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#21 egodesiderium

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Posted 15 September 2013 - 05:11 PM

Thanks! If you happen to try it let me know what you think... ^-^


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Posted 22 September 2013 - 09:00 AM

I boil beetroot and then blend it into a soup.


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Posted 24 September 2013 - 01:36 PM

I love your guy's plans! Just seeing them makes me want to try 200 calorie diets again. I was able to handle 200 calorie diet's when I was in my teens but now that I am older the lowest I can go is 500 and even then its tough. 800 is my magic number was able to loose 50 lbs one time in 18 weeks just by eating 800 calories.

 

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 12:41 PM

Yogurt 46 cals
Granola bar light 68 cals
Eggwhite omlett (2 egg withes, skim milk tomatoes and baby spinach with a little bit butter) 90 cals
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Posted 29 September 2013 - 12:12 AM

sorry to double-post (from another 2468 page), but on my 200cal days all i eat is sugar-free jello (plus a coffee with splenda in the morning), and it's tough just to get in 200 !!

as a personal rule, i only have the jello on 200cal days .... also, a 23g pack of powder (i live in the uk so we call it jelly, it's a double-sachet made by Hartley's and comes in various flavours) makes two full bowfuls and takes a few hours to set, so i only mix a new sachet once i've eaten the ones i made earlier (which thus avoids the danger of eating too much at once)

there are also mini-cup versions (6 cals for 115g) which are made with a different gelatin .... and when i lived in the states there were even more flavour options, but make sure it's the sugar-free AND fat-free kind  

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Posted 13 October 2013 - 09:40 AM

I don't do the diet, my mother obligates me to drink a cup of milk everyday, eat bread with something on it for breakfast and eat a 'normal sized' dinner :( so its basically impossible since that already exceeds the 200 by far. I do know some pretty nice low-calorie snacks though.

1. cut a tomato in half, sprinkle some pepper on it (optional) and put a few fresh basil leafs on the halfs. it actually has a lot of taste :)

2. break a thin rice cracker into smaller pieces, put salt, pepper and maybe some spices on them, put it in a bowl and pretend they are crisps :)

3. chewing gum, obviously.

4. take a big, white plate and a lot of different fruits (an apple, a mandarin, a few strawberries and other berries for example) slice things like apples in really thin, neat slices and make a perfect circle of them. do the same with the parts of the mandarin. put the berries in the middle or in between the slices of the mandarin. slice the strawberries in thin parts and make a small middle circle of them, too.

this looks so lovely and delicious and colourful, and it takes a lot of time to make and eat because all the small pieces will force you to eat slowly, and it looks like a lot of food :) because it looks nice I personally eat slower too because it feels like a shame to interrupt the pattern. though maybe that's just my crazy mind thinking this is a good idea :P

5. make a soup you like

6. just eat salad


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Posted 03 May 2014 - 07:31 PM

From cerulean butterfly


The 2-4-6-8 Plan

With this plan, you vary your daily calorie intake to ensure that your metabolism stays active - i.e., you don't go into starvation mode. Some people choose to add an extra day (1000 calories), but I prefer staying in triple digits. Note: During this diet, you can have all the water, diet soda, and black coffee you want. If you add milk or sugar to the coffee, be sure to calculate in those calories.

Breakfast Lunch Snack Dinner Total:
200 day
1/2 c Fiber One Cereal: 60
1 c chicken or beef buillion: 5 8 Quaker Apple Cinnamon Mini Rice Cakes: 60
1 Campbell's Soup at Hand Chicken 'n Stars: 60

185
400 day 1 c Quaker Puffed Rice Cereal + 1/2 c nonfat milk: 90 1 Campbell's Soup at Hand Chicken 'n Stars: 60 3 plain Quaker Rice cakes: 105 1 and 1/3 cup Total Corn Flakes + 1/2 cup Skim Milk: 150 395

600 day

1 and 1/3 cup Total Corn Flakes + 1/2 cup Skim Milk (150)
2 slices Orowheat Lite Bread + 1 slice Kraft Fat Free Cheese: 110
8 Quaker Apple Cinnamon Mini Rice Cakes: 60 1 Stouffer's Lean Cuisine Chicken Fettucini: 270 590

800 day 1 c Fiber One Cereal + 1/2 c Skim Milk: 165 2 slices Orowheat Lite Bread + 2 slices Kraft Fat Free Cheese: 140
3 plain Quaker Rice cakes: 105
1 Stouffer's Lean Cuisine French Bread Deluxe Pizza: 330
1 Campbell's Soup at Hand Chicken 'n Stars: 60

800
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Posted 03 May 2014 - 08:33 PM

i'm on keto diet so these are low carb too

 

200 cal meal:

 

15g cheddar cheese, shredded (60 cal)

1 portobello mushroom caps (26 cal)

1 egg (70 cal)

 

= 216 calories

 

crack the egg into the portobello cap (you gotta find a really rounded cap, not the flat ones), bake for 20 min or so at 425... or until it looks how you like your egg

 

remove and grate 15g of cheese (1/2 serving) over top

add pepper

 

 

 

butter pan fried veggies:

 

9 baby carrots, sliced (35 cal)

1 cup sliced mushrooms (30 cal)

1 cup asparagus (27 cal)

1/2 tbsp butter (51 cal)

15g cheddar (60 cal)

 

= 203 cal


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Posted 05 May 2014 - 05:48 AM

Just loads of mashed up frozen fruit, as it's mainly water, and one 30g satchet of porridge (most are 100kcal)

I'm 17, 5'3 and 99lbs.


