A Day in

Jul 1, 2001

•For breakfast I'll have a small

glass of orange juice and two

slices of toast-or the equivalent

-and a cup of coffee with milk

and artificial sugar.

•For lunch I'll have a bowl of soup

and half a sandwich.

•At 4:00 p.m., I'll have a cup of tea

with milk, 11/2 teaspoons of sugar

and a couple of crackers.

•For dinner I have about two slices

of meat, a green vegetable and

about 3/4 cup of rice or potatoes.

•Then, before bed, I'll have a glass

of skim milk.

•When I get up at 1 a.m., I'll have

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