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Dinner out last night!

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

So last night was my dinner out. I was supposed to do it the night before but some evening plans kind of messed that up and I opted to do my night out last night when I could relax and not be rushed through my meal. I went to Conner's Steak house. I ordered a 6 oz filet, cooked rare +, broccoli and a salad. After dinner I had creme Brûlée that I shared with my husband and a few bites of my son's chocolate mousse cake! The whole meal was fantastic and delicious and made all 19 days worth the wait! This morning I was afraid to step on the scale but once I did I was just .2 pounds up! So I've learned to make some great choices for my body and I feel so much better! I am excited to continue on discovering what things work and do not work for me. I hope all you planners out there have some great success stories! My mom is starting it today so I am going to try and just keep doing it along with her-my aunt started a few days ago and I have friends at work now doing it along with me as well! I'm so thankful for discovering the plan as it sure has made a difference in my life! Oh, and my total loss was 14 pounds! Pretty good I think for a 20 day food plan!
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    That's great. I would take only a .2 gain to eat steak out with desert! I retried bread and passed. I am reactive to either wine or chocolate, not sure which and as I had it when I had steak with bacon, I will retry that, too. I love this diet as well, so easy once you get prepared and you learn so much about your body. I'm on day 15 and down 10.7 lbs. My daughter is law is now doing it and my sister will start next week. emoticon
    1845 days ago
    Congratulations on your weight loss as well as the good choices while eating out! emoticon
    1845 days ago
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