We really need to go shopping as we are out of any meat (only 1 pkg. tuna left).
B4 Breakfast: MNS pkt.
Breakfast: ate very small amount. 3 bacon strips, 1 fried egg, scoop hummus* (yes we have a lot of hummus lately). Ran out of lemons/limes so only had water. Packed the other egg to go with some veggies. *Hummus nutritional information: 1 Tbs = 2g carbs, 1g fat, 1g protein.
Snack: Tuna with cucumbers & zucchini.
Lunch: Fried egg & raw red pepper.
Snack: Tuna with cucumbers & zucchini, Had protein pwdr with almond milk on way home.
Dinner: Went shopping on way home from work. List to follow. We made salmon, beet greens and vidalia onion, threw in a few green beans. Sauteed everything in butter. Had a small spoonful of peanut butter. 1/4 glass of wine.
Just like in anyone’s life, my life on the weekends can be irregular. My weekend diet was definitely irregular. Few ‘meals’ just snacking. But most of the food was good.
Saturday – didn’t feel well, slept most of the day, ate only once, in the eve. Lime water, leftover meatloaf with hummus and avocado. A little later had 1/2 a cantaloup and some popcorn with a movie. A square of Dove chocolate and water.
Sunday – Still eating that meatloaf, lol, hummus, avocado, almonds, lime water. Throughout the day snacked on sausage patties, veggies, salsa. Later, had tuna, veggies, avocado, almonds, wine, popcorn.
Definitely need to shop on Monday.
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Picked up some awesome hummus from The Kitchen at Arcadia Books last night and when I got home Cameron was preparing a light dinner with leftover chicken and veggies and preparing a meatloaf for today. Great guy! He likes to eat too.
B4 Breakfast: MNS pre-meal packet with lemon water.
Breakfast: Vegetable skewers sauteed with a few scrambled eggs. The skewers I got from Burnstads. They have mushrooms, red onions, yellow squash and zucchini. I had a little bit of that with a handful of raspberries. Paked what I didn’t eat.
Snack: I ate some of the leftover breakfast and some raspberries on way to work.
Lunch: Meatloaf, hummus and sauteed veggies.
Snack: I packed quite a bit of the leftovers and meatloaf, so it will sound redundant but that is what I will much on all day. Leftover eggs, veggies, meatloaf, hummus.
Dinner Plan: Sausage with cabbage and glass of wine. Its Friday night so maybe 2 glasses. I will post my weekend meals as soon as I can. We don’t have internet out at the farm…have a great weekend!
B4 Breakfast: 1 MNS packet with lemon water
Breakfast: Few bites of prime rib steak, 2 fried eggs and raw colorful peppers because I was in a hurry. MNS packets (love the all day energy i get from these)
Snack: raspberries (Final MNS packet just before lunch)
Lunch: Packet a leftover chicken thigh, 1/2 an avocado and container with fresh veggies (orange pepper, cherry tomatoes, 1/2 zucchini) a scoop of hummus and a scoop of salsa.
Snack: Protein Drink with almond milk and chicken and raspberries. I had some leftover stuff that I ate on the way home and then Cameron had dinner waiting so I had a smallish portion of that.
Dinner: 1/2 glass wine, chicken (still leftover thighs from day before), chopped up sauteed sweet potato and green beans and onion.
Stopped on my way home to get some groceries….$100 and only 2 grocery bags later…..
Tuna, salmon, ground beef & sausage for a future meatloaf, 1 pre-cooked prime rib steak, avocado, almonds, green beans, brussel sprouts, cantaloupe, pistachios, salsa, hummus, raspberries, veggie kabobs, mushrooms, nectarines, zucchini, bag of Dove Chocolate squares (treats)
Upon Waking – MNS pre-meal packet taken with lime water.
Breakfast: 3 egg omelet with 1/2 chopped zucchini and 2 chopped scallions, 1/4 avocado, salsa, salt & pepper. Took 2 MNS pkts that go with meals. Packed extra into container for snack.
Snack: Non-Dairy Protein Drink with Almond Milk
Before workout – 3 Catalyst Tablets, 1 ThermoPlus
Lunch: Leftover omelet and leftover chx thighs from last night dinner
Snack: Chx thigh meat and avocado and cherry tomatoes.
Snack: Went over to Arcadia Books and picked up some broccoli salad. it had broccoli, raisins, onions & almonds in it with a little mayo.
Dinner: Ended up having grilled salmon, avocado, hummus, salsa & 1/2 glass wine.
Need to go shopping!
B4 Breakfast – MNS pkt on empty stomach but taken with lemon water.
Breakfast: Chopped up the veggies from the farmstand: 4 scallions, 1/2 zucchini and sauteed in olive oil. Spiced with sea salt/pepper/spices and added 5 scrambled eggs. Plated that along with 1/4 an avocado. That came out to alot of food so I ate about 1/2 and put the rest in a container for snacks lunch. I took 2 of the MNS packets that accompany food.
Prep for the day: Left-overs from breakfast, Left-overs from last nights chx dinner (few pieces of chx, tomato and small scoop of avocado and strawberries) AND a leftover bun-less brat that had been made yesterday a.m. This should be plenty for snacks and lunch.
B4 Snack – Final MNS packet
Snack: 1/2 of my breakfast leftovers of egg and veggies.
Lunch Plan: Chx & bun-less brat, strawberries, 1/2 tomato and avocado leftovers as listed above.
Snack: The rest of the breakfast egg/veggie leftovers.
Dinner Plan: Took out frozen chopped up chicken with bone & skin. Will bake it tonight and saute asparagus and have a scoop of avocado.
I have not mentioned hydration. I drink water throughout the day and sometimes have a weak, unsweetened iced tea or Sport Tea. My spices of choice are usually Penzy’s Spices. They have some wonderful mixes. I get natural sea salt from Selina Naturally.
B4 breakfast: MNS pre-meal packet, 3 catalyst tablets, 1 thermoplus tablet
Breakfast: 2 MNS packets, 2 sausauge patties, 1 egg fried in coconut oil, 1/2 fresh tomatoe, few peanuts. Took the vitamins with lime water.
Snack: stopped at a roadside farmstand, munched on fresh strawberries. Mixed up a protein drink (Standard Process/dairy free) with almond milk. Took last MNS pre-meal packet.
Lunch: packed extra sausage patty & egg into a container with a bunless brat we quickly cooked at the same time this a.m. This hopefully will carry me thru as a late lunch and late snack.
Dinner: Had grilled chicken breasts encrusted with chopped peanuts, sauted frozen peas, chunked, fresh tomatoe, 1/4th an avocado. All sprinkled with sea salt, pepper and an herb blend.
Obviously not an exhaustive list, just what I’ve put down today. Plus I ran across a roadside farm stand and picked up fresh: asparagus, zucchini, cucumber, scallions, strawberries. Will stop at grocery to pick up: lemons/limes, yellow squash, frozen green beans (very convenient), almonds, avocados.
Took out chx breasts from the freezer this a.m. to thaw for dinner.