i know this is a bit of a continuation on our discussion about where to eat out in sa, but i have made a bit of a crazy discovery that i thought i should share.
now, personally, i aim to eat meals that are about 200-300 calories. this way, i have the opportunity for lots of snacks and small meals. i tend to get cranky if i don't eat often, or if i eat meals that are too big and i feel too stuffed. and no, it has nothing to do with my blood sugar, just my temperament. of course occasionally i will make my enchiladas and be very happy, but most of the time i try to keep the portions small.
okay, now, we were saying just last week that kauai should be a good option for eating out/take away. what is great, is that kauai gives nutritional information about their menu: http://126.96.36.199/$sitepreview/kauai.co.za/nutritional_info.cfm
as does global wrapps:
why are these wrapps so calorific?! is there no safe place to eat?
mi vami, where i usually get falafel in pita, always seems like a healthy option. but i went there on friday with a friend, and when i got home to track what i had eaten, it was over 500 calories! that's as much as a big mac (540 calories)!!!
i am feeling a bit frustrated at the moment. i love to go out for lunch with friends, and will be doing it even more often when i am back at work in january - where can i go to get a healthy meal?? i love going for sushi, but that isn't always an option. i bring my own lunch to work most days, but on days when i can't? am i doomed to over eat??
where can we go in sa to get our healthy alternatives?
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