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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Just been grocery shopping and brought lots of veges and prepared a few tubs of vege sticks to eat with humus as snacks.
    Yum!! Am addicted to hummus!

    Had a tuna and veggie pasta for dinner - delish!

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    I went for a short walk with dd and then played some backyard tennis on a stick thing so am feeling happy to get a bit of physical activity. Have also brushed my teeth in hopes it will stop me from snacking.

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    Last year my resolution was to eat 100% clean for all of January and I ended up carrying it on into Feb and lost 6kg in 6 weeks. I weighed myself this morning and I have put that back on plus another 1.5kg! I was supposed to start eating clean again today with the same aim as last year but I hadn't planned for it very well so didn't go so well. Im going to write a meal plan tonight and do groceries tomorrow.
    We did do a 6km walk this morning though so I wouldn't say today was a complete write off.

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    Wandered to the service station / On the Run thing and back twice today, so about 35 to 40 minutes all up, although the second time I came back with an ice cream on a stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Last year my resolution was to eat 100% clean for all of January and I ended up carrying it on into Feb and lost 6kg in 6 weeks. I weighed myself this morning and I have put that back on plus another 1.5kg! I was supposed to start eating clean again today with the same aim as last year but I hadn't planned for it very well so didn't go so well. Im going to write a meal plan tonight and do groceries tomorrow.
    We did do a 6km walk this morning though so I wouldn't say today was a complete write off.
    I'd love to hear about some of your clean eating meals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by My Beloved Ones View Post
    I'd love to hear about some of your clean eating meals!
    I focus on nutrient density of foods rather than worrying about calories. So plenty of veggies, fruit, grains as close to their natural state as possible like quinoa, brown rice and oats, meat, lots of raw nuts and seeds, only good oils / fats like butter, coconut oil and extra virgin olive oil. I find dairy a bit confusing because I'm not going to drink raw milk, so I just make sure I have full-fat dairy that has as few ingredients as possible. So full cream milk, greek yogurt, pure cream, sour cream, tasty cheese, etc.

    I wish my Pinterest wasn't linked to my identity because I could just share my boards with you! But a few of my favorite clean lunch or dinner recipes are:

    http://cancookwilltravel.com/mexican...azy-guacamole/

    http://www.closetcooking.com/2014/10...dried.html?m=1

    http://www.budgetbytes.com/2011/11/s...stless-quiche/

    http://skinnymixers.com.au/skinnymix...-chicken-kiev/

    http://www.aspicyperspective.com/chi...he-slow-cooker

    Note: where I could, I swap ready-made ingredients for home made. So I make my own stock in my Bellini and it is very easy to make homemade "sundried" tomatoes in the oven.

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    Default January Weight Loss Challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I focus on nutrient density of foods rather than worrying about calories. So plenty of veggies, fruit, grains as close to their natural state as possible like quinoa, brown rice and oats, meat, lots of raw nuts and seeds, only good oils / fats like butter, coconut oil and extra virgin olive oil. I find dairy a bit confusing because I'm not going to drink raw milk, so I just make sure I have full-fat dairy that has as few ingredients as possible. So full cream milk, greek yogurt, pure cream, sour cream, tasty cheese, etc.

    I wish my Pinterest wasn't linked to my identity because I could just share my boards with you! But a few of my favorite clean lunch or dinner recipes are:

    http://cancookwilltravel.com/mexican...azy-guacamole/

    http://www.closetcooking.com/2014/10...dried.html?m=1

    http://www.budgetbytes.com/2011/11/s...stless-quiche/

    http://skinnymixers.com.au/skinnymix...-chicken-kiev/

    http://www.aspicyperspective.com/chi...he-slow-cooker

    Note: where I could, I swap ready-made ingredients for home made. So I make my own stock in my Bellini and it is very easy to make homemade "sundried" tomatoes in the oven.
    What do you believe makes coconut oil healthier or as healthy as olive oil? Genuinely interested. I know it's been promoted as a health giving food but is there robust evidence supporting that? It's saturated fat after all, instead of the mono you get from olive oil. Of course all in moderation and you're clearly eating amazing and healthy Stuff. Yum!
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    Thanks so much JR03! Yum, I can't wait to sit down and have a look at those sites later on today!

    30mins on the treaty done for today. Having a nice cold glass of water before contemplating breakky. Enjoy your Saturday everyone

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    Happy Saturday ladies.
    Plan for today is to do a workout and take the dog for a walk this arvo.
    Foodwise: Breakfast was avocado, tomato and half a tin of tuna on rye toast.
    Planning on an omelette for lunch and something with chicken and veggies for dinner.
    oh and drink at least 2.5L water today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabochan View Post
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    oh and drink at least 2.5L water today
    Yes! I need to drink heaps more water too!


 

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