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#21 Helplessidiot

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Posted 21 October 2018 - 02:35 PM

These are some examples of what I usually have:

-Apple with cinnamon (lol the basic one), I have some tea on the side to really fill me up, also I cut the apple slices thin af

-Roasted/baked zucchini (since it's very low cal, you can have a lot and even dip it in something like salsa, I like to use kefir and add spices)

-Cabbage, tomato, onion, pickles, I make a salad out of those and pour some kefir on top

-Tuna, roasted cauliflower, tomato (idk just make a little bit of everything, that's what I do)

-Today for example, I had a 65 calorie lunch/dinner and it was:

*80g shredded cabbage (20kcal)
*20g onion (8kcal)
*10g kefir (3kcal)

Those three were mixed and it was a separate part on a plate, then:

*35g pickles (6kcal)

The pickles were next to the salad, then:

*15g broccoli (5kcal)
*10g mustard (11kcal) should've used less tho lol or more broccoli

Those two were next to the salad and the pickles, I dipped broccoli in mustard, then:

*32g mushrooms (7kcal)
*10g tomato pasta sauce (5kcal)

Here's what i did: made a hole in the mushrooms, put the pasta sauce in them, microwaved for like 30sec and then you can put some salt or spices on top.

So this was a big plate full of random food, it all really filled me up and it's way less than 100kcal.. I always have something to drink in between every couple of bites, I had about 2 glasses of water with all this and I was full as fuck.

So these are some ideas and of course, you don't have to add kefir in the salad if you don't have it there or don't like it, I didn't even taste it lol.. Also, the mushrooms and pasta sauce weren't the plan, I wanted to put a tomato on the side but we didn't have any so I thought of this.. Just add a bunch of low cal stuff and make it fun, thank u if you actually read all this

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#22 FeelingLost

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Posted 21 October 2018 - 03:03 PM

3 egg whites:51 cals
Lemon chai tea:49 cals


I never eat eggs usually so forgive the naivety but how do you cook the egg whites?

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Posted 27 October 2018 - 09:46 AM

There's this cereal called puffed rice and it's like 50-60 calories a cup, and that with almond milk is my go to meal when I'm feeling off during low restrict/fast periods.


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HW/SW: 179.8 lbs / 81.56 kg

LW: 127.2 lbs / 57.7 kg

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UGW: 120 lbs / 54.5 kg


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Posted 27 October 2018 - 09:48 AM

I never eat eggs usually so forgive the naivety but how do you cook the egg whites?

Hey, you can buy cartons of egg whites at the store and then just cook them like you would scrambled eggs. There are a bunch of tutorials online to make scrambled eggs if you don't know how (it's super easy btw)


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#25 MissRobot

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Posted 17 November 2018 - 07:29 PM

This is actually a lot of food and pretty filling:

 

Carrot Salad (70-85 calories)

- 100g of carrots (this is like one and a half carrots) 41 calories

- 25g of protein (leg ham for example) 30-40~ calories

- a splash of lemon juice 1-2 calories

- spices (chilli powder, salt and pepper, cumin etc)

 

  • Grate carrots roughly and chop some into thin matchsticks for varying texture.
  • Shred the protein into thin slices.
  • Mix with a splash of lemon juice to combine.
  • Throw in all your favourite spices
  • Optionally add shredded iceberg lettuce. 100g is only 22 calories. (Or any other low cal vegetables). 

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SW: 86kg

CW: 85kg

GW1: 80kg

GW2: 75kg (Helix Piercing)

GW3: 70kg

GW4: 65kg (Shopping Spree!)

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#26 skinnyblinder

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Posted 03 September 2019 - 03:25 PM

a few egg whites or a whole egg 

 

this is really versatile, particularly the egg: you can poach it, scramble it, fry it (without oil or butter), boil it, etc.


SW: 72 kg = 159 lbs       CW: 59.2 kg = 130.5 lbs       UGW: 45 kg = 99 lbs

 

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The collarbones are where we start. 

Count the ribs and feel the hips, 

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#27 Dandizette

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Posted 03 September 2019 - 06:22 PM

Fruit

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Posted 20 October 2019 - 09:21 PM

100 grams of apple with 1.5 tbsp of pb2. apple is 52 pb2 is 45


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Posted 20 October 2019 - 09:43 PM

1/2 a sweet potato. (40-80 depending on size)

Cabbage soup (literally just cabbage, apple cider vinegar, water, and seasoning. It’s about 5- 10 calories depending on how much cabbage since that’s the only thing in there with calories.)

Salad (depends on dressing and toppings, but mine is usually about 65-75)
To make:
1 cup mixed salad greens (15)
Blueberries (10 cal worth)
1/2 tangerine (20)
Some dried cranberries (10 cal worth)
Pure balsamic vinegar (15 cal for 1 tablespoon)

1/4 cup whole grain Cheerios and 1/4 cup almond milk (about 40)

1/2 English muffin and a tablespoon of honey (60)

That’s all I can think of rn.

