1300 Calories Plan: Day 32 of 90

April 7, 2011 | Goal 110 lb. by June 5, 2011

What a busy day. Perhaps because of that I don’t have time to munch on stuff. I was speaking at eWomenNetwork today and their Asian Chicken Salad was great, but I was good, I only eat about 3 oz of chicken breast plus 8 pieces of tangerine. I was good!

I was a bit disappointment when I woke up on this Thursday morning, I weight in just about 116. That means I only lost about just 1 lb this week. I really can’t eat less than 900 calories a day. I think 1000 calories are a good limit to have.

My dear friend Nancy White who sell a mineral base products, she has some kind of shake that she gave me samples last year. Each packet is about 240 calories as a complete meal. Well, as I start travel more, perhaps that will be my option. Although I still like to eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Well, we’ll have to come up with some alternatives.

Here is today’s menu Daily Calories            723

Breakfast    1 Cup    5:10 am 1 cup Skim Milk    80
1    Egg (Boil)    80
1/2 Cup    Plan Low Fat yogurt     75
1/2 Cup    BLUEBERRIES, RAW    40
Lunch    3 Oz    Chichken Breast    150
Snack    1    Grapes    45
Dinner    1 Cup    Garbanzo Beans + Red Peper + Onion + Romain (raw)    118
2 Cups    Romaine    40
1    Plum    35
Snack    1    Orange    60


About Chia-Li Chien, PhD candidate, CFP®, PMP®

Chia-Li Chien, PhD candidate, CFP®, PMP®; Chia-Li “like JOLLY,” Succession Strategist of Value Growth Institute, dedicated to helping private business owners increase their company equity value. She is the award-winning author of the books Show Me The Money and Work toward Reward. Chia-Li is an Instructor & CFP® Program Director at Ball State University and Adjunct Faculty of the American Management Association. Her blog and newsletter were named a Top Small Business Resource by the New York Times You’re the Boss blog. Schedule your appointment today! http://valuegrowthinstitute.com/index.php/Sch-Appointment
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