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How I ate and exercised

Suddenly remembering that I got in the best shape of my life without changing my eating at all: Just by exercising a day. Makes a huge difference. This time: Trying both.

Daily Summary
Thursday Jun 20, 2013
Daily Summary for Jun 20, 2013
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Daily Calories
600
1200
1800
2400
Daily calorie budget
2,611
Food calories consumed
2,489
Exercise calories burned
646
Net calories so far today
1,843
I can eat 768 more calories today
Meal Calories
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Snacks
BreakfastLunchDinnerSnacks
20.5%17.2%23.2%39.1%
Today's Log
Breakfast: 509
Bagel, Everything
1 Each
270
Tomatoes, Fresh, Med
1/2 Each
11
Cream Cheese
4 Tablespoons
198
Iced Coffee, Small, With Milk
1 Each
30
Lunch: 427
Lettuce, Green Leaf, Shredded
3 Cups
16
Chicken Breast, Skinless, Cooked
1 1/2 Each
213
Tomatoes, Fresh, Med
1/2 Each
11
Cucumber, Sliced
6 Slices
5
Dressing, Caesar
2 Tablespoons
150
Onion, White, Chopped
1/2 Cup
32
Dinner: 579
Rice, Brown, Medium Grain, Cooked
2 Cups
437
Chicken Breast, Skinless, Cooked
1 Each
142
Sauce, Siracha, Hot Chili
2 Tablespoons
0
Snacks: 974
Blueberries
1/2 Cup
42
Blackberries
1/2 Cup
31
Mango, Slices
1 Cup
107
Strawberries, Sliced
1/2 Cup
27
Raspberries
1/2 Cup
32
Sandwich, Chicken Teriyaki
1 Each
380
Lettuce, 6" Portion
1 Each
0
Tomatoes, 6" Portion
1 Each
5
Pickles, 6" Portion
1 Each
0
Bread, Honey Oat, 6"
1 Each
260
Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches
1 Each
90
Exercise: 646
Walking
2 mph
30 Min
117
Walking
2 mph
35 Min
137
Elliptical
Light
30 Min
391

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