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Updated: 2014-02-27T08:32:35.636-06:00

 



You're off to a great start! Keep it up!

2010-01-19T10:51:00.858-06:00

You're off to a great start! Keep it up!



By the way, I'm SO proud that M is backing you...

2010-01-18T22:28:27.202-06:00

By the way, I'm SO proud that M is backing you and even doing it with you.
Anything is done easier when you have a buddy. You've got THREE buddies! :o) I'm looking forward to seeing the new you!



Way to go! You can do it, gal. Deer is the health...

2010-01-18T22:22:35.751-06:00

Way to go! You can do it, gal.
Deer is the healthiest red meat and I'd be glad to share with you; but since you won't eat Bambi's mom, I suspect you'll do great with the chicken and fish menu. Keep up the cheerleading, Mel!



Good luck RK! I have been wanting to try something...

2010-01-18T15:53:28.903-06:00

Good luck RK! I have been wanting to try something like this; I might give it a go. I'm afraid I'm going to have a time with the oatmeal and eggs too. :) It's great you have some friends who are joining in with you.

And I hope this doesn't come across wrong (not sure what your rules are for protein), but I noticed beef wasn't listed as one of your protein sources.

It only has one more gram of fat then a boneless chicken breast. There are actually 29 cuts of lean beef (meaning their fat content is b/w a boneless, skinless, chicken breast and a skinless chicken thigh). And beef is naturally nutrient rich-excellent source of protein, zinc, B12, selenium & phosphorus and a good source of niacin, B6, iron and riboflavin.

Sometimes consumers don't realize that besides tasting great beef is a healthy choice. And there are some really easy ways to fix it too. Some of my favorite economical and tasty cuts include chuck tender and flat iron steaks.

A great resource for consumers with recipes, nutrient information and tips on saving at the meat counter can be found at www.beefitswhatsfordinner.com.

Sorry for my soapbox, but beef is a great source to rotate along with the chicken and fish.