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100kcals or less meal/snack ideas anyone?

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#1 DreamingofBeingThin3

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Posted 14 February 2017 - 07:30 PM

Hey guys!

This Saturday I'll be starting the 2468 diet. I'm getting a head start and planning everything I will eat in advance. Friday is payday so that's why I'm starting Saturday, Friday will also be the last day I eat meat. (Having literally no money means it's impossible for me to afford vegetables or fruit or anything till then, so atm I'm eating whatever I can get my hands on, which hasn't been an awful lot.) 

Any kind of meals or snacks you can suggest that are around 100kcals or less would be helpful as I want to try and snack or eat very light meals throughout the day, rather than having just one meal or thing a day - if that makes sense.

Any advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated :)

 


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#2 adrienne1614

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Posted 14 February 2017 - 07:38 PM

-big ol' bowl of baby carrots (like 50 cal and suuuuper filling)

-banana

-popcorn (one bag is usually 150-200 calories depending on the brand)

 

nothing else is coming to mind... but good luck!


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Posted 14 February 2017 - 07:48 PM

Crab sticks! 100gr are 95cal



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Posted 14 February 2017 - 08:32 PM

2 cups of lettuce and 1/2 c of low fat cottage cheese. One of my favorite low calorie meals

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Posted 15 February 2017 - 02:22 AM

zucchini noodles !!! seaweed snacks (find ones without oil), cucumber + low-fat hummus, rice bubbles, small bowl of oats + applesauce !



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Posted 15 February 2017 - 02:30 AM

Hey guys!

This Saturday I'll be starting the 2468 diet. I'm getting a head start and planning everything I will eat in advance. Friday is payday so that's why I'm starting Saturday, Friday will also be the last day I eat meat. (Having literally no money means it's impossible for me to afford vegetables or fruit or anything till then, so atm I'm eating whatever I can get my hands on, which hasn't been an awful lot.) 

Any kind of meals or snacks you can suggest that are around 100kcals or less would be helpful as I want to try and snack or eat very light meals throughout the day, rather than having just one meal or thing a day - if that makes sense.

Any advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated :)

good luck !! and all I can say is that the way to succeed on a diet is to figure out what satisfies you. Like some people prefer to eat low calorie dense food (but eat more) and others prefer to eat higher calorically dense food but eat smaller amounts). Low calorie dense foods are usually mostly carbs and proteins because carbs + proteins contain less calories than fat. Examples would be fruit n vege (high in fibre +water), starches like oats or rice (sweet potato is a good choice, slightly better for you than regular potatoes), some yoghurts and breadsticks. High calorie dense foods are foods like nuts and seeds, fats like peanut butter, coconut yogurt, beans, dried fruit (no water so more calorically dense), eggs (I don't advise because of high cholesterol). Hope I can be of some help x


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Posted 15 February 2017 - 05:20 AM

cup-a-soup chicken is only 45 calories per serving :D 


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Posted 15 February 2017 - 09:13 AM

These are 60 cals (Yoplait yoghurt)

4 for £1 and loads of flavours

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Posted 15 February 2017 - 02:05 PM

Seaweed!


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Posted 17 February 2017 - 01:13 AM

Diced tomatoes heated up with some taco seasoning on lettuce wraps!

 

Sweet potato tortilla chips with diced peppers on top (and hot sauce if you like spicy food).


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Posted 21 February 2017 - 05:33 PM

Lots of fruits and veggies are great options (cucumbers, lettuce, watermelon, clementines, ect.).

1 cup of tomato soup is 80cals depending on the brand of course.

Triscuit crackers are 20cals each. Just eating 1 usually calms my tummy.

Pickles say 0cals but I think it's really like 3-5cals for the whole thing. 

 

Miso soup is great too! I use 2 tsps miso paste in 1 cup water and add 1/8 block of tofu, green onion, seaweed, and 3 baby bella mushrooms tops. However, you can use what ever kind of veggies you like. Don't cook the miso paste though. Mix it in a little bit of water and add it to the soup once it's done cooking. Heat kills the good stuff in the miso paste. 


