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Getting the White Carbs out of my house...

Sunday, February 17, 2013

So, I'm making an effort to get the white carbs out of my house.... but I can't justify throwing away food! So, I'll be honest and say I did not eat healthy at all this weekend! I was trying to get rid of all the naughty processed/refined foods so I ended up making banana pudding, baked spaghetti, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, baked potatoes, cheesy white rice and pancakes! I feel TERRIBLE. LOL. Maybe moderation was the approach I should've taken to ridding my pantries of white carbs, but wow.... I think I'm nearly over dosed on sugar!!!

In an effort to eat BETTER things... I bought whole grain pasta, rice and bread instead of the white stuff, MIO +caffeine instead of cokes, lots of fresh produce and some frozen veggies instead of potatoes and macaroni and lean pork chops, chicken breasts and extra lean ground beef instead of pepperoni, salami, bacon and you know.. the stuff my fiance loves!

Lucky for me, the fiance really did not complain when I came home from the store.... he even ate steamed carrots with his pork chops last night for dinner (OK so I had home style garlic Parmesan potatoes and cheesey italian bread with it..... eek!) but after my weekend sugar binge, I'm relieved all the white bread/noodles/pasta are gone! Hopefully, I bought so many yummy fresh things, I won't think too much about the processed things.....

Here's to tomorrow!

-S
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  • v MAMAJAHMAI
    Awesomeness!!! I feel ya on the white carb issue... Why does it have to taste sooo good!!! emoticon I need to do that too... Thanks for the motivation emoticon
    1191 days ago
  • v AMANDILANE
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  • v MIDROAD
    Here's to new days and new ways!
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    1192 days ago
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