1/9/15 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Sunday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 10. January 2014 15:57

Be cautious with soups in the winter.  Anything hot in the winter is appealing to me.  I love hot chocolate, coffee, and soup around this time of year.  However, soups are dangerous if you're trying to lose weight.  I know you probably are already aware but first and foremost, cream-based soups are out of the question.  They are extremely high in fat.  The second greatest reason to avoid soups when you're tyring to achieve a weight loss is the absurd amount of sodium.  It's EXTREMELY high.  Beware when you're at a restaurant thinking that you'll just get salad and a cup of vegetable soup.  I'm telling you, soup is partially so good because of the amount of salt they load in them.  I have yet to find many soups that are good enough for my taste buds that don't contain a fair amount of salt.  I have tried making them with very little and they still seem bland to me.  If you have a good, light, low-sodium soup recipe please share!  I would love to try it!


Breakfast -

JC Breakfast Scramble


1 cup fat-free organic milk

Lunch -

Meatball Stuffed Sandwich

Carrots with fat-free ranch

Snack -


Dinner -

JC Chicken Parmesan

Zucchini, squash, and mushrooms grilled with 2 tbsp. light ranch, parmesan, pepper, garlic powder

Snack -

JC Yogurt Dream Bar

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