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Did great til 7pm


Thursday, January 05, 2012

So, yesterday, I decided to focus on Michael Pollan's advice to "eat food, not too much, mostly plants". I had oatmeal with fruit, flaxseed and almonds for breakfast. Post run, a cup of homemade minestrone soup. For lunch, I had a vegetable stir fry at a Thai restaurant (little oil and sauce) with white rice.

So, far so good. I was eating food, not too much and mostly plants. I did mindlessly eat the mints that came with check at the restaurant. We went to Barnes and Noble after lunch and I did well staying out of the Starbucks there and resisted the chocolate chip cookies. Also, I did not buy the Godiva chocolate bars as I paid for my books and magazines.

I even noticed that I felt different, lighter for that matter. Does digesting food make one feel heavier? Since my family is on a no junk food challenge, I stayed away from the snack bar at Sam's Club even though I wanted to have a milk shake for on the way home. I resisted the urge to stop at the DQ for a sugar rush halfway home.

Wow! you might be thinking I did so well yesterday. WRONG! We arrived home about 7 pm and I was getting hungry (It must be a real workout resisiting all that junk food). I decided to eat the apple I was carrying around with me all day, just in case. I should have stopped with that, but decided to have some toast. I ended up eating 6 slices. I am not happy with my decision to eat 6 slices of bread, mainly because the first 2 satisfied me and I did not "need" to eat the other 4.

That is something I need to work on - stop eating when I am satisfied. I have a tendency to eat more than I should at a sitting. I need to keep in mind the sensation I had in the morning and afternoon when I ate just enough to be satisfied and did not overeat.

Let's see how I do today....
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LIV2RIDE 1/5/2012 11:09AM

    I'm much the same way with bread. I could eat a whole loaf in 2 days. I have to freeze it and make it so much of an effort that I often don't go to it anymore. I now will take out only what I want, put it in the toaster oven and then eat it. I don't like going all the way out to the garage to get stuff out of the freezer so it's helping me stay away from the bread. Good luck today! emoticon

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