Hi All! I had a great skiing
Good morning :)
B- 35 cal whole grain toast, PB, Grapefruit, Coffee
L-Egg Salad, Tomato, Soup
S-Yogurt, Raw Almonds
D-Chicken Quesadilla (made w/rotis chick, peppers & onion, 70 cal lawash), Green Salad w/Vinegar
S-Yogurt, Decaf coffee
I know you were asking Jean, but I count out nuts always. 15-20 almonds depending on what I ate earlier in the day. I used to not eat starchy veggies at all, but now I think they are ok in moderation. I would never eat protein + just potatoes but more like protein + 1 potato + lots of other non-starchy veggies. As for portions, I limit myself to 1 plate at dinner, no going back for 2nds.
I had a good day at the gym, I got a renewal from a client who I totally didn't think was going to renew, I got a referral for someone who might want to join the gym to specifically train with me, and I ran 7-ish km in the freezing cold by myself.
Breakfast: 1 slice of whole grain toast w/butter & Marmite, vanilla yogurt w/fresh strawberries and blueberries, coffeepost-run: small tea w/milk and sweetener, turkey bacon club sandwich on WWLunch: carrots and celery w/dill dip, leftover stuffed pepper innards (brown rice, tomato soup, veggies, ground beef)Dinner: veggie fried brown rice, tofu saladSnack: almonds, oatmeal chocochip cookie, pear
Generally, I eyeball. I've measured to get an idea but have a good idea w/ portions now, especially since I use the same bowls/plates.
My body is just not cooperating lately.
When did you start teaching boxing classes? Have you seen the doctor about your knee?
I'm going to sound like a broken record, but I highly recommend Peter Egoscue's Health through Motion book. A lot of these aches and pains we think of as part of aging are because we don't have great posture and it gives you exercises to help with it.
I have written that down Jean - thank you.
That's a lot of work holding the targets!