#30 Thinner092

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Posted 20 October 2019 - 11:15 PM

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Posted 23 October 2019 - 09:16 PM

i often do a steamed cup of broccoli and an egg which is abt 110


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#32 Ana_in_wonderland19

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Posted 07 December 2019 - 02:02 PM

1. 3 egg whites (52) with spinach (5) and red onions (<32) (or substitute red onions with garlic or low cal salsa)

 

2. Broth (5) with spinach (5) and carrots (32)

 

3. Spinach, romaine lettuce, and carrots with 25 calorie or less poppy seed or vinaigrette dressing (or no dressing)

 

These 3 are my go-tos :)

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Posted 07 December 2019 - 02:31 PM

Cauliflower Cocoa Bowl (tastes like chocolate ice cream):
• Frozen cauliflower florets
• Two tsps cocoa powder
• Half a two xanthan gum
• Water

Blend the ingredients together, with some sweetener and you have a smoothie bowl or chocolate ice cream.

Cottage Pie:
• Two Tbsp of the lowest calorie instant mash you can find
• Half a can of sliced carrots and half a can of whole green beans
• Half a stock cube of your choice

Place two tbsp of instant mash powder in a bowl. Pour over hot boiling water and stir with a spoon till desired consistency. In a pan, heat up the vegetables with half a stock cube and a tiny amount of water. Place vegetables with the stock in a baking dish, layer on the mash and bake for 15-20 minutes.

Oatmeal:
• 27g of oats
• 200ml of water
• Sweetener

Pour 200ml water into a pot, and let it reach boil. Place oats in the pot and stir till desired consistency is reached, and then add sweetener to taste.

Tuna Salad:
• Mini or Light tuna can
• Salad leaves or lettuce
• Lightest mayonnaise or salad cream

Mix the tuna with whatever sauce you can find that is low in calories. Layer some lettuce or salad leaves onto a plate and place the tuna on top.

Tomato Courgette/Zucchini Boats:
• One courgette or zucchini sliced into two halves
• Tomato passata or a low calorie tomato based pasta sauce

Bake courgette or zucchini till cooked halfway. Place the tomato sauce on top. Bake for a further 10-15 minutes or until the vegetables is really soft, tender and a little crispy on top. Serve!

Konjac Spaghetti Bolognese:
• Pack of konjac noodles
• Low calorie tomato or pasta sauce
• Tbsp lowest ketchup you can find

Take 2-3 tbsp of tomato sauce and a tbsp of ketchup and stir together to make a rich tomato Italian style sauce. Heat up konjac noodles and place in a bowl. Spoon the sauce on top and serve.
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#34 Anorexic Fairyboy

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Posted 07 December 2019 - 02:45 PM

warm veggie broth with chopped carrots
small bowl miso soup
half a serving of froot loops with a splash of skim milk
lots of pickles
one serving vanilla halo top
edit: forgot a baked apple with cinnamon and splenda (80)

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CW: 104.8
GW 1: 105
GW 2: 95
UGW: 80

 

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-Collarbones

-thigh gap of an inch

-ribs when stretching 

-ribs in general

-hipbones prominent 

-hipbones visible

-hand around wrist

-bony wrists

-hand around upper arm

-no more "flab"/minimal

-cheekbones

-spine

-shoulder blades when tensed

-shoulder blades

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Posted 07 December 2019 - 02:48 PM

porridge
2 tbs of dry cream of wheat
1/2 tbs pb2
monk fruit sugar=
85 calories

spicy noodles
shirataki noodles
siracha
a drop of wasabi
monk fruit sugar
vegetable broth
=
35 calories

avocado toast:
2 tablespoons of avocado
dave’s killer bread
=
75 calories

veggie burger:
boca turkey burger
lettuce
mustard
=
75 calories

coffee and toast:
coffee grounds
unsweetened almond milk
sugar free syrup
spray oil
dave’s killer bread
=
80 calories
or just a bowl of broccoli/cauliflower/brussel sprouts/asparagus

#36 honeyybun

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Posted 08 December 2019 - 11:58 AM

some that i've had recently: frozen haddock fillet (75), pouch of pink salmon (70? cant remember but def under 100), 28 small bay scallops (90), light and fit greek yogurt or two good yogurt (80), 1 & 1/3 cups frozen butternut squash veggie spirals (100)

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Posted 08 December 2019 - 12:07 PM

I just made this today, miso soup with wakkame. Two cups of boiling water (0cal) two table spoons of miso paste (30 calsperteaspoon), and as much seaweed as you like. An entire nori sheet is (5cal) I just use a tiny square. (63calstotal). You could add dehydrated mushrooms or shiratake noodles for the rest of your calories and to be more filling.
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#38 whiskerz

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Posted 08 December 2019 - 12:46 PM

Under 100 is hard haha. Maybe carrots and celery with 1 tsp peanut butter


I finally tried celery with salsa and it's a life changer

#39 icrytobethin

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Posted 08 December 2019 - 12:59 PM

miso soup, an egg, broth with shirataki noodles



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Posted 08 December 2019 - 01:55 PM

currently living off:

weight watchers chicken noodle soup: 51cal per can
Just a non binary lesbian on the seesaw of relapse and recovery...

HW: 180lbs (Dec 2017) ❄️
LW: 89lbs (Dec 2016)🧟‍♀️
SW: 139lbs (26/05/19)🚑
CW: 103.4lbs (10/11/19)💔
GW1: 125lbs ✅
GW2: 115lbs ✅
GW3: 105lbs ✅
GW4: 95lbs ❌
GW5: 85lbs ❌
UGW: 75lbs (the dream, I don't think I'll ever get there, it's too unrealistic from where I am rn.)🍁



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