Project Tamara: Food Logs March 26 – April 2, 2011

Project Tamara: Food Logs March 26 – April 2, 2011

Project Tamara: Food Logs

Project Tamara: Food Logs

So we start another week of Project Tamara: Food Logs for the week of March 26 – April 2, 2011. If you have not been following please check out the inital post about Project Tamara just a  few post ago.

Sunday March 26 2011 “Free Day

8:00 Breakfast

  • Protein powder – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1 tbsp. – 95 Calories
  • 1% Milk – 1 cup – 120 Calories

1:30 Lunch

  • Double Double In-n-Out Burger – 670 Calories
  • French fries – 395 Calories
  • Strawberry milk shake – 590 Calories

9:00 Dinner

  • Pepperoni pizza – 3 slices – 1020 Calories

Total Calories – 3,040, Water – 80 oz., Exercise – None

Tamara notes: Had to be at church most of the day and night.

Monday 3-27-11

Breakfast

  • Protein Powder – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Peanut Butter – 2 tbsp. – 90 Calories
  • Water – 10 oz. 0 calories

Snack

  • Raisins – 1oz – 86 Calories
  • Almonds – 1 oz. – 160 Calories
  • Water  – 60 oz. 0 Calories

Lunch

  • Italian Dressing – 1 tbsp. – 15 Calories
  • Chicken breast – 3 oz. – 75 Calories
  • Brown rice pasta – 2 oz. – 210 Calories
  • Alfredo sauce – ¼ cup –  60 Calories
  • Spinach -1 cup – 15 calories

Snack

  • Peanut butter – 2 tbsp. – 90 Calories
  • Celery – 3 stalks – 14 Calories
  • Water – 40 oz.

Dinner

  • Chicken Breast – 3 oz. – 75 Calories
  • Whole wheat tortilla -1- 150 Calories
  • Onions & Bell Peppers – ½ cup – 13 Calories
  • Salsa – 1 tbsp. – 3 Calories
  • Cheese – 1/8 cup – 55 Calories

Snack

  • Protein Powder – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Strawberries – 6 – 25 Calories
  • Banana – 1 – 105 Calories

Total Calories Today = 1621

Workout Notes: 120 oz. water, F.I.I.T. Camp (Boot Camp) Weight = 311.6, Water = 27%

This is a good day on all fronts; just make sure you are getting your rest in. You cannot grow, lose weight, and get stronger without rest!

Project Tamara: Food Logs March 26 – April 2, 2011

Tuesday 3-29-11

8:45 Breakfast

  • Protein powder – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1 tbsp. – 45 Calories
  • Milk 1% – 10 oz. – 130 Calories

10:30 Snack

  • Almonds – 1 oz. – 160 Calories
  • Strawberries – 1 ½ cup – 75 Calories

12:45 Lunch

  • B.L.T. Wrap ?
  • Turkey Bacon – 3 slices – 105 Calories
  • Sliced tomato – 3 slices – 5 Calories
  • Lettuce
  • Reduced fat mayo – 1 tbsp.

3:45 Snack

  • String cheese -1 – 80 Calories
  • Celery – ½ cup – 10 Calories
  • Carrots – 1 cup – 70 Calories

6:30 Dinner

  • Cilantro Burrito
  • Chicken Breast – 3 oz – 80 Calories
  • Fresh Cilantro – 2 tbsp. – 0 Calories
  • Whole wheat tortilla – 2- 300 Calories
  • Onion & Bell peppers -1 cup. – 26 Calories
  • Fat-free sour cream – 1 tbsp – 25 Calories
  • Fresh salsa – 2 tbsp – 10 Calories

10:00 Snack

  • Protein powder -1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Banana -1- 105 Calories
  • Strawberries – 6 – 50 Calories
  • Milk 1% – 10 oz. – 130 Calories

Total Calories: 1736

Weight: 310.4

Workout Notes: 90 min total: 30 min – cardio, 30 min resistance lower body, 30 min core, abs, stretching.

Wednesday 3-30-11

9:00 Breakfast

  • Protein powder – 140 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1 tbsp. – 95 Calories
  • Milk 1% – 10 oz. – 130 Calories

10:00 Snack

  • Roast beef – 3 oz. – 90 Calories
  • Ezekiel bread – 2 slices – 160 Calories
  • Mustard – 1 tbsp.
  • Milk 1% – 1 cup – 130 Calories
  • Apple – 1- 95 Calories

4:00 Snack

  • Deli sliced turkey – 2 oz.  – 60 Calories
  • Tangerine – 2 small – 80 Calories

5:30 Dinner

  • Sloppy Joe’s
  • Ground Turkey – 4 oz – 160 Calories
  • Red Onion – 1/8 cup – 6 Calories
  • Tomato Sauce – 2 oz. – 45 Calories
  • Ketchup – 1 oz. – 29 Calories
  • BBQ sauce – .5 oz – 12 Calories
  • Ezekiel bread – 2 slices – 160 Calories
  • Lettuce – 0 Calories

11:30 Snack

  • Reduced-fat Ice cream – 1 cup – 260 Calories
  • Peanut Butter – 1 tbsp.  – 95 Calories

