Lunch: Taco salad with salsa verde and jalapeños, and some roasted nuts with sea salt.
Worked out in between
Dinner: A cup of red quinoa and a cup of curry/coconut milk/butternut squash soup, topped with raw purple carrot rounds.
Breakfast: An apple and granola with flax and dried blueberries, and vitamins.
Lunch: A large mixed greens salad with sprouts, cucumber, purple carrots, and radishes, topped with a homemade cashew-based dressing. Also, some toasted mixed nuts with sea salt.
Worked out in between.
Dinner: Curry/coconut milk/butternut squash soup that I made yesterday. :)
Sorry for the lack of posts lately. Classes just started up again at my university, so I’ve been a tad preoccupied by getting back into the swing of things.
Been keeping on track with my exercise, vitamins, and diet.
Been having cereal most mornings, and mostly eating leftover taco chili that my mom made for me while she was visiting over the weekend.
Also, made breakfast potatoes with garlic, tofu, carrots, and pickled jalapeños one morning.
Oh, and my mom also made this awesome garlic sauteed cauliflower pasta dish. Soooo, incredibly good!
Today, I had granola and vitamins for breakfast, leftover chili for lunch, and a hummus and veggie sandwich for dinner.
Sunday: Yoga. Leftover vegan apple pie and vitamins for breakfast, a bean burrito and tater tots from Taco Time for lunch, and leftover curry lentils and peanut butter tofu for dinner. Also, some of my friend’s fries and a piece of apple pie.
Monday: Yoga. Granola bar and vitamins for breakfast, a vegan burger and fries from Red Robin for lunch, and carrots with hummus and some toasted pumpkin seeds for dinner.
Tuesday: Yoga and weights. Ancient grains flakes/pumping granola with agave nectar and coconut milk, and vitamins, for breakfast, a veggie stuffed sandwich with hummus and mustard for lunch, and homemade spring rolls with peanut sauce and chili paste for dinner.
Also, a cup of organic spiced orange tea.
Obviously, I let myself wander away from organic and fresh while I was home (referring to the fast food), and I definitely felt the effects of that — my stomach was a tad out of sorts when I got back.
It just left my stomach feeling greasy and heavy.
I need to work on keeping myself from going for those options, just because they sound good or they’re what I’m used to or because that’s what whoever I’m with is doing.
It’s not that I think there’s anything wrong with eating out sometimes — I just need to be more choosy about where I go. My body is becoming more and more used to the way I’m eating on my own, and more and more outspoken about the things it doesn’t want me to ingest,