amatlack wrote:I'm not really condoning these because they're still junky, but I do think they're better than Ritz crackers: http://www.genisoy.com/products/snacks/soy-crisps/ The plain sea-salted ones are what I go for when I need a crunchy snack. Best part is, you get 17 crisps for 100 calories.
Well, you know the old saying "feed a cold, starve a fever" maybe you could replace the crackers with celery? And just do some celery sticks with PB? That would still be crunchy.ldematto wrote: just felt I needed something crunchy I am still feeling like I need to put something out - my cold is saying FEED ME!!!
Bonnie wrote:Lu what are front rows ? If they are upright rows, you might want to avoid those, due to the internal rotation needed to perform them & our shoulder issues.
one of my favorite combo's. Try mixing in a small can of tuna - it is AWESOME!ldematto wrote:4 oz Snack Pack LF Cottage Cheese, handful of almonds
No, I haven't yet. I was drinking the Atkins royal choc. protein shakes, but the EAS shakes were $1 cheaper so I'm trying them-but they don't taste quite as good. I really want to get back to making my own with protein powder and FF soy milk.ldematto wrote:8 oz Protein Shake - Lynne? Have you tried the Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein?
What time should I be there? lol! sounds yummy!ldematto wrote:Dinner will be pork chops, rice and broccolli
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