There are so many facets of this challenge. Most of it revolves around eating healthy and getting to a place where your diet is something that you can do on a daily basis for the rest of your life. This is something that I have wanted to do all of my life too. I do this for all of my Health & Wellness clients. Together we create a menu for a month at a time that can act as a catalyst for both weightloss and re-vamp on her regular diet.
I am doing the Intermediate level diet. I feel that extremes are not healthy for me, so the advanced is out of the question. For example, the sugar intake is the most difficult thing since most everything we eat. Even regular fresh vegetables have sugar in them. How can I win! I just want to eat and lose weight without fanfare. There is still so much to learn and experience. My mental state and my meditation habits will have to come into play as well. Maybe, I’ll plan my running partner’s training next before mine. It will take my mind off of food.
Here is my attempt to stay within my boundaries:
Breakfast: coffee, almond milk, stevia
Lunch: salad & tuna
Dinner: yam & chicken
My alternative is:
Breakfast: Coffee, almond milk, stevia
eggs (Hard boiled (2)) pepper & onions
snack: Yogurt or nuts
Lunch: vegetables, brown rice & chicken
snack: nuts or Yogurt
Dinner: Beef and vegetables
This may have taken me a few days to get together but better late than never. Hopefully this will pay off.
Next my running ramp up.