by member: sarahsmum
Sounds great. I will check that out. Got nuthin' but time to experiment! 
15 May 14 by member: Draglist
Avocados are great for smoothie type things. I got a Ninja blending system last December and have used it to make some good stuff....there's an avocado chocolate pudding that's very good.  
15 May 14 by member: jmb3450
Ninja's and frozen bananas are a match made in heaven ;-) Most of the time I use half a banana then add other fruits or veggies. The banana seems to be key though to get the creaminess factor.  
15 May 14 by member: Vickie 5966
I love my Ninja. Use it everyday to make my own concoction of a breakfast smoothie, has about 330 calories, 28g protein, 12g fiber and lots of good nutrients, keeps me satisfied until lunch. I try to vary the ingredients, sometimes it gets half a banana in it. 
15 May 14 by member: jmb3450
I buy bananas when they are on sale. Blend them up and freeze the mush in 3 oz dixie cups then toss in a freezer bag. Great for morning smoothies, snacks whatever. Actually do that with lots of fruits, works great for leftover fruit salad that you know won't keep long.  
15 May 14 by member: wholefoodnut
I totally agree with all! I enjoy the brozen berries, too, although they result in more of a sorbet, which is to be expected. But the bananas give you that feeling of eating real ice cream. I'm going to try them without putting in the small amount of almond milk I have been using. Trying to get to a stiffer ice cream feeling. Right now, it's sort of like ice cream when it has sat out for a while... just about to melt. But just great stuff! 
15 May 14 by member: Draglist


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