1300 Calories Plan: Day 44 of 90

April 19, 2011 | Goal 110 lb. by June 5, 2011

I skipped milk this morning, thinking I can have something else.  Oh well as you can see the menu, I am cutting very close. The tuna salad for lunch and dinner that takes up a lot of calories. Plus I still want my almond nuts, they are so good. I just bake them the past Sunday.

I don’t feel as hungry as before and believed that this is the point that the weight may not go further down. There is only so much you can do for the food. You see, if I do beans for lunch, then there is some calories to be saved. But I just want tuna today for two meals.

I also cook Garbanzo beans, and will mix them with onion, pepper, carrots and celery tomorrow.  They are incredible sweet. I soaked them over night and get them in the steam cooker to steam twice. The juice is very sweet plus the Garbanzo beans have a special taste to it. I love it, can’t wait to mix other ingredients.

Today’s Menu Daily Calories            996

Breakfast
1    Egg    80
1 Cup    Plan Low Fat yogurt     100
1 cup    Stawberry    45
Snack
Lunch    1 Cup    Tuna Salad    216
2    CAULIFLOWER, COOKED FROM RAW    60

Snack
Dinner    1 Cup    Tuna Salad    216
2    CAULIFLOWER, COOKED FROM RAW    60
1 Cup    Grapes    53
Snack    1    Orange    60
30    Almonds    106

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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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