8/2/13 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Sunday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 2. August 2012 21:28

I had a friend ask me recently where do I get all the foods I mentioned in my blogs? 

I try to make sure I get as many fresh fruits and vegetables as I can.  But, trust me, I realize that if you work, cutting up and cooking veggies for dinner is not the easiest task.  This is honestly why I do so many salads (other than that I love them!).  Salads are quick, easy, and simple.  I'm sure that is what many of you are looking for as well - especially if you work and have children.  

Organic Section:


  • Cedarlane Bean and Cheese Burrito's 
  • Kashi Waffles
  • Nature's Best Fat-free Milk
  • Gardenburger's


Pasta/Italian Aisle:


  • Parmesan Alfredo Light Sauce
  • Active Lifestyle Pata
  • Healthy Ones Whole Wheat Pasta


Pancake Aisle:


  • Sugar-free Syrup
  • Fiber One Pancakes


 Frozen Food Section:


  • Morning Star Brand Foods 
  • Steamable Veggie's 
  • Michelina's Lean Gourmet Products


More questions on where I get the foods I purchase?  Just ask!  Tomorrow I will share one more reason for you to start losing weight (other than the obvious!). 

Weight -  117.8 lbs.

Exercise - None 


Breakfast - 

100 calorie whole wheat English Muffin

1/4 cup Break-free Eggs

1 Morning Star Veggie Sausage


1/2 cup fat-free organic milk

Lunch - 

Cauliflower and Broccoli

2 tbsp. fat-free ranch

Jenny Craig Turkey Club Panini (240 cal, 7g fat)

6 oz. Yoplait Yogurt

sugar-free jello

Snack - 


Dinner - 

DINED OUT (Geez, we have been dining out a lot lately!  This is not typical for us!! We have had a lot of social obligations recently.)

Spinach Salad (Egg, sprinkling of bacon, pretzel croutons, peppers, and onions)

**No dressing because they did not have light 

Snack - 

100 calorie pack

1 tbsp. light peanut butter

**I ate this when I got home because I needed an additional fat for the day due to not having a light dressing or margarine with dinner. 



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Katie's Healthy Eating

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Sue Yux
Sue Yux
8/3/2013 3:36:12 PM #

I have been reading this healthblog regularly during my lunch at work.  I find it motivating to continue my commitment to eating foods that not only will not cause weight gain, but that will also improve my physical and mental health.  I am 53 years old and currently experiencing the symptoms of menopause - I can testify that eating nutritious foods helps manage mood and physical symptoms associated with menopause.  I really find it helpul to know the tips of brand names of certain foods that I want to include in my diet to maximize my health.  Thanks!!

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