I have gained 25lbs since my injury a year ago. Exercise has been horrible because it causes pain. I figure the only shot to beating this it to change what I eat. All the fruits and vegetables will be blended together because I hate vegetables and the sweetness of the fruit will cancel this out. Since half of this is a liquid diet will this affect the strength of my jaws?
I think im on the right track? Im following all the food group requirements so far.
>My BMR is 2100 calories
>My target calories intake for this day is 1800 calories is this safe? I dont think work comp will pay for my to see a dietrition.
1egg70/40; 1 cup Blueberries140g83/4; ½ cup Quaker oats 40g 150/25 + water
(1) Yoplait non fat yogurt 170g 100/0
(2) 1 cup of skim milk 245.0g 86/4
(3) 1slice of whole wheat bread 28.3g 120/20 tot fat 2g @ 4% DV
(4) 1 Tbsp of honey 10.5g 60/0
Fat Cal 40+4+.5+25+4= 73.5
1 1/2 cup Cherries 123.0g 111/3; 1 cup Broccoli 88.0g 30/0; 1 cup carrots 128.0g 52/3; 1/2 cup onions 80g 31/.5; 1 cup green peas 125g 70/5 + Water.
1 cup of pineapple juice 130/0
Fat Cal 3+3+5=11
Walnut 1/4 cup 28g 180/160 tot fat 18g @ 28%
2 Turkey Burgers 112g 240/140 tot fat 16g@ 24% DV
(1) 2 slices of whole wheat bread 56.6g 240/4 tot fat 4g @ 8% DV
(2) 1 Tbsp 17g Ketchup 15/0
Popcorn- ss 2 cup 8.0g 62/6
Fat cal 310
TOT for day 1800 Cal
L3-4: Mild bilateral facet arthroses.
L4-5: Mild desiccation and disc bulge. Mild bilateral facet arthroses.
L5-S1: Mild disc space narrowing and desiccation with a left central disc extrusion which extends dorsally up to 4mm. There is mild retrolisthesis of L5 on S1 of 2mm. There is mild ventral indentation on the dural sac and left S1 nerve root. There is no foraminal narrowing. Mild bilateral facet arthroses.