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Day 3 JM Kickstart Diet

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Happy Hump Day Everyone!

I am feeling good this morning. Today is Day 3 of my JM Kickstart diet... Greek yogurt again this morning, just plain and it wasn't so bad. I only gagged once, ha ha! I had an easier time eating it after my quick weight check on the scale... I am seeing results already! NICE! However, I am not recording until the diet is finished (sunday night). In fact, I am so impressed I am going to save my final weight loss until Monday morning. Sorry, but I think the excitement will help me stay focused. So check my blog Monday for my overall weight loss on this 7 day deal. I'll tell you what though, I really didnt expect to see a big jump, but I can tell it's going to be good if I stick to the strickness! These fad diets that promise huge weight losses are not the best way to go about things, but I think a short spirt like this is used to get people into the Boday Revolution Program.

I got to Sprouts Farmers Market yesterday morning and got me some all natural hummus. It's like a healthy bean dip, similar to refried beans with salsa and sour cream (my old fav). I love it heated up! Thanks to those of you that fille dme in on what it was and where I could pick it up.... good support! It's the main filling of what I'm eating this week.

While driving by the Taco shop tis morning on my way to work (where I use to buy my morning burritos), I realized that I havent even had fast food in over a month! HOT DANG! I use to eat a breaskfast or beans and cheese burrito in the morning and then hit jack in the box or taco bell for lunch during the week, and probably almost as bad on the weekends. I have been eating at home for breakfast (something healthy) and packing my lunch everyday! As far as my dinners go, we grill some sort of meat and have veggies or fruit for a side. I have cut back on steaks to 1-2 times per week too (use to be 3-4). Its crazy how much I have changed over the last 7 weeks! All for the good and thanks to the support of my spark buddies! You all rock!

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    Thanks for the feedback, Kitty I hope you are doing better! I understand you need some time to chill and relax right now.

    Misha - Yeah the diet stuff is hard to go really strict. I wasn't doing bad before I started this 7 day thing, but I was kinda stuck. It's good to switch things up a bit. It helps keep your body guessing and from what i can tell, it gets you out of a rut! I'm thinking this greek/plain yogurt deal isnt so bad! Ive heard other swear by it, which I'm not too hardcore on fads. Be careful on the southbeach diet if you try it. I would modify the cheese to 1-2 servings per day. I'm with you, too much cheese is no good for me. I love it, but it's really high in cholesterol (I need the opposite). You have to do what works for you. Try stuff and shake things up week to week. New stuff every week with your workouts and diet is key! And yeah, the hummus rocks... I love dip and its right there for me!
    2109 days ago
    You are doing fantastic. I am so very impressed with everything you've been doing. You have such determination and willpower. I'm really proud to know you and have you as a spark friend.

    Thanks for the constant inspiration.
    2109 days ago
    Awesome! It's amazing how gross fast food seems when you haven't had it on a long time!
    2109 days ago
    I'm glad the greek yogurt isn't *as* bad as before! And I'm happy you are seeing results! I love Sprouts, because they always seem to have some of the best produce outside of a farmer's market. Hummus is pretty awesome right? I'm so happy you're seeing success, I know that I really need to buckle down on my diet, but I just really don't like the idea of eating so much meat (after being vegan for a year, I still have issues). The doctor recommended I follow a South Beach Diet program, but it just freaks me out to have so much cheese and meat.
    2109 days ago
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