Day 84 & 85: Grilled Turkey Sausage and Zuchini Onion Kabobs!

We had turkey sausage with cream sauce again! This time we put the zuchini on skewers with little onions. Everything turned out absolutely scrumptious yet again! The sausages have 170 calories each and the 3 kabobs only have about 50 calories!

We also worked out on Wii Fit last night instead of the EA Active. We found the Wii Fit island track to be a bit more entertaining than the EA Active track. Plus on the Wii Fit version we got to chase a small puppy the whole way. What could be more fun?


Brian=+1,572 Lisa=-12,980

7/15-7/16 Brian Lisa
Total Calories Consumed 4,998 4,025
# of Steps 18,864 17,999
# of calories for steps 660 630
# calories living 3,600 3,600
Total Calories Burned 4,260 4,230
Net Effect for Day 738 -205
# of Push Ups 30 20
# of Sit Ups 60 75
# of Minutes Ran 12 12

Day 63: Great Weigh-In this Week!

It’s Friday, so we knew we would want to drink. No worries if you plan ahead though! Brian got tons of steps by cleaning the house so he could enjoy his night, and we both decided to have just a few english muffin treats instead of a large dinner.

Also, we decided to do our weekly weigh-in today. We certainly dread it, and were nervous about it all day! Much to our surprise, Brian lost another 15.7 pounds and Lisa lost 7.7 pounds. Even better, Brian anhilated his goal to get back into the normal BMI range. A normal BMI is between 18.5-25, and Brian is now down to 23.8!  Meanwhile is Lisa has hit her lowest weight ever! Her goal was to reach 115 pounds (her former best weight), and she is now down to 111 pounds! Enjoy our pictures from Wii-Fit below.


Brian= +1,803         Lisa= -12,192

  Brian Lisa
Rice Chips 0 130
100 cal. Pk. 0 100
Fruit by the Foot 0 80
Vodka 130 195
Mini Muffin Garlic Bread 175 175
Mini Muffin Pizzas 330 330
Mini Muffin Sandwich 130 130
Turkey 45 0
Beer 1,386 0
Jerky 260 0
Cheerios 0 110
Carrots & Celery 0 50
Total Calories Consumed: 2,456 1,300
# of Steps 16,062 8,317
# of calories for steps 562 291
# calories living 1,440 1,440
Total Calories Burned 2,002 1,731
Net Effect for Day 454 -431


Day 29: Healthy Pasta and Wii-Fit Weigh In

Today we enjoyed 2 servings of whole grain pasta with Classico Roasted Garlic Sauce. We wanted to add some ground beef but found that one 4 oz serving of 80/20 ground beef has 270 calories. While this is some of the saddest news we learned (I mean really who doesn’t like pasta with meatballs), we did feel it was important to share. We suggest adding  some vegetables to your sauce, and find this works particularly well with the Classico Light Cream Sauce.

Last night when we were tempted to munch-out we thought it would be a good idea to weigh-in, instead. Despite what our calorie tracker is saying, the Wii Fit says Brian has lost 2.2 lbs. and Lisa has lost 1.8 lbs.!!! While we were still tempted to snack out, we somehow managed to restrain.

FYI– Tune in soon for a new Tea Show! We will be featuring the Libre Tea Large Gass n’ Poly tea glass and thier Organic Ming Mei Green Tea.


Lisa= -1,498


A Delicious Dinner Just Over 500 Calories


  Lisa Brian
Oatmeal 130 160
Coffee 50 0
Apple Chips 58 0
100 cal. Pk. 100 0
Rice Cakes 210 0
Jerky 70 70
Watermelon 190 190
Galric 10 10
Whole Grain Pasta 360 360
Pasta Sauce 150 150
Total Calories Consumed: 1,328 940
# of Steps 12,068 12,684
# of calories for steps 422 444
# calories living 1,440 1,440
Total Calories Burned 1,862 1,884
Net Effect for Day -534 -944

Day 27 – Wii Fit Weigh-in. Fat Little Avatars.

We both weighed-in last night even though neither of us were feeling very good about our diet. We weren’t terribly suprized by the results. Brian gained a couple pounds and Lisa stayed about the same. Neither of us lost weight. There’s probably 3 big reasons for that – 1) night-snacking – we’ve been eating a lot of calories in the evenings before bed, 2) no exercise – we haven’t been exercising lately, 3) drinking too much – mainly Brian’s downfall.

Starting today, we’re both wearing pedometers. Soon, we’re going to set a “steps” goal for ourselves everyday; meaning that we’re going to try to get a certain number of steps logged on our pedometer each day. We’ll be recording our daily steps here on our blog, so we encourage all of you to wear a pedometer and count your steps with us!

