Thanks for the luck because i'll need it. I'm trying to find the balance mostly, between eating well exercise and living. Spending 2 hours per night at the gym isn't going to always be managable in my life, so i need to be able to adapt to changes etc. The plan isn't really new, its an old one but a good one.
Tarz, how are you girly? So glad to see you back. Your wedding is so close!!! Can't wait for summer
Food plan: Yesterday:
Breakfast: 2 pieces omegea plus wholemeal bread with natural peanut butter, 100grams soy yoghurt
Snack: soy cap
Lunch: poached chicken on a wholemeal sandwich with avocado lettuce and tomato
Snack: 1 cup fruit salad, 1 tb fruit n nut cream (basically, 100g cashews, 100g almonds, 3 oranges and 1 apple all blended up v yummy)
Dinner: Lentil patties with roast tomato sauce and salad [corn kernels, beans, lettuce, avocado, onion and tomato]http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1539/low+gi+lentil+patties+with+roast+tomato+sauce
Breakfast: 1/2cup carman's natural untoasted muesli, 1/3 cup fruit salad, 2 tb fruit n nut cream, 1/4 cup light soy milk
Snack: 1 cup fruit salad, 1 tb fruit n nut cream, small soy cap
Lunch: left over chicken curry (made from a low carb low fat women's weekly book - actually veggie curry but added poached chicken to it)
Snack: 1 cup left over salad from last night, 25g pack of roasted chickpeas
Dinner: Japanese honey soy tofu (i think its soyco) with steamed stir fry veggies
(about 1359 cals)
Emotionally feeling ok, managed not to succomb to chocolate or extra bread yesterday which is a win for me. Just focussing on getting my eating right then i'll get back to the exercise.