Monday, February 15, 2010

A sample of my "Break-Fast"

For me breakfast (break-fast) is at 12:30pm. This is when I break the fast and eat my first meal. I thought it would be a good idea to post some samples of what I eat in a normal day so viewers can see that I truly am eating what I love and not depriving myself at all.

Today at about 1pm I had lasagna and garlic bread...mmmmmm yummy!


Then at about 2:30pm I had some veggies and hummus for dipping and some grapes. Gotta get in those fruits and veggies! I also had some vitamins, Natural Factors pro-biotic, Si Su multi-vitamin, and a Calcium/Magnesium/Vitamin D combo. I try to take these everyday with my "break-fast".



At about 4pm I had dessert. Angel food cake, low fat chocolate pudding, a scoop of vanilla ice cream and light cool whip! One of my favourite desserts that I always used to eat when I was doing my old stand-by diet, Weight Watchers (without the ice cream of course). 




Now I am nice and full and had a great meal of foods that I love!

4 comments:

  1. WOW! And all of that within a 5 hr window and no weight GAIN? That's wonderful!

    ReplyDelete
  2. are the vitamins you mentioned a slow release vitamin? I have ALWAYS had trouble with vitamins as they don't break up well in my system.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I usually eat quite a lot in my window. Now that I have released almost 40Lbs, the weight loss is slowing down a bit but I still haven't gained anything other than the occasional pound or so that comes off again and then some the next week.

    I don't know if the vitamins are slow release or not but I use the name brands SI SU and Natural Factors. I always take vitamins with food so they can go through my system slower and I have been advised by a nutritionist not to drink water 1/2 hour before, during or after meals to help the vitamins stay in the body longer.

    Hope that helps!

    ReplyDelete
  4. New Diet Taps into Pioneering Idea to Help Dieters Lose 12-23 Pounds within Only 21 Days!

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts with Thumbnails