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Posted 05 May 2014 - 10:21 AM

This is awesome! I just decided to start this diet today but I am doing 46810. I am 134lb and 4'11. So I hope to loose 15 to 20lbs. I wad on here looking for meal options. Thank you guys! Oh amd I had wheat toast with 1 tbspn natural peanut butter. 165cal

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Posted 05 May 2014 - 12:37 PM

One whole bag of lettuce mix (it can vary based on what brand you use, but for a Dole brand Classic Iceberg 12oz bag) = 60cal

2 tablespoons Fat Free Italian salad dressing x about 3 servings = 45 cal

3 oz boneless, skinless chicken breast = 90 cal

= 195

Makes one giant salad; split it up for the whole day!


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Posted 09 May 2014 - 12:33 AM

This was my last 200 day:

 

breakfast- 45

1 whole blood orange

 

lunch- 38

1 1/2 cups of 1/2" dice cucumber

1 julienned radish

1 1/2 Tbsp red wine vinegar

1 tsp minced parsley

plenty of salt and pepper

 

toss the cucumber with the the vinegar, parsley, salt and pepper. garnish with the radish

 

Dinner-

1 1/2 cups of brussel sprouts

tsp olive oil

1 clove garlic

1 tsp minced parsley

pinch red peper flakes

salt and pepper to taste

 

mince the garlic. Half the sprouts and use a sharp paring knife to cut out the "seed stem" or dense white stalky material at the base of the sprout. (do this by making two cuts that meet to remove a small triangular piece. ) put the sprouts and some salt into a pan with a couple tbsp water and cover, steaming them until they are almost done. remove, drain the sprouts and dry the pot. cook the garlic in the olive oil. it should not have any color. add the sprouts back in, toss with parsley and pepper flakes.  adjust seasoning. 


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Posted 09 May 2014 - 12:40 AM

i'm on keto diet so these are low carb too

 

200 cal meal:

 

15g cheddar cheese, shredded (60 cal)

1 portobello mushroom caps (26 cal)

1 egg (70 cal)

 

= 216 calories

 

crack the egg into the portobello cap (you gotta find a really rounded cap, not the flat ones), bake for 20 min or so at 425... or until it looks how you like your egg

 

remove and grate 15g of cheese (1/2 serving) over top

add pepper

 

 

 

This sounds like it could be really good! my diet buddy has been asking for me to include more eggs i think i will try this! i bet you could sub/eliminate some or all of the cheese and eat it on a 200 day!



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Posted 20 May 2014 - 04:58 AM

My 200 day was:

100g strawberries - 33
An egg white omelette with spinach - 73
Roasted mushrooms, broccoli and onion in a tomato sauce -74
Squash - 16
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Posted 24 May 2014 - 09:15 AM

Two things I've been living off.....


1) Apple & Celery ---

Celery has very little cals and it's good with the apple if you're not a fan of the flavour.


2) 150ml Yoplait Forme Field Berry Yogurt (66cal) + 1/4 cup Frozen Raspberries (70cal) ---

Really good in the summer. You can get individual tubs of the yogurt at this size and also 175ml ones which are 77cal or you can get the big tubs and messure your own. I find the smaller tubs easier because then I know exactly what I'm having.
(you can always use the extra cals and spoil yourself by adding some chocolate, makes for an amazing dessert)  


I'm not a fan of plain, dry food that I get sick of quickly. These two I could probably eat forever!!


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Posted 11 May 2015 - 12:19 PM

Here's my meal plan:
Breakfast- boiled egg white (18cals)
Lunch- 2 Jacobs crackers (70cals)
Dinner- 2 cups cauliflower (56cals), 2 tablespoons of soy sauce (20cals)

And perhaps a bit of bread at ye end of the day, if I'm feeling peckish.
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Posted 11 May 2015 - 03:37 PM

JELLY!!!! Sugar free hartleys you can have a whole pint for 32 cals.


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Posted 13 May 2015 - 08:07 PM

Some of you that have rice cakes, why not replace that with nutrients from fruit and veges? Jelly doesn't help your body and rice cakes are void of any nutritional benefits.

I'd have tomatoes, cucumber, spinach and egg white on my 200 days. Use some kelp noodles too.

Cerulean butterfly's plan for eg...There isn't enough Vit C, E or protein.
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Posted 15 May 2015 - 12:48 AM

900ml of chicken noodle soup eaten throughout the day it's 180 cals for the lot. Snack o jacks pack of mini rice cakes it's 101 cal for the pack. Sugar free jelly 7cal per pot, Apple cut up 100g 52 cal. Slices of wafer thin Turkey ham 10 cal per slice. I like to eat my calories spread through the day so I eat like 50 cals 4 times or something like that.

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Posted 15 May 2015 - 12:53 AM

Some of you that have rice cakes, why not replace that with nutrients from fruit and veges? Jelly doesn't help your body and rice cakes are void of any nutritional benefits.

I'd have tomatoes, cucumber, spinach and egg white on my 200 days. Use some kelp noodles too.
Cerulean butterfly's plan for eg...There isn't enough Vit C, E or protein.

Your right. I can't on days that I am working. And I often don't have the energy to cook on my days off on the 200 day but I could always prep some vege's the day before I'm going to try eat more nutrient dense foods any recommendations are welcome xx


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