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What I ate

Lunch was an abomination. The salad I list here isn't the actual "salad" I had, but it's the closest approximation I could find in the app. The restaurant itself (in Olathe, Kan.) didn't provide nutritional information. (Literally: The chimichanga my wife ordered had at least three times the lettuce my salad did.)

We're traveling. It's going to be difficult. Trying my best.

 

Daily Report for June 8, 2013

Daily Log
Breakfast408
Egg, Scrambled, Large2 Each204
Peppers, Bell, Yellow, Sweet, Large, 3.7in⅛ Each6
Onion, White, Chopped⅛ Cup8
Tomatoes, Fresh, Med¼ Each6
Cheese, American, Yellow, Slice½ Slice40
Pineapple, Chunks½ Cup41
Melon, Cantaloupe, Cubes½ Cup27
Melon, Honeydew, Balls½ Cup32
Oranges, Sections½ Cup42
Coffee, Brewed6 Fluid ounces2
Lunch1,300
Salad, Quesadilla Explosion, Chili's Grill & Bar1 Each1,300
Dinner185
Lettuce, Romaine, Shredded2 Cups16
Chicken Breast, Skinless, Cooked½ Each71
Peppers, Bell, Yellow, Sweet, Large, 3.7in¼ Each13
Cucumber, Sliced6 Slices5
Dressing, Poppyseed, Creamy, Salad Dressing1 Tablespoon80
Snacks445
Granola Bar Trail Mix Dark Choc & Nut, Nature Valley1 Serving140
Banana, Medium, 7" - 7 7/8" Long1 Each105
Cookies, Fig, 100% Whl Grain, Nabisco Newtons4 Pieces200

Nutrients
Fat122g46%
Carbohydrates223g37%
Protein101g17%

Summary
Food Calories2,337
Exercise Calories-
Net Calories2,337
+/- Calories-273

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