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Saturday, March 19, 2011

I've planned my meals for monday, tuesday and wednesday just now. I skipped tomorrow (sunday) because we'll dine at a restaurant and their menu's not on the internet so i have no idea what i'll have. I'm planning on consuming 1120 kcal on those 3 days. I'll eat the same menu on all three days. I'll be traveling on thursday so that will need planning but my wednesday will be free so i'll have the time to plan.
I realised that i'm basing too much on exercise and i end up not doing my exercises because i'm lazy and tired so i mess up and i get disappointed. I want to eat less food! Weight loss is 80% food 20% exercise. Food is what i want to focus on right now because i'm many times too tired and stressed to work out. If i'll manage to work out i'll allow myself to eat more (about as much as i burned actually). Also, if i eat more than planned i can compensate with doing a little cardio. I know how important exercise is but i'm in a state of tiredness all day long each and every day, i can't make myself go in the other room and i hate myself for it but i gotta make it work so this is my solution for now. Maybe 4 days later i'll learn that it doesn't work for me but i'll try. The meals i planned are great by the way. Grilled chicken salad would be the best name to call it, it has: 100 gr grilled chicken, 100 gr lettuce, 150 gr cucumber, 50 gr carrotts, 100 gr sweet corn, 150 gr mexican vegetable mix (cooked), 1 egg and 100 gr yogurt dressing. Yupp, that's about 800 g = 475 kcal. I'll have TWO of this, yupp, 2 salads and besides that i'll have a shake with 300 ml milk, 100 gr frozen cherries and 12 gr of Forever Lite Shake (it's a protein-vitamin thingie with vanilla taste).
I'm really eager to try this because I W A N T R E S U L T S !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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