Thursday, July 14, 2011
Coffee Break Eats Under 70 Calories
Personally I don't eat a big breakfast either. I normally eat one or two Quaker 90 calorie granola bars for breakfast. I personally don't have a problem with bineing my problem is I like to feel full after dinner or I snack and if I have to limint myself to a 400 calorie dinner I never feel full and I end up sabotaging myself by eating junk at the end of the day.
I eat either a 90 or 180 calorie breakfast around 6:30.
A 250 calorie 1st lunch around 10:30-11:00
A 250 calorie 2nd lunch around 2:30-3:00
Then dinner around 6:30-7:00 of anywhere to 700-800 calories.
My low-cal breakfasts:
Dannon Light & Fit yogurt (60 cals) with fibersure (25 cals)
South Beach cereal bar (140 cals)
fruit if I'm still hungery; here are some different ones with cals so you can mix & match:
apple (med - 2 3/4") - 72
apple (sm - 2 1/2") - 55
blueberries (1) - 8
cherries (1) - 4
grapefruit (medium) - 82
grapefruit (sm) - 64
kiwi fruit - 46
mango (sm) - 71
nectarine - 60
orange (sm - 21/2" dia) - 45
peach (2" dia) - 31
pear - 96
plum - 30
raspberries (1) - 1
strawberries (3) - 12
Like hot breakfasts? 1 egg white has only 127 calories; you can thicken up a scramble with fat free half and half (67 calories for 4 oz) or skim (51 cals for 4 oz).
Basically, there are a lot of low cal options out there, but they are all low-carb. Good luck!