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Share you daily diet?

(16 Posts)
sweetsundaefortwo Mon 05-Jan-15 10:04:24

I am sooo hungry from when I get up til lunchtime, its driving me mad! Here's mine:

YEsterday: 2 pcs toast and jam, 2 poached eggs and pc toast, spaghetti carbonara, jam sponge and custard, fresh fruit smoothie, oat based cereal

Number3cometome Mon 05-Jan-15 10:10:33

me too!

Yesterday morning - Egg and bacon sarnie, lunch pork pie, crisps for snack, dinner veggie sausages and veg, with jacket potato.

Today breakfast - pasta

totally random!

sweetsundaefortwo Mon 05-Jan-15 13:05:00

Pasta is just heaven. Just had large bowl of spaghetti with home made tomato sauce and a salad. Bloody hungry again though

tuffgingernut Mon 05-Jan-15 15:51:05

Whoemeal toast and a Clementine for brekky today. Lunch was a cheese, ham and pickle foccacia and salad (pretty much eat this every day as crave cheese and pickle) fat free yogurt and wotsits. Just had a small handful of macadamia nuts. Tea will be Sausages, mash, veg and onion gravy. First day of mat leave which means I can eat at normal sensible times. Hoping little and often will help with the heartburn. Need shares in Gaviscon.

sleepybee Mon 05-Jan-15 17:36:57

Breakfast - 2 slices of soreen & coffee

Lunch - Heinz tomato soup & 2 warburtons sandwich thins

Snacks - 2 clementines, some dried cranberries & macadamia nuts, green tea & water

Been pretty good so far today probably eat the entire fridge as soon as I get home!

BreeVDKamp Mon 05-Jan-15 17:42:32

I haven't had an appetite lately. First tri I was ravenous!! Almost 22 weeks:

Today:

Breakfast (10am! Lazy) wasn't hungry so 2 clementines and a peach because I wanted something anyway.

Lunch (1:30) bit random: 1/4 leftover individual sized pizza, spinach and peas, mushroom soup!

3pm ish: lindor egg and dairy milk blush

Going to nandos for dinner after my 20 weeks scan which in waiting for now!! Eek!

alovelycuppatea Mon 05-Jan-15 18:34:10

2 x toast with jam with a cup of tea, lunch was chicken mayo sandwich with small chicken and veg soup...oh....and a packet of wine gums blush. Am 8+6 and have no appetite at all...doubt I'll eat anything else before bed. Cant face it!

BlueberryWafer Mon 05-Jan-15 18:39:41

I have hyperemesis and so food was off the cards until about 3 weeks ago. I got about 6 vomit free weeks in my last pregnancy then it all started again so I'm hoping the same doesn't happen this time. Anyway so I've been enjoying being able to eat without vomiting everywhere.. Today's diet was:

Wholemeal toast with butter and marmite
Banana
Yoghurt
Warbutons sandwich thin with ham, cheese and mustard
2 chocolate digestives with my cuppa
Sausage, mash and beans

Now I feel very sick and will do until I can take another anti sickness tablet (not due one til bedtime) however I am determined to make the most of being able to eat before I start with the sickness again!

BlueberryWafer Mon 05-Jan-15 18:40:03

Sorry, should have said - I'm 30 weeks

sweetsundaefortwo Mon 05-Jan-15 19:57:35

I think am eating a lot more than most. Though dinner was a fruit smoothie and 2 corn on the cobs, but had 2 bowls cereal this afternoon. Didn't fancy proper dinner and now hungry again....

Bellejessleo Mon 05-Jan-15 20:11:08

I've just started a pregnancy health kick after completely going off the wagon with excessive carbs/crap during 1st trimester sickness and then christmas. Today I've had porridge with apples and sultanas, ham and cheese salad with lots of pickly things, salmon and noodle stir fry. And I've snacked on grapes and yogurts.
So much better than the last few weeks!

Bellejessleo Mon 05-Jan-15 20:11:37

Oh forgot to say I'm 16 weeks tomorrow.

FreeButtonBee Mon 05-Jan-15 20:23:19

Toasted bagel
Oj
4 squares White chocolate

Toast
More toast
Cheese, coleslaw and salami sandwich
More chocolate
Kids leftovers from dinner
Massive bowl of pasta

Eating is the only thing keeping the sickness at bay (8 weeks)

At least this time I am not (yet!) actually puking. Last time (twins) was truly awful

BalancingStick Mon 05-Jan-15 21:46:38

8w+5

Breakfast 1 (to fight the nausea on waking up and to relieve constipation!): a few bites of wholemeal toast and peanut butter; glass of prune juice
Breakfast 2: Pret yoghurt with fruit compote and granola; home-made fresh juice with kale, apple, lemon & ginger
Lunch: sweet potato falafel wrap with cabbage coleslaw
Snack; wholemeal pitta and humous
Dinner: salmon with new potatoes and broccoli, bread and a wedge of Stilton

HeyMicky Mon 05-Jan-15 21:55:23

21 weeks

2 Weetabix and some sliced banana
Coffee in the car on the way to work
Yoghurt mid morning
Chicken salad for lunch
Satsuma and some nuts mid-afternoon with a cup of tea
Spaghetti and meatballs for dinner
Ice lolly grin

Pretty typical for the whole pregnancy so far - I thankfully didn't have morning sickness

Threeplus1 Mon 05-Jan-15 21:58:05

Food is definitely helping me to keep nausea at bay, but my kids were back at school today and I was so much more unprepared than I realised! The older two go to a french school so have to leave at 8am, but dd2 is in junior kindergarten and we didn't get there until almost 9:30. As I had a midwife's appointment at 10 I didn't manage breakfast, so today I've had;

- Cup of awful tea from a coffee shop (Canadians don't know proper tea it seems)
- Two small grilled beef tortilla wraps with guacamole and homemade tortilla chips from this delish Mexican place
- sweet and salty peanut butter granola bar
- small bunch of grapes
- cheese rice cake

It's not dinner time over here yet, but I'll be having thai basil chicken and veg stir fry with jasmine rice. I'll prob snack on something else after too blush

I only seem to have gained .6lbs since my last midwife appointment in early December though so I'm not concerned. I just eat as I need to and whatever won't make me gag.

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