Breakfast: 3/4 cup Special K and a banana.
Snack: Fat free yogurt
Lunch: 1 piece of 100% whole wheat toast with 2 tablespoons peanut butter and a rice cake.
Snack: Orange and 1/2 of a clementine
Dinner: 6 inch turkey sub from Subway with no cheese and no dressing and a few pretzels.
How'd I do on my diet today? =]How did I do on day 2 of my diet?
Breakfast: Special K isn't very good for you, it has a lot of artificial ingredients and doesn't have whole grains. Also, there is a lot of added sugar in this cereal. Try cereal from Kashi, they are great! Banana is great!
Lunch: This isn't too much of a lunch, you should add some vegetables in your diet, unless the subway sandwich has veggies, you have none. Whole wheat toast is good, peanut butter is good, rice cake is ok.
Dinner: Sandwich is pretty good, it depends what type you had though, and you didn't mention that. A few pretzels are fine.
You need more veggies and I think you will be fine. I think the amount of calories is fine, I think it is over 1200, which is good.
Out of 10, I would give you an 8.
looks good to me (:How did I do on day 2 of my diet?
very good exept the lunch =[
its not a very good idea to have ALL those carbs in one sitting, with no fruits or veggies. a better choice is to have a salad and that rice cake!
hope i helped :p
p.s= everything else was fine
Sounds healthy, maybe a couple more veggies? :)
Depends what kind of diet you're on, too...it's not good for a low GI diet, for example.
Looks pretty good, except that there might not be enough calories to keep you from getting hungry. You can lose one pound a week, as recommended by the experts, without feeling hungry.
Here are some links.
This web site from the National Institutes for Health has all the information you need to take charge of your weight: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/weigh鈥?/a>
Ideal body weight calculator for children and adults: http://pediatrics.about.com/cs/growthcha鈥?/a>
Body Mass Index calculator for children and adults: http://www.keepkidshealthy.com/welcome/b鈥?/a>
Here is a page that explains how to eat a balanced diet. Although this page is intended for diabetics, this is the same balanced diet that is recommended for everyone. http://diabetes.niddk.nih.gov/dm/pubs/ea鈥?/a>
It is wise to include exercise in your weight loss program. Your exercise should address all five aspects of physical fitness: aerobic endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body fat composition. This is an excellent site for exercise: http://www.ExRx.net