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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

This morning I ate quinoa, mushrooms for breakfast along and shortly after greek yogurt with honey. I was able to resist the morning Donut Day and I pick them up for the office!!!

I used to eat a juice, chocolate milk, a bagel, 10 munchkins and maybe a coffee roll on Wednesdays. They were always my gluten days. Today I was able to resist everything until 1pm when I had a sweet tooth and had some munchkins. The sad part is 2 munckins had no jelly so I ate two more.
But I am not having anymore and I have had only water to drink all morning.

I think eating some quinoa and then some yogurt is a good start because it fills me up and allows me to resist bad eating. I did sneak quinoa whenever I felt a little hungry through out the day.

For lunch I had some salad and quinoa and I feel clear and good. Unlike when I usually feel tired and full, sick, sluggish. I am starting to get a little hungry again so I am going to eat some tomatos from our garden. I will not eat any more munchkins!

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    1978 days ago
    I hadn't considered quinoa and mushrooms for breakfast, but that would probably do a nice protein and carb boost first thing in the morning, and it'd taste good. :)

    Keep going!
    1978 days ago
    1978 days ago
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