B- Steak n eggs--6 oz lean steak with 2 eggs, over easy, fried in butter with roasted red bell peppers. Today is my Birthday, and since I can't do cake, that is what I thought I would have to celebrate :0) Talking about no cake, making the blueberry butter balls for my treat today.
L- No lunch for me today! Felt nauseated all morning, actually it was almost time to make dinner before I even began to feel like eating! I read in another thread that perhaps the nausea meant that I was burning fat--I sure hope so!
D- Only thing that sounded good to me was some browned ground beef a couple fried eggs and some green beans. Bleh.
This is the start of my second week on PB. Been reading all I can on the forum, and hoping to pick up the PB book this coming weekend, and I want to order the cookbook as well. I haven't lost anymore weight, but I can understand, giving that I did loose 11lbs the first week, and that is alot for a body to get used to. Going to start exercising this week. Going to start nice and easy.. I have a couple dvds that start out at 12 minute workouts and work up to 45 for cardio, and I am going to start doing some light weights. I like the idea of kettleballs and I will have to see if there is anywhere locally that I can pick them up, rather than paying shipping! For play, going to work on my belly dancing, as that is a phenomenal core workout.
I do need to work on weaning myself off of soda. I am down to 1 coke zero or sprite zero a day, and I would like to get that down to a few times a week. Summer is coming and I drink tea by the gallon, unsweetened and that is what I am going to switch to. Oh and a TMI, since cutting out the grains my noisy tummy has truly slacked off and any gas issues have been alleviated, which is great. No longer have to blame the dogs! LOL!!
**Another interesting side note--when my blood sugar is low (80-150), I don't seem to need my glasses as much as when my blood sugars are high (200 and up) Yet another reason, for me anyway, to eat Primal. I remember my GP telling me that when your blood sugar is high, glucose gathers in your eyes and affects your vision, and when it is under control, the glucose is drawn away. Not sure how truly true it is--could have just said that to have me keep things in line--but with Diabetes having contributed to my mom going legally blind, I am willing to take the better eyesight!**
Last edited by Spinner; 06-02-2010 at 09:37 PM.
Every day is another stitch in the quilt of life.
Re-Start date 6/23/2011
me--Post pregnancy --mama to a beautiful baby boy--