These days are whizzing by! I can't complain though because the faster they go, the faster I can have gluten and a beer again! HA! Today I was fascinating over pasta and french fries. But nope, I didn't cave and I won't!
Today has been about the same as yesterday. My sleep wasn't as good, but I'm dealing with some ankle pain from rolling it a couple weeks ago and for some reason it caused me some discomfort while I slept last night. I still felt rested though and hardly yawned today. I can't believe I have gone FOUR DAYS WITHOUT COFFEE! I don't think that has ever happened to me...well, when I was a child, yes...but I have no clue how many years I have been drinking coffee! The gas was minimal today too, but I only had 1 scoop of protein powder this AM. Tomorrow the protocol is 3 protein shakes so we'll see how I do!
I felt more brain clarity today and thankfully not like a space cadet.
Here's what I ate today:
Breakfast: 1 scoop OptiCleanseGHI Vanilla protein powder mixed with water. 1 scoop Organic Brown Rice Puff cereal and 1 cup coconut milk.
Lunch: Ground Chicken Hash and 1 peach.
Snacks: Veggie Pack (organic carrots, radishes and cucumbers), 1 sesame seaweed pack, 1 brown rice cake
Dinner: 4.5 oz grilled chicken tenders, 1/2 cup Jasmine rice and 1 cup steamed green beans
Late night snack: 1 turkey burger (plain)
Total Calories: 1220 (Carbs 42%, Fat 21%, Protein 37%)--it's so hard to eat low carbs when you eat a lot of veggies and fruit! UGH!
I'm gearing up for the days of no meat coming up next week! Pinterest is helping me find something to eat!
I'll update again tomorrow!
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