Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Getting my intake under control

In my latest attempt to get my eating under control I have decided to log my food again. Logging my food was crucial in my success of losing 100 pounds. I lost the first 90 pounds in the first year and then have lost 20 and gained 10 back over the past 11 months. But now that I am approaching my two year anniversary (10/25) I think it is time to take it serious again. My problem is usually at night especially if I do not get to work out that night. The plan is to log ALL food on http://www.calorieking.com/ and copy it to my blog here.

Why?

Well I think there will be a certain amount of accountability by posting it here, and also if it goes well and the weight goes in the right direction maybe it could help others. You will see that my breakfast and lunch will be basically the same Monday thru Friday, yes that is boring but it is easy. I have added this week the Morning Snack of an uncrustable to hopefully to keep the metabolism working during the day and hopefully the added calories during the day will stop me from eating double that at night.

Well it will be a work in progress and it may change as I see fit. But I need to do something.

Diary Food and Exercise Report

This report was generated by the CalorieKing.com Online Diet Diary for Daniel Seifring.

Tuesday, 2nd October 2007


Daily Summary
Food Energy In: 1765 cals
Exercise Energy Out: 30 mins, -540 cals
Net Energy: 1225 cals
Net Energy Budget: 1500 cals
End Result: 275 Calories Under
Total Fat 55.1g / 50gOver
Total Protein 112.4g / 90gOver
Total Carbohydrate 231.2g / 200gOver
Total Sugar 51g
Total Fiber 38g / 40gUnder
Total Sodium 5149mg / 3000mgOver

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Breakfast
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
1 packet (1.6 oz) of Quaker: Breakfast Cereals, Cooked: Weight Control, Instant Oatmeal, Maple & Brown Sugar, dry 160 3 7 29 1 6 310
1 50 raisins (0.9 oz) of Fruit, Dried: Raisins, seedless 78 0.1 0.8 20.6 15.4 1 3
Total 238 3.1g 7.8g 49.6g 16.4g 7g 313mg

Lunch
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
1 1/2 slice (1 oz) of Cheese: American, regular 158 13.1 9.3 0.7 0.2 0 625
1 1/2 serving (2 oz) of Boar's Head: Deli & Luncheon Meat: Beef, Oven Roasted Choice Top Round, no Salt Added 135 4.5 21 0 0 0 60
2 1 wrap of Whole Wheat Wraps 160 7 16 22 2 12 840
Total 453 24.6g 46.3g 22.7g 2.2g 12g 1525mg

Dinner
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
1 piece (4.6 oz) of Tyson: Chicken: Roasted, Breasts, Boneless, Skinless, cooked 160 3 31 1 1 0 700
2 serving (1 oz) of Stove Top: Bread Products: Stuffing Mixes, Chicken 220 2 8 40 6 2 860
1 serving, 1/2 cup of Campbell's: Soups: Condensed, Cream of Chicken 120 8 3 10 1 2 870
Total 500 13g 42g 51g 8g 4g 2430mg

Morning Snack
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
1 sandwich (2 oz) of Smucker's: Frozen Meals: Uncrustables, Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly Sandwich 210 9 7 25 10 2 260
Total 210 9g 7g 25g 10g 2g 260mg

Afternoon Snack
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
1 medium, 7" to 7-7/8" long (4.2 oz) of Fruit, Fresh: Banana, edible portion 105 0.4 1.3 27 14.4 3.1 1
Total 105 0.4g 1.3g 27g 14.4g 3.1g 1mg

Evening Snack
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
2 bag (1.4 oz) of Act II: Popcorn: Microwave, 94% Fat-Free Butter, unpopped 260 5 8 56 0 10 620
Total 260 5g 8g 56g 0g 10g 620mg

Exercise
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
30 mins of Jogging 6 mph -540 - - - - - -
Total -540 - - - - - -

6 comments:

Jeff said...

I think you might be on to something. Night time eating can be a killer. So can eating right after exercise -- beware of license to gorge syndrome.

Taconite Boy said...

Congratulations on losing so much weight!

Agree with Jeff. Tac also seems to have to work hard to fight the old BLG Syndrome.

Night time eating is a killer. I try very hard to refrain from all food afte 6:30.

J-Wim said...

I read just this week on a fitness nutrition site that you have license to eat all the fresh fruit you want after exercise because it's hard to eat enough fruit calories to count as a true binge before you get too full to continue. I don't think I buy it but it sounded good.

10/25 is my birthday, so I guess we share that date!

Pokey said...

There is definitely something to be said for accountability - so I hope this works for you. You have done such an amazing job at losing the weight!

I lost 20 pounds on Weight Watchers last year doing the exact same thing...writing down EVERY SINGLE bite I put in my mouth. It really opens your eyes and makes you think before you eat.

I wish I could take my own advice....I gained almost 14 of the pounds back and am struggling to get them off again. :(

Duane said...

Journaling is good!

Jeff said...

Something doesn't work in the math -- how can you be over fat/protein and carb grams and under your calorie budget? Are the goals based on 1500 goal vs. 1765 consumed rather than net?