30,000-39,999 SparkPoints 30,015

Day 3 of my week long protein adjustment plan

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Day 3

I am starting to dislike fish! LOL. The longer you have it stored, the fishier it gets. I was trying to prevent cooking everyday but I like my food better fresh but I hate to cook.

Today I went out and got takeout chicken for lunch. Probably more sodium but 39 grams at lunch. I'll just track via MFP.

So this time last year I was the same weight. I'm great at maintaining 280 LOL! That is what I weigh as of yesterday. It was around 279.4 I think.

If I could pinpoint its because I snack too much and drink too many calories. I had water all day yesterday. I will stick with my water routine. I am not going to keep a minimum water goal though. I'll just drink only water when I'm thirsty. I'm ready to toss all the chips out of my house too! LOL.

Tonight, I'm still trying to figure out what's for dinner. I have lots of chicken in my house.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    I think the secret to fish lasting longer is to blacken it stove top. I hate the way fish tastes cooked in the oven!
    1178 days ago
    I always purchase fish the same day I eat it.
    1179 days ago
    Drinking only water will probably be helpful in you losing weight. Good luck.
    1179 days ago
    The liquid calories can really add up so I bet you'll end up seeing results just from switching to water. Good luck!!
    emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1179 days ago
    the calories you drink don't fill you up, which is why I avoid them, except for a little milk in my coffee. hope you find the protein that works for you! I love those packets of single serve chunk light tuna, particularly the low sodium ones.
    1179 days ago
    You will lose a lot of weight just by switching to water. My son did.

    We are having chicken probably and I'm sick of it. LOL.

    I like fish but not every day.
    1179 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.