What, another day, and 1081kcals!?! Because I’m eating ONLY nutritious foods – I went to bed feeling extremely satisfied yesterday.
I started off my day with warm water & lemon juice from a fresh lemon, and I woke up around 5am.
I then came to work and drank a black coffee, and a raspberry leaf hot tea (two cups) at around 8am.
For breakfast at around 930am, I had two hard boiled organic eggs & 100g of baby carrots (35kcals for the carrots).
I then had two apples, on my way to the grocery store at noon. I spent a bit of my lunch shopping for more raw goodies at the grocery store. I want to be prepared. This diet/lifestyle requires fresh food to be available all of the time. I don’t want to get stuck “not having fresh grub” and choosing something processed instead.
Also, because I’ve improved my diet 100% by eating mostly fresh fruit, veggies, I want the same for my kids. I purchased more strawberries, cucumbers, pears – all of which they ate up for dinner last night.
At the store, I drank a Kombucha. Usually I would pick a flavor of Mango or Cranberry, but this time, I turned each one around, and found one for the least calories. Turns out – the original one had a total of 60kcals for the whole bottle. I absolutely love Kombucha. This brand is my favorite, and my financial goal in life is to become so financially free, that I can enjoy one per day – without financial guilt. That’s not asking for that much! 🙂 At $3.29 a bottle, it is a luxury right now. I allow myself to get one, each time I shop – especially for HEALTHY GRUB! I buy one for my sweet honey bunny too – he loves Kombucha just like me!
For lunch, I ate my greens, with grapes. This is the ONLY thing I didn’t look forward to. I’m not a fan of eating dry greens. I really have to figure out how to make them taste better, but not by adding fake fat or sugar (like salad dressings and such). I ate them with the grapes, which made it better. But today, I’m feeling the hunger, so I’m assuming they will go down a bit easier. Get in my belly you awesome green nutrients! Amazing that it took me the longest to eat 10kcals of food!
About 2 hours after lunch, I dove into half the avocado that I purchased the previous day! It was ripe and ready for slicing! I didn’t have my food scale with me, but I googled that half a Hass avocado is about 110-130kcals. This guy was on the smaller side, but full of deliciousness, and nutrition. I’m going to avoid “added fat” in oils, but I will eat avocado! It’s so good for the brain, the bod, and filling up.
(Later last night I made my son a strawberry, almond milk, avocado & Greek yogurt smoothie before bed! It was so thick and filling, and exactly what my naturally thin little boo needed right before bed!)
Before I left for the day, I ate some cut up cucumber and a banana!
Once I got home, I made 144g of salmon. After I cooked it, I put it on the scale, but I can’t remember if it was 114g or 144g of salmon. I was so hungry, that my short term memory completely failed me! I added 144g into the Cron-O-Meter, just to be on the safe side. I also sprinkled some turmeric on the salmon. At first this spice is a bit offending. But once it sits on the food for a minute or so, it blends in so nicely! It was the first time I cooked the salmon without any added oil. I actually put it in a little pan, and added some water. The water helped cook/steam it, without burning any parts of it.
This is part/later part of my food diary from yesterday.
I slept mostly well. My son did wake me up at 1230am, and tell me he had a nightmare. I laid down in his twin bed with him, and when I saw his eyes still open, I asked him about his dream. He said, “Zombies were coming to the table, and eating all of the food.” My poor sweet almost five year old boy, dreaming of such stuff! Once he settled down a bit, I went back to bed, but I couldn’t get back to sleep! I ended up fishing Gone Girl, and finally getting back down.
The scale this morning read 162.2lbs. This is down from 164.6lbs from the previous day. Mama is heading toward 139!
Thank you to everyone who has written about CRON, practice it, put information out there about it – all helpful in my own pursuit of great health, and physical and mental stealth.