Cold and Windy! April 3rd Food and Exercise Journal

by Alison on April 3, 2010

It is seriously cold and windy here!  Wind gusts yesterday of 60+ miles per hour!  We had a super mild winter then it looked like summer planned to push spring right out of the picture but now winter is back to say hello, ugh, my garden has no idea what is going on.  I weighed in this morning and I was down 1.4 which is great I munched on strawberries and yogurt during my meeting.  When I got home I made Pita pizzas and salad.  I found one point pita pockets!!! YUM.  They are a local bakery but they had them at Costco.  Ben liked the pita pizzas, they had the right amount of crust and they were solid, cool.  I put on light cheese, Canadian bacon, found a kind 4 slices is a point (only 50 calories) so we will be making a lot of use of Canadian bacon I think.  I also put a couple of slices of turkey pepperoni on.  Finally I made a salad that had a touch of fat free feta and the extra Canadian bacon that I had cut that didn’t fit on the pizza, threw on some home made balsamic vinagrette and presto, fast easy lunch!  Then we took the dogs out for a walk in the wind UGH, not super cold but the wind made it icy.  I made sure to get at least a mile in for my April challenge.

Ate 37 of 24 points. Earned 2 activity points.

Breakfast(2.5) – yogurt, 1 cup strawberries

Lunch (6.5)–Pita Pizzas and salad.

Dinner (28)–Indian from Naan and Curry

Running Weekly totals used 13 of 35 weekly points, earned 2 activity points.

Pita Pizzas and Salad

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Nicole, RD April 5, 2010 at 12:20 PM

Congrats on another great lost, Alison! The pizza looks wonderful! I wish my hubby and I could agree on pizza toppings — Canadian bacon is such a good “deal!”!!

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Alison April 5, 2010 at 1:25 PM

The nice thing about the pita pizzas is each person can put on their own toppings! 🙂 but yes I’m lucky I can get my husband to eat alot of things like that, but in his mind canadian bacon is for pizza not a breakfast meat to replace bacon 😛

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