Total Calories: 1847

Workout Notes: 40 min Cardio Max DVD by Biggest Loser, Water = 110 oz., Weight = 309.0

Thursday 3-31-11

Breakfast 9:00

  • Protein Powder – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1 tbsp. – 95 Calories
  • Milk 1% – 8 oz. – 130 Calories

10:30 Snack

  • Turkey Breast – 2 oz. – 77 Calories
  • Orange – 1- 45 Calories

1:30 Lunch

  • Turkey Breast – 3 oz. – 115 Calories
  • Whole wheat bread – 2 slices – 90 Calories
  • Tomato – 4 slices – 90 Calories
  • Mayo –light – 2 tbsp. 70 Calories
  • Strawberries – 1 cup – 46 Calories
  • Milk 1% – 1 cup – 130 Calories

4:00 Snack

  • Almonds – 1 oz. – 160 Calories
  • Raisins – 1 oz. – 85 Calories

7:30 Dinner

  • Chicken Quesadillas
  • Chicken Breast  – 3 oz. – 94 Calories
  • Onion & Peppers – ½ cup – 30 Calories
  • Shredded cheese – 1/8 cup – 55 Calories
  • Baby Spinach – ½ cup – 9 Calories
  • Wheat Tortilla -1- 150 Calories

10:45 Snack

  • Protein Shake – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1 tbsp. – 95 Calories
  • Milk 1% – 130 Calories

 

Total Calories: 1898

Friday 4-1-11

Breakfast 9:00

  • All Bran Cereal – 1 cup – 210 Calories
  • Strawberries – 1 cup
  • Milk 1% – 1 cup – 130 Calories
  • Whole wheat toast – 1 slice – 45 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1 tbsp. – 95 Calories

Lunch 2:00 – *Got caught taking kids to appointments*

  • Carl’s Jr. Turkey Burger -1- 480 Calories (1180MG Sodium!!!)
  • Diet Coke – 16 oz. – 0 Calories (Contains Aspartame!!!)

4:00 Snack

  • V8 – Low sodium – 6 oz – 30 Calories
  • Celery

6:30 Dinner

  • Cilantro burrito
  • Chicken Breast – 4 oz. – 110 Calories
  • Whole wheat tortilla – (2) 6” – 30
  • Onions & Peppers – ½ cup -30 Calories
  • Shredded cheese – 1/3 cup – 110 Calories

10:30 Snack

  • Protein powder -1 scoop – 240 Calories
  • Banana -1- 110 Calories
  • Strawberries -1 cup – 46 Calories

Total Calories: 1602

Weight: 309.2

Saturday 4-2-11

10:15 Breakfast

  • Protein Powder – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Milk 1% – 8 oz. – 130 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1tbsp. – 95 Calories

11:45 Snack

  • Almonds – 1 oz. – 160 Calories
  • Raisins – 1oz. – 85 Calories

2:30 Lunch

  • Turkey breast – 2 oz. – 115 Calories
  • Ezekiel Bread – 2 slices – 160 Calories
  • Apple -1- 45 Calories
  • Reduced fat Mayo – 2 tbsp. – 70 Calories

6:00 Snack

  • Almonds – 1 oz. – 160 Calories
  • Black berries – 1 ½ cup – 93 Calories

7:30 Dinner

  • Corn tortilla  – 2- 120 Calories
  • Shredded cheese – 1/3 cup – 110 Calories
  • Chicken breast  – 4 oz. – 110 Calories
  • Onion & Peppers  – ¼ cup – 20 Calories
  • Fat-free sour cream – 2 tbsp.  – 20 Calories

10:00 Snack

  • Protein Powder – 1 scoop – 140 Calories
  • Peanut butter – 1 tbsp. – 95 Calories

Workout Notes: 20 min walk.

Weight: 308.8

Saturday Measurements:

Neck: 15.5

Chest: 51.6

Right

Arm: 21.6, Forearm:13.5, Wrist: 7.4

Left

Arm:20.6, Forearm:13.6, Wrist:7.4

Waist: 46

Hips: 54

Butt:54.2

Right

Quad:35.2 ,Calf:20.6

Left

Quad:34.3 ,Calf: 20.3

Project Tamara: Food Logs March 26 – April 2, 2011

Although Tamara’s weight didn’t go down this week, one whole inch each came off her waist, hips, butt, and chest, which is ginormous. We also changed Tamara’s “Free Day” to half a free day, and we are keeping track of her calories to the letter of the law. For this week her goal is four pounds, which will bring her down to 304.4 and out of the 300’s by the following week.

The plan Tamara is on has now cleared her body of a lot of the nasty chemicals that were trapped inside her and her migraine headaches have basically ceased to exist. One of the biggest things we are trying to get rid of is the emotional dependency upon food. For Tamara and millions of people worldwide, food has become an emotional escape, much like some people use drugs, sex or anger. Since in the words of Bill Phillips “You are not going to win a food fight,” I am teaching her how to deal with food on an emotional level and how to say “No” to random cravings. Week by week she is learning. I suspect this coming week will be good and she will have some serious breakthroughs.

This has been Project Tamara: Food Logs for the week of March 26 – April 2, 2011.

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