Saturday, August 20, 2016

Day 20: 21 Day Cleanse

ONE MORE DAY!!!  Whoop!!  I'm SO SO proud of myself for doing this.  I only have 24 more hours to survive and if I can do it for 20 days, I certainly can do it for 1 more day!!!  I'm already dreaming about my egg breakfast on Monday...

Here's what I ate today:

Breakfast:  1 protein shake (1 scoop OptiCleanse GHI vanilla protein powder and 1 scoop Organix PhytoFood) mixed with water.  1 cup organic brown rice puffs with 1 cup SoDelicious WalnutAlmond Milk (trying this out and it's good!)

Lunch:  1 cup GoGo Organic Quinoa pasta with turkey patty, water chestnuts, zucchini, artichokes and pine nuts.  1 medium peach.

Afternoon snack:  1 can wild salmon with 1/2 avocado, celery and lemon juice.  About 15 gluten free crackers (toasted sesame brown rice and chickpea)

Dinner:  1 mahi mahi filet, 1/2 cup organic quinoa and 1/2 bag of steamed mixed veggies

After dinner:  1.5 chicken patty and 1/4 organic seeds and nuts

Total calories:  about 1600.  41% carbs, 34% protein and 24% fat.  LOVE THIS!  The trainer at the gym wants me to eat about 1400 calories.  I'm going to strive to hit between 1400 and 1600 and see how I do coming off this cleanse.  I'm going to shoot to keep my carbs to get no higher than 40% (preferably around 30-35%)  fats <25 35="" 40="" and="" at="" least="" nbsp="" p="" preferably="" protein="">
Tomorrow I'm heading to Costco to get a few things that I will need now that I'm off this cleanse.  What i don't want to happen after this cleanse to is to binge eat horrible food.  So, I'll pace myself.  Ha!  I'm eating lunch and dinner out on Monday because I have meetings so there are 2 treats already!

That's the report from here.  One more day to go!!


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