Weighing-in on the Wii Fit can be especially cruel, because they adjust the waistsize of your little avatar (Nintendo Mii) according to your ACTUAL weight! You use your Nintendo Mii as your avatar in other games besides Wii Fit, so this can be embarrassing!!!

5/18/2011 Brian Lisa
soup 150 150
garlic 5 5
half chicken breast 150 150
veggies 150 150
100 calorie packs 100 100
sauces 40 10
sunflower seeds 90 0
apple chips 58 58
cracker chips 110 110
goldfish 280 280
cherrios 0 110
carrots & celery 0 50
fruit by the foot 0 80
coffee creamer 0 50
Total: 1133 1303

Mexican Shrimp Cocktail Recipe and Brian Lost 7 More Pounds!!!

Lisa’s out of town! You know what that means, Brian gets to eat fish!!!  I love fish. Seafood is one of my favorite catagories of food. Unfortunately, Lisa doesn’t even like me eating it around her. So, I eat it when she’s not around! This Mexican shrimp cocktail is one of my favorite treats when Lisa’s not around. I frequently run to the local taco shop behind her back, but very seldom do I get to make my own batch at home.

Also, weighed-in this morning on the Wii Fit, and I’ve lost 7 more pounds!!! The calorie-counting really seems to be working, so we’re encouraged that we haven’t been weighing all our food on a postal scale for no reason! 🙂

Lisa actually did manage to count her calories on vacation, and I think she plans to everyday. Below is our calorie chart.

  Lisa       Brian  
Salad   50     Wheat Thins   130  
Pretzels   120     Cream Cheese   30  
Red Barron Pizza   663     Shrimp Cocktail   750  
      Crackers   180  
      Bud Select 55   165  
      Jerky   210  
  833       1465  

Mexican Shrimp Cocktail recipe:


2 lbs cooked, peeled, deveined shrimp

several shakes of Tapatio hot sauce

1 or 2 large bottles of Clamato

2 cucumbers

3 avacados

1/2 onion

4 limes

First, peel the cucumbers, slice them down them middle, and scoop the seeds out with a spoon. Then, dice all your veggies into small pieces as if for a salsa. Then, cut the tails off your shrimp, squeeze in the juice from the limes, and add clamato to your preference – but at least enough to submerge your ingredients. Finally, shake in some Tapatio and fresh cracked pepper and stir everything together before chilling it in the fridge.

In my Mexican shrimp coctail, I tried using a little V8 juice to thicken it a little, but I didn’t like it as well as if I had used just Clamato. Also, I recommend using Tapatio hot sauce in your shrimp cocktail, but made my with Cholula – as you’ll see in the pictures. Additionally, I used a whole onion in my cocktail yesterday, but I would definitely recommend a half onion or perhaps 3/4 onion. Forgot to de-seed my cucumbers as well. Later, I spoke with a friend of mine who is a professional cook, and he said that it would be better if I had de-seeded the cucumber. It wasn’t bad with the seeds, but I think he’s right about removing them. Four limes worked out fine, but if you really enjoy lime juice in your cocktail – it could take at least a couple more. I did some math and figured that the whole batch was about 2500 calories and about 10 servings worth of food. So, each serving should be about 250 calories. 


DAY 1 – Low-Carb Pizza, Mile Run, and Fatty Photos!!!

Today was officially the first day of our new diet, and we started out with a low-carb pizza, a mile run around the outside of our apartment complex, and taking fatty photos. We were going to weigh-in on our Wii-fit board, but it turns out our Wii is broken! 😦    So, we’re going to have to buy a new one soon to weigh-in and start using EA Active.

The low-carb pizza was awesome, and we’re definitely going to make this one again.


A Whole Zuchini

A Whole Tomato

A Whole Green Pepper

Half  of an Onion

Quarter Cup of Spinach


Low-Fat Mozzarella Cheese

Light Alfredo Sauce

It’s pretty simple, just cover the bottom of your oven safe (pan or pans) with the alfredo sauce, cover that with shredded mozzarella cheese, spread pepperoni on top of that, and then pile on all of the vegetables! Then, bake it in the oven at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.

Welcome to Healthy Professionals Food Blog!!!

Welcome to our new food blog! We are busy professionals on a low-calorie diet, and we’re going to use this blog to share our meals and experiences with you. Hopefully, this will be a daily blog featuring picures of our meal, and our experiences making and eating it. Also, we will feature our exercise experiences using the Nintendo Wii and other conventional methods of exercise. On the Wii, we’ll be using Wii Fit Plus and EA Active. Future blogs may include videos, such as instructional cooking videos and exercise videos.

Stay tuned and give us all your feedback!

Brian and Lisa!

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