I'm afraid to say Cynthia and Carol that I am one who is on the dark side - I eat meat
However, DH and I do eat semi-veg some days - beans and greens, that kind of good comfort food. We eat very little red meat - mostly chicken, eggs, and low-fat cheese. I do allow myself the indulgence of a good lean pork tenderloin grilled the way only DH can grill it now and then. I must say that since I started back on Spark - determined - in May, I eat very little meat and chicken and tons of fresh spinach, leaf and romaine lettuce, cukes, tomatoes, and all kinds of fresh fruits.
Having a dog to walk is a big plus because it's forced exercise - good for you and for the dog. Unfortunately, I have a 20+ lb. 14 yr. old Pug who thinks 50 ft. constitutes a long walk. As a result, I wind up carrying her and with my bum hip, I can't do that anymore. So, I do my walking and jogging in a swimming pool. I've been thinking about getting another dog and if I do, it is going to be one I can walk with - not carry
It is good to have you on the team, Cynthia
This really is a great team. We have a lot of fun but everyone is always there to encourage and support each other - and give each other a
on those days when things aren't going so great. If you use your Nutrition Tracker faithfully; check your daily report to make sure you're getting the nutrients you need; stay active with your teams; and have fun along the way - you can't miss
Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He wlll make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6
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