Hoser

Start Weight:(26 Aug 13) 266.7 lb
Current Weight:(12 Apr 14) 244.8 lb
Goal Weight:175.0 lb
following: Hoser's own diet
performance: losing 1.8 lb a week

I'm the crazy fuchsia-maned poker-playing photographer smartass geek chick your mother warned you about.

I really like Michael Pollan's philosophies on eating-- "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants", and, "Don't eat it if your great-great-grandmother wouldn't recognize it as food." The food of my midwestern ancestors does not include many of the ethnic cuisines that I enjoy, so I've decided that for these purposes I have a great-grammas Chen and Nguyen and Tanaka and Singh and Santos and Romano and...

The rules of my diet are pretty straightforward:

1. Don't be stupid.
2. Eat real food, not food products. Food is fruits, vegetables, lean meats, eggs and dairy, grains.
3. Cook it yourself-- no prepared foods.
4. No artificial sweeteners, low-fat impersonations of foods, or other chemical concoctions.
5. Absolutely no high-fructose corn syrup.
6. Try to keep daily calories in a predefined range (currently 1200-1400).
7. Eat things you enjoy. Dieting is not suffering.


9/29/10: Hit 25% of goal.

FatSecret member since: 06 Jul 10

Hoser's Weight History


Hoser's Latest Member Challenges

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  200 Sit-Ups
status: Completed
ended: 07 Nov 11
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  Eat (real) food, not too much, mostly plants
status: Completed
ended: 05 Oct 10
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Hoser's Buddies

northernmusician
last weighin: gaining 3.6 lb a week Up
 
RikuHearts
last weighin: losing 0.0 lb a week Down
KimKimber
on diet Atkins
last weighin: steady Steady
 
KimReed
last weighin: steady Steady


Hoser's Cookbook

cals: 215kcal | fat: 13.52g | carbs: 11.79g | prot: 11.96g
Zucchini and Sweet Potato Frittata
Sweet potato cubes add an interesting twist to a classic frittata.
cals: 135kcal | fat: 7.43g | carbs: 16.33g | prot: 3.24g
Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
An easy, healthy and very tasty tomato soup made from fresh ingredients.
cals: 74kcal | fat: 2.33g | carbs: 13.92g | prot: 0.94g
Roasted Peaches
An elegant low-calorie, flavorful dessert that's incredibly easy to make.
cals: 140kcal | fat: 10.90g | carbs: 11.45g | prot: 1.84g
Orange, Fennel & Avocado Salad
A simple and delicious salad.
cals: 56kcal | fat: 0.33g | carbs: 11.44g | prot: 2.58g
Cocoa Meringue Cookies
An easy, sweet and low calorie cookie.
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Hoser's Latest Posts

It's expensive season at my local market
Jealous!

I went back and bought more morels, as well as a few other types of mushrooms then made a big batch of mushroom and red wine ragout. I never cook steaks at home but I picked up a small grass-fed NY strip steak. Yesterday's dinner was steak, mushroom ragout, roasted carrots, and miso creamed chard. Delish!
posted 17 Apr 2014, 00:51
High Fibre Diet
I think fiber is an underrated nutrient, and most people don't get nearly enough of it.
posted 16 Apr 2014, 14:15
Food intake list
Yes. Go to your diet calendar here: http://fatsecret.com/Diary.aspx?pa=fj

Just under the words "My Food Diary" you will see three little icons. The one on the right is a printer. Click it.

Scroll to the bottom of that page and you'll see "Print All Data for (Month) (Year). There are two links there, one for a PDF and one for a spreadsheet. The PDF is pretty readable. There are forward and backward links for different months.
posted 15 Apr 2014, 14:45
Does anyone else "trick" themselves on their RDI?
It's not exactly tricking myself, but I give myself a daily budget of about 100 calories of random stuff that I might eat that's too small for me to track. Sometimes I'll grab a small handful of blueberries and munch on them, for example. One blueberry has roughly one calorie, and I can't be bothered with adding five calories here and ten there. That wouldn't work for some people, but I kind of have an internal check that keeps me from overdoing it this way... I just know that my reported consumption is usually 50-100 calories below reality, and have set my RDI accordingly.
posted 14 Apr 2014, 22:59
Vegetarian...To be, or not to be? That is the question.
I have organic raw milk and raw cream available at my local store.

I don't think I would buy raw milk from too-crowded feed lots.
posted 14 Apr 2014, 07:27
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06 May 2012

I should have mentioned this earlier, but I'm on hiatus right now and only maintaining rather than trying to lose weight. I have a chronic shoulder i ...
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21 March 2012

This is day three of two weeks without grains. I'm recording this merely so I can remember when I started. If it goes well, I may extend it to a month.
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Hoser updated their Food Diary.
Hoser replied to their post - It's expensive season at my local market.
Hoser replied to archeree's post - High Fibre Diet.
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