Six Cereal, Bars, and Nuts

- POSTED ON: Apr 02, 2011

 
Cereal
1/2 cup dry Golean cereal
Calories 70; Carbs 15 grams; Protein 6.5 grams.



Granola Bar
1 Healthy Choice Toasted Almond Bar (1/2 package)
Calories 95; Carbs 14.5 grams; Protein 2 grams.



Atkins Bars
1/2 various Atkins bars (1/2 of the packaged bar)
Calories 90; Net Carbs 4 to 6 grams; Protein 2 to 5 grams.



Kind Bar

1/2 of a Nut Delight Kind bar (1/2 of the packaged bar)
Calories 100; Carbs 6 grams; Protein 3.5 grams.



Dried Fruit and Nuts
2 TB Kirkland Fruit and Nuts (from Costco)
Calories 100; Carbs 10 grams; Protein 2.7 grams.


Almonds
1 one-hundred-calorie package of raw almonds
Calories 100; Carbs 3 grams; Protein 4 grams. 

 

 

 


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On Apr 02, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
Like your suggestions. I use the Kashi Go Lean sprinkled over my yogurt (10gms/ 18 cal) as a crispy topping on my yogurt while keeping cal/carb counts low. With lacrosse season for the twins, dinner gets pushed back late. I enjoy mixed nuts with a diet coke watching them play. Always premeasured, Always. I also carry the prepackage nuts (100 cal) in my purse as an emergency snack. I have yet to use it, but I do not leave home without it. As important as a driver's license. It comes down to planning and knowing oneself. I do not want to have the excuse, I am starving so I need fast food. A snack pack of nuts in my purse stops that thinking for me. Yesterday, DH&I had a South Beach Bar (100cal) with our cappuccino at Starbucks before dinner. If I want to nibble at SBX, I must bring it. The food they sale does not fit in my plan- calorie or carb wise. My fruit choices are berries and melons not bananas. SB bars are okay in my house, because they are from a previous trip last spring. I have realized that the family can have snacks, I just cannot be the one to buy it. I do not want to think over which chips, cookies, dips, then not have it. I also discovered, for me at this time, fritos & sour cream dip sets up uncomfortable desires for more.


On Apr 02, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, We appear to have many behaviors in common. I also have foods that seem to trigger cravings for more, and tend to avoid those foods. These issues also change for me over time, and I find that I can easily handle certain things at specific times, but not at other time. Learning about oneself is a valuable endeavor.


On Apr 02, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
I have been meaning to say, I enjoy your thematic music that leads into your videos.


On Apr 02, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Thanks Karen, it's called "Porch Swing", which seems to fit with my life and my videos.

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