THE HART-SERIES: January 15, 2008

January 20, 2008 by  
Filed under OBESITY

Day Fourteen watching my weight ..

Coffee – 1 point
4 Weight Watchers Whole Wheat toast, with Peanut Butter – 5 points
Melba toast, pack of 8 – 2 points
Nutrigrain Sweet & Salty Bar – 3 points
Organic Salad with red and Green Peppers, and spritz dressings – 2 point
4 Weight Watcher bread, with 100g shaved Turkey with Mayo sandwiches – 6 points
Bowl of cereal, dry as snack food – 4 points

>> Total points – 23 points, under
>> still no splurge points available this week

Hey! Have you tried the Weight Watcher’s Bread yet? Actually .. I was curious what it was like, but basically – it’s half size bread that’s half as thick. So, 2 slices is 1 point. I find I can use less peanut butter and you don’t need as much meats, etc (or else the bread will fall apart).

Picture of my Dinner


THE HART-SERIES: January 5, 2008

January 7, 2008 by  
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Day Four

Coffee – 1 point
2 shots Whiskey – 4 points
Toasted Turkey Sandwich 100g on wholewheat with Mayo Lite – 5 points
2 Toast on wholewheat with Peanut Butter – 4 points
Perkins Restaurant – Country Skillet, with side of pancakes – 20 points estimate
Perkins Restaurant – scoop of ice cream with chocolate syrop – 8 points estimate

>> total 42 points >> over by 10 points
>> 22 weekly splurge points remain

I was feeling sickly today, but the family got together with my Father-In-Law and we took him out for dinner. I wish Perkins Restaurant had better nutritional information online – but, they don’t. The skillet had scrambled eggs, sausages, hash browns, hollaindaise sauce, ham, peppers, etc .. with a side of 3 pocket pancakes instead of toast.

Picture of my lunch


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