Sunday, Feb 10th – Wrapping Up Another Week

I am really looking forward to this week as I power trough my workout will the extra weights that I bought yesterday.Β  I am putting up this Daily Food Log early so I can have my right shoulder massaged by my wife and then I am going to get to sleep at 8pm sharp.

Breakfast – oatmeal, whey, peanut butter & hot low-fat milk

Snack 1 – nothing

Lunch – Two slices of whole meal bread, 1 egg, mayo & a thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 2 – a handful of nuts

Dinner – omelet; 3 eggs, a handful of mushrooms, 1 chicken breast & and thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 3 – 2 star fruit

Drink – 3 liters of water

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Saturday, Feb 9th – Feasting Fine

Breakfast – oatmeal, whey, peanut butter & hot low-fat milk

Snack 1 – a handful of peanuts

Lunch – Two slices of whole meal bread, 1 chicken breast, mayo & a thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 2 – whey shake

Dinner – homemade chicken soup (on the bone) with a carrots and broccoli

Snack 3 – mixed raw vegetables (carrots, peppers, lettuce & cucumber) and a dollop of mayonnaise

Drink – 2.5 liters of water

Friday, Feb 8th – Tuna Fusion Roll Enjoyed Immensely

Breakfast – oatmeal, whey & hot low-fat milk

Snack 1 – Table spoonful of peanut butter & an apple

Lunch – Tuna Fusion Roll (Susi – this is my free, anything I want meal for this week)

Snack 2 – whey shake

Dinner – Two slices of whole meal bread, 2 eggs, mayo & a thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 3 – a handful of nuts & a low-fat yogurt

Drink – 2.5 liters of water

Thursday, Feb 7th – Magic Water

I forgot to put what I am drinking on my daily food log, I have made a promise to go T-total for the first 8 weeks of my new lifestyle and I have also eliminated soft drinks, coffee and tea (also because I have a peptic ulcer).

Breakfast – oatmeal, whey, peanut butter & hot low-fat milk

Snack 1 – low-fat blueberry yogurt

Lunch – Two slices of whole meal bread, chicken breast, mayo & a thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 2 – apple & a handful of nuts

Dinner – grilled pork & mixed vegetables with olive oil

Snack 3 – mixed raw vegetables (carrots, peppers, lettuce & cucumber) and a dollop of mayonnaise

Drink – 2.5 liters of water

Sunday, Feb 3rd – Slow Sunday

I am really looking forward to my workout tomorrow that today feels so slow!

Breakfast – oatmeal, whey, peanut butter & hot low-fat milk

Snack 1 – low-fat chocolate milk

Lunch – Two slices of whole meal bread, tuna, mayo & a thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 2 – whey shake

Dinner – half a grilled chicken and a green leafy vegetable mix

Snack 3 – low-fat blueberry yogurt

Sunday, Jan 27th – Poor Daniel

My eating schedule was a little off today as my wee boy is sick. Yep little Daniel has a cold and some top teeth coming through. So I have bells and baby’s yells in my head. The poor little fella seems to be getting better though. Let’s hope and pray that tomorrow he’ll be better.

Breakfast – oatmeal, peanut butter & hot low-fat milk

Snack 1 – nothing

Lunch – two slices of whole meal bread, 2 eggs, a table spoonful of mayo & a thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 2 – low-fat strawberry yogurt

Dinner – ayam kecap (chicken on the bone cooked in a soy sauce) with a big vegetable mix

Snack 3 – star fruit x2

Tuesday 22nd – And Another Day Goes By…..

Now I know what some of you are thinking, why the heck does he eat near enough the same stuff every day….. and that is a good and valid question.Β  ANSWER: I am currently living in Indonesia, Indonesia was built using rice and noodles (a big no no for me).Β  Most of the food on my Daily Food Log is not expensive, but here in Indonesia it is expensive.

Breakfast – oatmeal, peanut butter, hot low-fat milk

Snack 1 – raw carrots

Lunch – two slices of wholemeal bread, 1 breast of chicken, table spoonful of mayo & a thin-cut slice of cheese

Snack 2 – apple

Dinner – homemade chicken soup (on the bone and very dead)

Snake 3 – oatmeal & hot low-fat milk