Goals for this week:
How about doing the primal diet? ~_^ Not surprisingly, after eating so SADly, I've gained all the water weight I'd lost before, doh! Yay for looking pudgy!
Saturday, July 16
B Berries, honeydew, yogurt. Coffee, coffee, coffee with whole milk.Have this weird thing going on that I'm hungry, but I don't want to eat/chew.
D Coconut milk pudding (coconut milk, cocoa powder, some unmentionable amount of sugar, tablespoon cornstarch). Lobster, mayo, bun.
Sunday, July 17
L Wendy's spicy chicken, Oreo frosty, fries. Coffee, coffee, coffee with whole milk.Roasted the chicken, and it came out great. It was really easy!
D Ice cream. Roasted chicken drumstick. Latenight snack: munched on honeydew and carrots.
Monday, July 18
B Two small wedges of quiche.
L OMG. This has to stop. I had pancakes. I wasn't even hungry, or craving pancakes/carbs. I don't understand!
L2: could feel myself going for another binge, so grabbed a cup of mixed frozen berries.
D Was in a bad mood and didn't eat dinner. Was able to stop myself from grabbing chocolate ice cream just because I didn't want people to see me "moody" :P
Tuesday, July 19
B 3 bacon slices, cucumber sticks dipped in cottage cheese and 2 hamburger patties wrapped in lettuce.
D Grilled Piri-piri pork, french vanilla ice cream.
Wednesday, July 20
B Dakjuk (chicken, chicken stock, eggs)
D Portuguese Caldo Verde soup (collards, potatoes, chorizo, chicken broth) - Use up all the collards and keep some soup to eat for breakfast.
Thursday, July 21
B Leftover soup.
D Sesame chicken with cauliflower rice; Caldo Verde leftovers.
S More M&Ms. Rollercoaster cravings that started last week. You dummy.
Friday, July 22
B 2 egg fritatta, in butter. Oh, how I missed eggs *licks lips*
D Flounder with collards *shrug*
I'm going to stop tracking on Fitday until eating well becomes second nature. After moving to USA, my diet became basically high-grain and packaged food, and eating a lot of junk was encouraged while studying, watching TV, after every meal... even at school...
I miss high-school in Portugal, the school food was as good as our mom's food. Compared to USA it was like going to a fine restaurant every day! And even better, we had one hour lunch break to enjoy it... which we could spend at the cafeteria, or go for a walk at the town's gardens/plaza, or go to a coffee house for a cappuccino, or go to the beach and enjoy the salty air smell, and jump around in the waves with our jeans folded up... or take a nap!
Aaaaaanyway, I'm just going to concentrate on eating good food. Once the habit/desire for junk goes away, I might backlog my entries to see what I need to adjust from a nutrient-standpoint.
* Hamburger patties: 1 lb ground pork, 1 lb ground turkey, 2 eggs, minced garlic and onion, cayenne, cumin, salt and pepper. Optional: Parmesan or cottage cheese.
* Quiche: 8 eggs, 1/4 can of coconut milk, a huge bunch of spinach, wilted in coconut oil or butter. Paprika, thyme. Optional: cottage cheese.
* Dakjuk (chicken porridge): Shredded chicken, 2 cups chicken stock, minced onions, carrots and celery, egg. Optional: 1/4 cup cooked rice, a nice cracked egg on top of hot bowl.