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emmabelle47

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  1. Back when this plan first came out, there was a complete list of foods you could eat on this plan. I found this list but it was done in 2005. Is there an updated version of this list? I've been off track for about 2 years and need to jump back on and was hoping to find an updated version to get started with. Thanks!
  2. Yeah, I read about the WW e-tools but I would like something downloaded onto my BB. Something that's free, or is a one-time fee. Not monthly- don't have the money for that! Someone should definately create a Diet Journal for BB (not refering to BB!) that would work!
  3. I was trying to start a thread dedicated to just Breakfast and Lunch ideas. Not general ideas, but exactly what you eat daily. I love reading everyone's daily menus, but sometimes I just want to look at other breakfast ideas when I get bored. So I started 2 threads in hopes of creating a printable master list that can help not only newbies, but everyone else too! Please check them out and add your ideas!! Thanks! http://www.healthdiscovery.net/forums/showthread.php?t=192292 http://www.healthdiscovery.net/forums/showthread.php?t=192290
  4. Okay, so no ideas for a journal, but there is a WWCalc out there for BB. I have that.... I will have to look for it and will post the link. But as for a journal, I really want one! I read a forum some where else where someone created their own WW journal and WW forced them to take it off because it incorporated the point system which is, of course, only for them to use. IMO, then they should create something for BB!!!!!!! Come on now, BB are getting very popular. But in the mean time, if someone happened to find (or make) something that would work, I'd love it if they sent it to me.........
  5. Not sure if this is a good place to post this, but I thought putting together a master list of meal ideas could be a good idea. We're starting a weightloss challenge at work and thought it would be cool to bring in lists of ideas separated by points. Not general ideas though, but what you actually eat, such as: 3 POINTS MorningStar Chicken Patty on Light English Muffin and 1/2 Can Progressive Soup FF Bolgna (2 Slices), 1 Cheese Slice, on Light Bread (2 Slices) Please Continue On!!
  6. Not sure if this is a good place to post this, but I thought putting together a master list of meal ideas could be a good idea. We're starting a weightloss challenge at work and thought it would be cool to bring in lists of ideas separated by points. Not general ideas though, but what you actually eat, such as: 2 POINTS WW Yogurt with 1/2 Cup Kashi Cereal 3 POINTS 1/2 Cup Oatmeal with 2 TBS PB2 1/2 Cup Oatmeal with 1/2 Cup Blueberries and Splenda Please Continue On!!!
  7. I've noticed that whether I eat cereal, oatmeal, or eggs with an english muffin I am still hungry within 2 to 3 hours. What does that mean??
  8. I would like to try to get more protein in my diet. I've noitced it keeps me fuller longer. Fiber really doesn't keep me full long and too much gets me gassy (sorry Fiber 1 bars!!). Anyway, anyone got any good protein filled product with not too many point. Such as, Kashi cereal is only 2 points for 1 cup, but its got like 12 grams of protein not to mention the milk. What do you got??
  9. I just received Hungry Girl's new e-mail that talks about the new Better'N Peanut Butter Chocolate flavor. I checked out their website and they even have some other flavors. I've been using PB2, which I love but sometimes I'm just too lazy to mix it up. I was wondering what everyone's reviews were on the Better'N Peanut Butter- including the other flavors. I don't think I can buy it in the stores anywhere up here in Northern Michigan so I want to know what people think before I order it online. Thanks!
  10. Thanks! I figured it wouldn't be too much. I add pumpkin in my oatmeal, but I needed some extra flavor- I thought Cheesecake would be awesome!
  11. Does anyone know, off-hand, how many points are in just the powder for SF FF Jello? I was thinking about mixing some in with my oatmeal in the morning for some new flavors, but was wondering if I could use some without counting any points. Thanks!
  12. I was thinking about grilling up some Shrimp to throw on some spinach instead of a Chicken salad. I am usually pretty picky about my dressing and really only use Ranch and sometimes Italian. What would taste good with shrimp? What else would taste good with the shrimp and spinach? Or does anyone have a good recipe?
  13. Does anyone here order from Schwann's? If so, what do you like? I saw they had a LF Stuffed Chicken Breast that was only 3 points!! Haven't ordered from them in a while, but I'm just looking for some new ideas.
  14. Okay, tried this tonight and have some comments: 1. Okay, the serving size can't be 1 cup because there is more than 4 cups in the whole thing- I'm guessing more like 6-8 cups. I'll have to see if I can find where it was actually printed. 2. I really loved the taste, but I would have liked it thicker. If you make your own mashed potatoes, they will probably be denser, so it may be thicker. Or maybe not put in the whole can of broth..... Otherwise, I can actually say I would recommend this.
  15. I am a Pampered Chef consultant and I found this recipe I'm trying tonight. I think it came out to 3 points per serving, which I believe was a 1 cup serving. If anyone thinks this is wrong, let me know. Smashed Potato Soup 1/2 cup coarsely chopped carrot 1/2 cup coarsely chopped celery 1 (1 lb, 4 oz) pkg refrigerated mashed potatoes 1 (14 1/2 oz) can 99% fat -free chicken broth 1/2 cup fat-free milk 1 garlic clove, pressed 1/4 tsp salt 1/8 tsp ground black pepper 1/2 cup reduced-fat sour cream 2 Tbls snipped fresh parsley Optional toppings: sliced green onions, reduced -fat shredded cheddar cheese and crisply cooked, crumbled turkey bacon 1. Coarsely chop carrot and celery usin g Food Chopper. Place mashed potatoes in Medium (3 qt) Saucepan. Gradually add broth and milk, whisking until mixture is smooth using Nylon Spiral Whisk. Stir in carrot, celery, garlic pressed with Garlic Press, salt and black pepper. Bring to a boil; reduce heat. Simmer, uncovered, 10 minutes. 2. Remove from heat; stir in sour cream and parsley. Ladle soup into bowls; top with desired toppings. Makes 4 servings.
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