11/28/15 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Monday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 28. November 2014 19:36

I'm pretty excited - I can eat low-fat peanut butter on maintenance!  Before JC said a serving size of low-fat peanut butter was a fat but I thought I could only have one a day so I had my light dressing on my salad.  Now that I can have three total I feel like I'm getting crazy!  I had margarine on brussel sprouts for lunch and 2 tsp. of low-fat peanut butter on my toasted 100 cal whole wheat bagel for lunch - DELICIOUS!  There's just so much more to choose from this time around.  I always thought even low-fat peanut butter was too high in calories, fat, and sugar but that's for 2 TABLESPOONS.  1 fat actually equal 2 TEASPOONS which seems like hardly any but you can get it to spread over both sides of your bagel.  Having it cut down to 2 teaspoons is really only 2g fat and just about 60 calories with maybe only 1 g or less of sugar.  AWESOME!  I've had peanut butter for the past two days and it also helps me to feel full. 

Breakfast -

1/4 cup Break-free egg, 1 oz. turkey sausage, 2 slices of 40 cal bread

Banana

1 cup coffee with 2 tsp. fat-free creamer

Snack -

JC Anytime Bar

Lunch -

100 cal bagel with 2 tsp. low-fat peanut butter

Low-fat mozzerella cheese stick

Brussel sprouts with 1 tbsp. margarine

Snack -

3/4 cup pineapple

Dinner -

2 oz. chicken in red hot with tomatoes and lettuce on a tortilla with 1/4 cup fat-free mozzerella

Salad (mixed greens, peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms) 2 tbsp. light ranch

Snack -

JC Triple Chocolate Cheesecake

 

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