Turns out I have fat fingers

Thursday, June 25, 2009

So the last blogpost mentioned my amazement at sodium intake of around 8g per day when I mostly eat food that is not of the great perks of being unemployed: you have time to cook!
Well...turns out i made a small mistake inputting the recipe for a delicious banana bread...when adding salt, my finger must have slipped, giving me a whole CUP of salt instead of half a yeay, apart from tasting awful, they would be around 7.5g Na/slice...
Mistake fixed, i am happy to report i am perfectly in range (around 1000 on a daily basis).

The scales seem too have decided to cooperate again, albeit slowly, so i'll wait a couple more days to make any loss official.

The food is getting easier, in fact I am beginning to believe that by eating within range for the 3 food groups one can't go hungry...i only just about mange my protein every fact i am struggling to get enough calories in!

Exercise is building as a habit, and now it is part of my all good (despite not pushing much on the exercise front)

So overall I am pretty impressed that I seem to have, rather effortlessly, stuck with the plan for 3 weeks...every day in the right direction makes it harder to ever go back (ahem, yeepee)

So yes, HAPPY !

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    I did the same "slip" on olive oil the other day, adding an entire cup to my salad!

    I love reading that you are doing so well. It is funny how good we feel when we make these choices and you really inspire me!!
    4057 days ago
  • KARVY09
    I'm impressed with how effortless it's been too. Though having this community really helps! Do you feel like you have more energy now? I definitely do, and it's really great.

    One time I baked a cake and mistook the salt for sugar. Not the best cake! HA!

    Keep up the excellent work!
    4058 days ago
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