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Posted 21 February 2017 - 06:05 PM

fruits, veggies, pickles, nuts



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Posted 22 February 2017 - 01:13 AM

Diced tomatoes heated up with some taco seasoning on lettuce wraps!

 

Sweet potato tortilla chips with diced peppers on top (and hot sauce if you like spicy food).

Your lettuce wraps is a great idea... was scrounging around looking for lowcal stuff tonight and didn't have much on hand. Gonna give that a try tomorrow ;)



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Posted 24 February 2017 - 12:45 AM

100g of brocolli (which is a lot) is only 34 calories and sooo yummy and soft when it's steamed, I don't add anything to it (:
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Posted 26 February 2017 - 03:46 PM

Crab sticks! Try to choose those without added sugar


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Posted 27 February 2017 - 09:58 PM

100g of brocolli (which is a lot) is only 34 calories and sooo yummy and soft when it's steamed, I don't add anything to it (:


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Posted 17 March 2017 - 11:55 PM

40 goldfish crackers -100
Campbells Chicken and Stars on the go - 60
Laughing cow cheese wedge -35, on low cal bread 60
3oz can of Tuna In Water with mustard - 70 on 4 saltines 30
Dannon Greek yogurt - 80 (10g protein)
Roasted cauliflower - 35 cal serving (with salt and pepper it takes like potato chips to me) and pan of roasted veggies is good and warming to stomach.
Birdseye steamer veggie bag -100 for whole thing
Egg - 70
Pickles -5
Cottage cheese serving -100
Pudding cup - 100

Homemade soup made with broth, carrot, celery, cabbage, onion, garlic, and little bit of diced chicken breast - large bowl - 100
My alltime favorite to stay full

Hot chocolate mug - 100
Bone broth - 40 cal a cup with 10 protein grams. More filling than plain broth.
Mozzarella cheese stick -100
Special K protein bites - 5.5 for 90
Banana -80-100
Rice cake with almond butter - 100
half baked potato with salsa -100
Roasted skinless chicken drumstick - 75
Better Oat oatmeal packet -100
Low cal bread with deli meat - 100
Steamed or grilled shrimp - 10 for 100

If you are cool going over a little to maybe 130 you will find more flexibility and more options. those extras usually turn my 2-4-6-8 into 3-5-7-9

On another note.... Sometimes I find a few 200 calorie meals get me much farther in satisfaction then having more 100 calorie ones.
For instance half a baked potato topped 1/2 cup black beans will get me super full for 200 calories to where I won't need another meal for hours. To me that is better then a 100 cal meal that leave me craving more food much sooner.
While I love the idea of 100 foods spread out all day, I find it becomes too much thought. I end up thinking of food all day, never feeling satisfied. 4 100 calorie meals seems harder to me than 2 200 calorie ones.

Good luck to anyone following 2-4-6-8!! I know this post is old but others may still read.
Like i said above.. usually I end up doing 3-5-7-9 but get exact same results. Don't beat yourself up if you go a little over. It's so negligible the final Weigh in isn't affected I have learned.

Heck 4-6-8-10 works really well too if I am being honest. And it's much better for you. You will have energy to move
your body more and burn calories. Helps you sleep better too. I know it's hard for some people to think of going higher, but I am slowly learning that higher cal restriction is more sustainable and still let's the weight fall off.
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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:58 AM

- apple (45-80 kcal)

- banana (70-100 kcal)  and other fruits under 100 kcal

- vegetables like broccoli and spinach

- vegetable broth (only 8-15 kcal!)

- cup-a-soup (the most of them are under 100 kcal)

- rice waffles or crispbread with low calorie seasoning

- selfmade salad (only low calorie seasoning and use only vegetables like tomatoes, cucumber, salad, carots etc.)

- chai latte without sugar (i use it my Krueger-type vanilla-cinnamon, only 58 kcal)


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 06:01 AM

Miso soup is 25-40 depending on which type you buy

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#20 herringgull

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 01:26 PM

Zucchini. 100 grams is 17 calories / a cup is 21 calories. It's nutritious and easy to cook! (pour a bit of water in a skillet to just cover the bottom, chop fresh zucchini, add zucchini, cook until it reaches texture you like. add a lil salt for taste if you desire). Also delicious to eat raw.





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