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    Default Sandwiches for all people.

    Taken from some Womens Health and Fitness Magazine.

    *Recipies for the things you have to make aside will be in another post

    Muscle Building Sandwich

    2 slices of raisin bred
    1tbsp bbq sauce
    115g grilled salmon or pork
    3-4 rings of red onion
    1/4 cup of baby spinach
    85g apple, bok choy, ginger slaw*

    Nutrients per serve:
    Carbs: 53g
    Protien: 34g

    Fat Burning Sandwich

    1 whole-meal bun toasted
    1 chick-pea burger patty*
    3-4 rngs of onion
    1 tick large lsice of tomato
    4 slices of cucumber - waifer thin
    1 leaf romaine lettuce
    1tbs olive tapenade

    layer in this order: chick-pea burger, onions, tomato, cucumber, romain lettuce. spread tapenage on top half of bun.

    Nutrients per serve:
    Calories: 424
    fat: 16g
    Carbs: 56g
    Protien: 15g

    Energy Sparking Sandwich

    60g goat cheese
    1 slice of 9 grain wholemeal bread
    1tsp of shallots minced
    1 small beet, cooked peels and sliced
    1/4 cup of watercress
    1 lemon wedge

    Nutrients per serve:
    Calories: 330
    Fat: 15g
    Carbs: 33g
    Protien: 17g

    Disease Fighting sandwich

    1 whole meal pita bred
    1/4 cup of mashed sweet potato
    1/2 cup garlic sauteed spinach
    60g tofu, cubed
    2tsp mint
    1/4 cup of roasted capsicum slices
    1/4 cup crushed pinapple.

    Nutrietns per serve
    Calories: 395
    Fat: 14g
    Carbs: 59g
    Protien: 15g

    Mood Enhancing Sandwich


    2cups halved pecans
    1tbsp broan sugar
    1tbsp canola oil
    1 slice of 'Tip Top' sultana and choc swirled bread (I'm sure you can find something similar)

    Grind pecans very fin, add sugar and oil, mix to make pecan butter. Spread 1tbsp of this butter on bread.

    Nutrients per serve:
    Calories: 193
    Fat: 6g
    Carbs: 33g
    Protien: 4.4g

    Just a note: dont be discouraged by calories and fat as if you're working out as you actually need to increase the amount of fats and calories your body gets per day to function properlly - a lesson I learnt the hard way. If you're trying to lose weight, just half the sandwiches, put the other half away and have it the next day for lunch.

    Besides, who doesnt love a good sandwich?
    Last edited by Lani; December 17th, 2005 at 04:55 AM.

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