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Today was a little harder...

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Everyone in my household, including me, has a nasty cold and it really gets in the way of life. To be fair, I have hardly been sick at all this winter, I think this is my first cold and before my "lifestyle change" I constantly felt run down and had a weak immune system. I feel so much stronger and healthier now. Even this cold is not half as bad as they used to be. I had my first chocolate cravings, resisted, but ate more calories than I wanted. I felt really hungry today, I feel like I'm always hungry! And yes, I know it's different than the times I just want to eat. I will food blog but am nit thrilled with my day.

18 ounces green smoothie..probiotic coconut water, romaine, celery, chi seed, green Apple

Figgy buckwheat scone

Large bowl of spicy lemongrass soup with chicken (very low calorie)

One cup Greek yogurt/1 tsp. Raw honey
Ezekiel tortilla with cheese, grilled with olive oil

One cup smoothie...40 calorie almond milk, banana, dates, cinnamon
Two pieces extra lean nitrate free bacon
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    Your smoothie sounds yummy! I've never tasted lemongrass. Hmm might have to try that some time! Miss you:)
    2223 days ago
    Hope you feel much better soon, fresh orange juice with honey is amazing for any kind of cold.
    2246 days ago
    Take out the yogurt and processed "healthy" foods and you will be even better. Honest!

    Also you need a LOT more greens. Greens give us what we need for health. Full of protein that surpasses even beef.

    A quart of green smoothie is what is recommended per day. Top that with a quart of green juice and a salad and you will be so healthy you'll be dancing all night.

    2246 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/26/2012 7:43:38 AM
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