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Subway !!!

Friday, November 09, 2007

Just a short journal entry......Things are going great this week. Finally back on track and staying within calorie range last 4 days with no problem. I had slipped back into the bad habit of fast food. I really tend to run out for it when it's last minute. I decided to switch to subway instead of McDonald's and it has made a HUGE difference. I thought it might be gross BUT the veggie sub is actually really good. I get the foot long veggie sub on Italian Herb and Cheese bread. That bread is 100 extra calories for the foot long but since I don't get any cheese or mayo/dressing on it I can do it. Not always but for a change. If you get the veggie sub on regular white bread (Italian they call it) then it's 460 for the whole sub. It's like an entire loaf of bread and you are getting a lot of veggies on it. Add in a Baked Lays chips for 140 calories plus a diet coke. It's EXTREMELY filling. This has been literally my secret weapon this week. I can get a large volume of food for very little calories. Subway is getting a LOT of my money right now, but it's worth it. I have been eating it every single day and although it hurts my bank account, my calorie tracker is loooooving it. I have literally not only been within my calorie range this week, but I've been on the low end of it!!! YEAH!
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  • KHARDMAN72
    I'm glad that you have made that choice! I love Subway, but we don't have one near us. It's definitely a better choice than McDonald's! Keep going, you're doing great!
    Kristen
    5012 days ago
  • DEBBEV
    Holly,
    It sounds like you might be subways Jerrod. Keep up the good work.
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    5012 days ago
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