Thursday, August 25, 2011
AM drink: 24oz black coffee combined with 6.75oz (half the can from Whole Foods) coconut milk.
Lunch: none, really...but when I got home from work at about 4pm, I had a leftover sausage link from breakfast
Dinner: Kind of screwy. My son had a "back to school" event which was for the family, too. I meant to eat before heading that way, but I was not hungry at lunch and then I got busy and didn't get out of wore when I intended to. As a result, I had the sausage link of the kitchen counter (listed above) and the we went to the event which was a BBQ. I ended up having 2 burgers and 2 bratwurst, which wasn't too bad, except I know they were the frozen "crap in a box" as I like to call it variety. Also, there were NO burgers without BBQ sauce, which I know was the HFCS containing kind. But, I avoided the buns (even though there were NO utensils, either) and the cookies and the sugar water -- I mean "lemonade". So, I think I did pretty good.
PM snack: leftover pork chop, square Lindt 85
Activity: A few short walks during the day and then a decent amount of "walking around" at the back to school event. Probably got 15 min of good sun in 3-4 shorter stints. Also did some more walking after the event. Did NOT get around to doing LHT which I had planned for today as we got home late and were pretty exhausted by that point.
Cheats: Did you notice the "Dinner" section??
1) There was a box of donuts at work today. A co-worker brought them in as a "treat" for everyone and I suppose that meant me as well. They were situated that in order to get to/from my desk to anywhere I had to go past them. I walked past them each time and didn't succumb. This was probably a first.
2) Macros for the day: 2412 calories, 131g protein, 47g carbs, 184g fat. I don't know how for sure that my carb count is so low. I plugged myself with a 22g hit on the BBQ sauce (4tbsp serving size estimate) but it still seems low. Must be from not eating much early in the day. Most of my numbers seem "ok" but it doesn't *seem* like I ate well today. The fat is a little higher than usual -- that's the brats talking -- but even that's not too bad. Of course, none of this counts all the chemicals that were probably added to the boxed frozen burgers and brats have...