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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Vodka was my plan but we went to a wine bar and I'm a red drinker so my plan didn't work. I figure if I get straight back on track today then I'm happy with that. Have fun!
    I'm really not a drinker at all these days and I've never been into wine. I can't even remember the last time I had a drink. I don't think I've had a drink this year

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    I'm having a bad day again, evil weekend! Sigh, I can do this!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    I'm having a bad day again, evil weekend! Sigh, I can do this!!
    Yes you can

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    I'm having a roast chicken for tea and have just bought a purple and a white cauliflower, I'd love some recipe ideas please

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    It's the strangest thing, I feel so much lighter not eating bread or pasta and carbs in general. I found myself very shaky like my head felt wobbly and my hands were shaking it felt like a blood sugar type of issue no idea what. I ate a biscuit because it freaked me out. I was ok after that. Then I felt a bit heavy and ick internally after it. I really notice the difference when I'm not overloading my body with sugar, carbs and processed foods. I bet most people don't realize how much better they would feel without them.

    I haven't weighed myself yet and won't until I really feel a big difference in my clothes. I'm trying to be kind to myself and not stress too much about it. I do feel like I've lost some weight which is encouraging especially since its only been a few days

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    Yogurt for breakfast

    2 eggs scrambled and added some homemade sghetti sauce to it for a bit if a change

    2 bites of a disgusting lo carb bar ewwww gross.

    Dinner; turkey bolognese over zucchini sghetti

    Grocery shopping tomorrow so working on a meal plan tonight!

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    Breakfast - 1 slice toast with cheese
    Tea

    Lunch - mint, lemon, spinach, pineapple, coconut water smoothy

    Coconut, lemon, date slice

    Did a ridiculous amount of exercise today so needed the energy

    Dinner: chicken and salad

    Feeling so fit and strong, no carbs after lunch is working really well, dropped another kg without even trying.

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    Today (so far)
    B - scrambled eggs with herbs
    L - stuffed capsicum (leftovers from the other night
    Snacks - some cheese in celery

    Dinner will be some chicken with a spinach salad.

    Tomorrow I'm cooking up some quiche for lunch during the week.

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    Breakfast: Shake
    Snack: Apple and some almonds
    Lunch: tuna salad
    Dinner: garlic prawns and steamed vegetables


    ⭐️DS #1 born 15.03.2010⭐️
    ⭐️DS #2 born 16.02.2014⭐️
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    Weight Loss: 4.1kg
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    Nice work on the weight loss.

    My food was:
    Breakfast baked custard
    Lunch antipasto plate with celery
    Dinner: steak and salad



    I really hope my scales are kind next week! Having said that I am feeling good more energy and not as bloated


 

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