Monday, March 16, 2009

emoticonWell guys, good news. As of last Wednesday I have been eating my oatmeal. It is the first time since I started this diet that I went this long and I don't want to stop. I am even getting up early so I can have it for breakfast and at a decent hour. Eight or nine instead of eleven or twelve. Yes, I'm proud of myself. emoticon
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    Good for you girl you know you can jazz up oatmeal anyway. Berries, and sunflower seeds that is my fav. Some almonds crushed, with cinnamon, you can put a little oatmeal in your smoothies. Yummy! I amsure you will have that ole cholesterol saying what hit me what bit me!!.
    3372 days ago
    We keep hearing how oatmeal is good for lowering cholesterol and not enough about how good it can taste with some fresh fruit and just a bit of honey. I have to remember to have it more often because I do have high cholesterol. Yes, you should be proud of yourself for your sensible food choices. Way to go, and keep it up! emoticon
    3376 days ago
  • CACO***
    Good job! Keep up the great work.

    3382 days ago
  • MOGAL1946
    emoticon Keep that streak agoing! Oatmeal is so good for you and keeps you full longer than say a doughnut! You are doing a great job!
    3382 days ago
    emoticon emoticon That is FANTASTIC Dee. Keep up the great work!!! You CAN continue this streak!!!

    3383 days ago
    Dee, Great job! I'm proud of your achievement, and I am sure you will reap the many benefits of eating a good breakfast (earlier in the morning). I tend to want to sleep in whenever I can, but funny how getting up earlier means that I can actually have 3 good meals and 2 snacks, AND get a lot completed! lol You are doing great, and your blog gave me the added boost I need to keep going. emoticon and love, Janet (JANEXA)
    3383 days ago
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