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Aug. 5th, 2010

So I've definitely decided to make a community for my "heavier" ana girls (and boys!).

The community will be for anyone with a starting BMI over 22 (I've lowered it a bit, because I know that even having a BMI in "normal" range can sometimes be isolating in the ED communities). No one will be kicked out once their BMI drops lower, and I won't ditch the community once my own drops lower.

I just need a good name for the community. So, if anyone has any ideas, please comment or message me. THANKS!

Pudding Recipe

Makes 4 1/2 cup servings, at 50 calories per serving.

I box sugar-free chocolate pudding mix
2/3 cup skim milk
2/3 cup Torani sugar-free syrup (whatever tasty flavor you like, my favorite is Hazelnut)
2/3 cup water

Mix it all together and pop it in the fridge to set.

I used to make this all the time, and it is sooo good. The next time I go grocery shopping, I plan to get some other sugar-free pudding flavors and experiment.

Torani sugar-free syrup is incredible BTW. 0 calories and so many amazing flavors. The raspberry is really good in Diet 7 Up (or any other diet lemon-lime soda).

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An Idea

I'm thinking about starting a community. Not to take away from any of the already great communities, but a community geared towards a more specific purpose.

My first idea is a community specifically to post recipes, meal ideas, products you love, etc.

The second idea is a community specifically for those with EDs that are also at a BMI over 25.  No one would have to leave the community after they reach a lower BMI, the only requirement would be that they start out at a higher weight.

What do you guys think?

I'm leaving this post open to everyone to get more feedback.

More "Safe" Foods

Oatmeal (Especially the kind that's super high in fiber!)
Kraft 100 calorie cheese packs (I just found these at the grocery store tonight. They make lots of different varieties - including mozzarella with garlic and herbs which I think will be good with some tomato!)
Fifty50 Jam (I think it's for diabetics, but it's only 5 calories for a tablespoon - I can spread it on a rye cracker or just eat a small spoonful for a quick sweet fix.)
Almond Butter (It's expensive - 6 dollars for a small jar, so it makes me want to conserve it. 190 calories for 2 tablespoons, but what I do is take a teaspoon and either spread it on a rye cracker or just eat it plain. Only about 32 calories. Also yummy with the Fifty50 jam.)
Broth

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My "Safe" Foods

carrots
celery
lettuce
apples
dill pickles
sugar-free Jell-O
Wasa crackers
Crystal Lite
diet soda
Splenda (preferably with fiber)
original Fiber One cereal
skim milk
Fiber One yogurt
egg whites
mustard
fat-free italian dressing
fat-free turkey slices
low-carb bread
Smart Ones
Weight Watchers 1 Point snack stuff
salsa
low calorie veggies
0 calories butter spray
Laughing Cow Light cheese
low calories soups
whole wheat English Muffins
fat-free cheese slices
100 calories snacks
Special K snacks
rice crackers
Lean Cuisine
Baked Tostitos
fat-free Mayo (10 calories, whoa yeah!)
tea
coffee
Bagel Thins
almond butter
tomatoes
bell peppers
onions
asparagus
artichokes
spaghetti squash
zucchini
mushrooms
garlic
spices
Tabasco sauce
Bocca, Morning Star products
Smart Pop 100 calories popcorn

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