We got through banana day, which honestly wasn't that bad. I got 4 bananas and 4 yogurts and it was enough for me yesterday. I may have a new obsession with Light & Fit's Vanilla yogurt. Kind of loved it. Doesn't hurt that they're 10/$7/ #winning
Today is Tomatoes and Fowl day. Now I'm not a huge tomato person so I anticipated today being a challenge. What I decided to do was make it fool proof. I had some plain chicken for breakfast cut into strips and a lot of water to aid in feeling full. I then cooked up 6 chicken breast tenders and some tomatoes in preparation for today. I boiled all 6 then shredded them up. While they were doing their ting I took 3 tomatoes and diced them up. Threw them in a skillet with 1tsp of Olive Oil and a ton of Mrs. Dash's & Garlic & Cajun Seasonings. I let them simmer till soft then threw in the chicken for about 5 minutes.
After everything cooled I portioned them out into 4 meals. 3 smaller 1/4 servings and 1 full cup serving. So far I've eaten 1 1/4 cup serving and the 1 cup serving. Both were delicious and surprisingly filling. It could have to do with an over load of protein. Either way I love it. I have lost around 5 pounds total. The healthy eating (sort of healthy) kick start is something I'm really enjoying. I'm signing up for a boot camp session here in the Boro every Tuesday and Thursday at 6am. Hopefully that will help me get my butt in gear for the wedding where I'll be seeing ex's and frenemies, and everything else going on.
Tomorrow reverts back to your nonrmally scheduled eating. Fowl and Veggies and then the next day the miracle soup as well as reintroducing carbs. So I'll be doing my version of soup and some brown rice and more veggies. Hopefully this better eating trend sticks around for a while!
Any suggestions or plans that work for the future?