Today was sort of an "eh" start to getting serious about the food part of Primal living. Breakfast was two hamburger patties with mustard. Yummy and filling.
I didn't have time before work to get to the grocery store near my house for some snacks. I ended running in to the Family Dollar near my bus stop and grabbing two "giant" meat sticks. Slim Jims but not Slim Jims.
At work I read the labels; they had sugar and soy sauce in them. I ate them because that's what I had.
Lunch time, I went around the corner to the soup and salad place I frequent. I asked for the daily special because I was in a hurry. Romaine, diced chicken, walnuts, craisins, parmesan cheese, and balsamic vinegar.
After work at home, I did ten minutes of gentle exercise. I have markers for Marfan syndrome including hyperflexible joints, so really wild exercise has never been for me. For supper I had two hamburger patties with mustard.
Having read somewhere that recovery from years of SAD can take three years or more, I am not looking to go through some sort of Primal boot camp or to wow anyone like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis. But I do need to be more focused about avoiding sugar and soy. So, on we go.