90s watermelon

My safe foods! (Least to greatest)

⁃ Yam noodles (0)
⁃ Tea (0)
⁃ Bullion (5)
⁃ Pickles (5 in a whole pickle)
⁃ Lettuce (5 calories in 1 cup shredded)
⁃ Celery (6 calories a stalk)
⁃ Spinach ( 7 calories per cup, fresh in bag)
⁃ Cucumber (10 calories per medium-sized)
⁃ Rice cakes (15 a cake)
⁃ Egg whites (15 per egg)
⁃ Sugar-Free Jello (20 a box)
⁃ Squash (20-25 per cup)
⁃ Nonfat turkey or chicken slices (20 per slice)
⁃ Baby food (20-100 calories a container, depending on what you get)
⁃ Carrots (25 in one medium-sized)
⁃ Tomato (30 calories in one large tomato)
⁃ Baby carrots (30 calories in 8)
⁃ Whole wheat bread (35-100 per slice (check brands))
⁃ Popcorn, microwaved or air popped as plain kernels without toppings (36 calories a cup (use salt))
⁃ Cabbage (40 a cup)
⁃ Strawberries (45 calories a cup)
⁃ Kiwi (50 in one medium-sized)
⁃ Broccoli (50 per cup)
⁃ Sweet potato (55 calories in one small sized)
⁃ Tomato juice or V8 (60 calories a cup)
⁃ Salsa (60 calories per cup (pair up with blue corn tortilla chips))
⁃ Crackers (60 in 5)
⁃ Red rasberries (65 a cup)
⁃ Edamame (65 calories in 2/3 cup)
⁃ Green beans (70 a can)
⁃ Apples (75-116 calories (depending on size))
⁃ Bananas (75-120 calories per banana (depending on size; eat after a purge to restore potassium))
⁃ Fat-free or sugar-free yogurt (80 per container)
⁃ Chicken (80 in a drumstick and 120 in a small breast)
⁃ Red kidney beans (85 in 2/3 cup)
⁃ Quinoa (85 calories in 1/3 cup)
⁃ Blueberries (85 per cup)
⁃ Veggie burger or tofu burger patty, (90 calories (without bread or dressing))
⁃ Vegetable soup, (90 in one cup)
⁃ Watermelon (90 calories in 2 cups)
⁃ Blue corn tortilla chips (90 in 10 chips)

anonymous asked:

I'm that anon that's planning to recover, and wanted to know any recipes for low cal smoothies or any type of snacks

Hey, love hope everything has been going well <3

Here’s a small collection of low cal snacks and smoothies for you that I found and enjoy:

1. Citrus Berry Smoothie-140 calories

  • 12 fl oz orange juice
  • 1 banana
  • 14 cup plain yogurt
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple chunks
  • 2 cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 tbsp agave nectar, optional
  • 1 cup ice cubes 

2. Orange Sunshine Smoothie-88 calories

  • 1 cup chopped fresh pineapple
  • ½ cup chopped peeled papaya
  • ¼ cup guava nectar, (see Ingredient Note)
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • 1 teaspoon grenadine, (see Ingredient Note)
  • ½ cup ice

I found some good and healthy snack foods as well that are under 100 calories

  • 1 cup of blueberries (85 calories)
  • 1 large egg (70-80 calories)
  • 1 medium apple (70 calories): I love topping it with some cinnamon and microwaving it a bit or you can make good mini apple pies with pre-made croissants or pie crust
  • 2 oz of lean beef (90 calories): Great for making spaghetti or pasta when you want a low-calorie option and there are so many amazing recipes out there
  • 1 small oatmeal cookie (65 calories)
  • Low fat and sodium soups are great (calories vary)
  • 2 ½ oz of salmon (99 calories)
  • 2 cups of watermelon (90 calories)
  • 2 cups of popcorn with 1 teaspoon of butter (95 calories): Seriously popcorn can be super healthy even when oil popped as long as you know whatès going in it!
  • 2 teaspoons of natural peanut butter (65 calories): It tastes amazing on granny smith apples or celery sticks so that’s another great option for a quick fix healthy snack
  • 1 cup of canned pure pumpkin (85 calories): Another great option for mini pies
  • 1 cup of salsa (70 calories): Top that with some chips and as long as it’s eaten in moderation it’s another very healthy choice
  • 1 cup of red raspberries (65 calories): Great for adding to smoothies or you can turn it into homemade jam if you mash and boil with some sugar and or honey. Also, a great spread for crackers on its own if mashed (my personal favourite way to have them)

Hope that helped and good luck again <3

Castiel Wants you to: Drink Water

If there is one thing that I know, it’s that humans need water. You’re made of over 65% water at your adult age, so the fact that so little of you are drinking the proper amount is concerning. 

Dean seems to think that taste – or lack thereof – is the problem. Is it because you’re used to sugary drinks, or do you simply need flavor? Sam seems to favor adding cucumbers or lemons to his water, I’ve even seen him add in oranges. 

During Dean’s health kick, he mentioned to me that watermelon is 90% water, so perhaps that would help you get the water into your system, it doesn’t matter how you do it, only that you actually do it

 So drink your water, I’ll drink it with you..even if I can taste all of the molecules. 

Watermelon slushy after History finals, it was exactly the subject I wanted 😊 Anyways it’s sooo easy to make and ideal for summer and keeping hydrating since watermelon is 90% made of water 🍉🍉 I scooped out probably ¼ of a watermelon for this one, froze the pieces overnight but a few hours should work too and blended the watermelon with fresh mint leaves. It’s so good, you have to try it ✌️🍉

23/05/17

calories in

  • banana (110)
  • apple (90)
  • watermelon (84)
  • cruskits (153)
  • crackers (132)
  • popcorn (126)
  • wafers (180)
  • chocolate (328)
  • lollies (123)

calories consumed = 1326cals

calories out

  • walking (583)

calories burned = 583cals

NET CALORIC INTAKE = 743cals