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Food/Exercise journal~~Wednesday

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Today's exercise was an early morning walk up and down our long driveway a few times. Then a strength training marathon in the afternoon: 20 minutes abs, 40 minutes lower body, and 60 minutes upper body weights.

Breakfast was nice and simple. I started out with this locally-made rye/sunflower bread. It's so dense you almost need a saw to cut it and it's crazy with sunflower seeds. Look how pretty it is.

I toasted it up and spread it with 1/2 an avocado and tempeh bacon--and coffee w/ soy creamer.

Mid-morning I had 2 bananas and some more coffee. Sometimes I really crave bananas.

For lunch I had a green smoothie, I've been having some form of green smoothie on a daily basis for over a month now. I'm addicted! This one was unsweetened chocolate almond milk, banana, figs, rice protein, and loads of spinach. And there's the lovely Artemis statue that Garry gave me for my birthday.

I had some of these kale chips. I made these in the dehydrator; I had a new recipe for Thai kale chips and they're great, but so rich. I couldn't even finish this tiny serving. Very potent!

Dinner was brown rice [it's under all the vegetables] with vegetables and Thai tofu.

Watermelon for dessert!

And here's my Garry--look how young he looks and he's 54 years old. Clean living and pure thought have triumphed again! Yeah, right...I think it's the green smoothies.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GREENCAT1 6/1/2013 8:04PM

    Looks delish!

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BEAUTIFUL_REINA 5/30/2013 12:48PM

    You eat so healthy, Eydie. If I could just eat at your house everyday I just KNOW I'd be thinner.

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TUGBOAT88 5/30/2013 9:05AM

    love it

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DS9KIE 5/29/2013 11:07PM


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