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    Noodles, black bean chicken, baked manapua and a cup of Diet Coke from U Choice In.

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    Chicken salad sandwich, Twix bar and a bottle of water.

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    Noodles, black bean chicken and a cup of Diet Coke from U Choice In.

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    Coffee, bagel w/ PBJ, Hawaii threads

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    Noodles, black bean chicken, spring roll and a cup of Diet Coke from U Choice In.

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    Bottle of Mountain Dew and a Moose Munch candy bar.

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    Noodles, black bean chicken, spring rolls and a cup of Diet Coke from U Choice In.

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    Sunday brunch at Haleiwa Joe's in Kaneohe. The buffet is awesome. I had lots of fresh fruit, various salads, some scrambled eggs, bacon, small waffles, small cheese and mushroom omelet... and prime rib.

    YUM!!!
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    Sipping on a bottle of Mountain Dew, might get a bag of chips later on.

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    Scrambled eggs, English muffin, half a cantaloupe, and orange juice and coffee. At home, out on the lanai.
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    Popcorn and a cup of Diet Coke.

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    A bag of Bugles chips and a bottle of Mountain Dew.

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    Noodles, black bean chicken, pepper beef and a cup of Diet Coke from U Choice In.

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    lightly buttered Toasted Bread from Watanabe Bakery, and Crystal Lite Iced Tea.

    Actually, I like the "traditional Hawaiian Breakfast" of Portuguese sausage, eggs and rice, but at my age, I shouldn't eat that anymore.

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    I've been trying something different for the past 3-months. Muscle Milk with powdered non-dairy (sugar free) creamer, one cup of strong coffee or (instant coffee crystals), water and some ice cubes.

    Blend it in a Magic Bullet and it comes out as a sugar/lactose free iced coffee/latte smoothie that I use as a breakfast replacement.

    This gives me a solid protein drink that supplies me with fiber, potassium, low carbs and loaded with whey protein. Plus my morning dose of caffeine all wrapped up in a really good smoothie that's guilt free.

    Since doing this every morning I've lost 20-lbs with no added exercise. For lunch I make it again, but instead of coffee I drop in a banana or other fruit and make a lunchtime fruit smoothie. This carries me to dinner where I eat a modest serving of food prefaced with a smaller serving of muscle milk. Whatever meal I do consume, I eliminate the starches and red meats eating only fish or chicken.

    I've since dropped from a 44-Inch waist to a 40-inch plus 20-lbs in three months. No exercise routine yet although my wife bought an eliptical trainer that's sitting in our guest bedroom.

    I honestly feel since going on this Muscle Milk for breakfast and lunch, and going on a veggie and no-red meat dinner, I've felt better and am dropping the weight at a comfortable pace. And I'm not as hungry as I was before. People are telling me they've noticed the weight loss.
    Life is what you make of it...so please read the instructions carefully.

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    Man...did I just kill this thread? BTW I'm down to 205 now
    Life is what you make of it...so please read the instructions carefully.

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    Pasta salad and a bottle of Diet Coke.

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    Manapua, spring rolls and a cup of Diet Coke from U Choice In.

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    Good for you Craig! I like Muscle Milk, but I have to be careful or I'll gain on it. (lots of good protein though)
    Currently, I have greek yogurt with a drizzle of honey and some granola on weekdays and the hubs and I fight over who has to make pancakes, turkey bacon and eggs on weekends.
    I'm going to have to switch over to winter food soon, Bob's Red Mill 10 grain (or higher) cereal and extra thick rolled oats. That stuff is like Napalm when it's fresh off the stove, I've learned the hard way to be wary of a bubbling pot of hot cereal.
    I also switch it up with Spirutein for breakfast and lunch every once in a while, about to start up again. So far the only flavor I don't like is Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, waaaaayyyy too sweet.

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    Cold cut sandwiches and a cup of orange juice.

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    Chicken cup of noodles, a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos and a bottle of water.

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    Cold cut sandwiches, poke and a bottle of water.

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    Bottle of Diet Coke Lime.

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    Popcorn, hot dog and a cup of Diet Coke.

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    Cheeseburger, fries and a Diet Coke from Denny's.

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