Unfortunately no recipe book, I was just told that they used Bob's Red Mill flour. I wish they did have a recipe book though!Day 9:
Ended up being a really
bad day for me. I had barely gotten any sleep and had no energy that day. So no exercise. I barely ate anything as well, and ended up eating some chocolate (vegan and GF chocolate, but still), and go McDougall's revenge within hours because of it. Now I know the coffee drinking was filling in for me cutting out chocolate. I need to cut them both out, it is taking a long time though.
Lunch: Rice and beans w/ veggies
Snack: chocolate, Mary's organic crackers
I also believe that the peanut butter I had the day before was affecting me, I hear some conflicting messages about nuts and seeds, but I do know now that high fat foods irritate my colitis.Day 10:
Today, has been a much more positive day! I had to fight myself to get out of bed, it took 20 minutes but I did it! I did some yoga, felt like quitting but didn't. I went to the gym, felt exhausted and wanted to quit but didn't. Came home and tripped while walking out to put my bike away, and had the neighbour's concerned
Happy I went thrugh all of it. I think the reason why I'm so fatigued is I cut back on my potato eating, I need to take my own advice and eat more of them! I think I'll start throwing them in m rice and beans, since I'm tired of having potatoes plain.
Breakfast: quinoa w/ maple syrup
Snack: Smoothie, mary's organic crackers, 1 piece of chocolate
Lunch: GF, FF and vegan fettucine alfredo, yum!!!
Dinner: Probably more rice and beans
Exercise: 1/2 hour of yoga, 45 minutes of strength training
That chocolate is getting out of my way now so it won't tempt me anymore!!!
Sksamboots, I am honoured to be your morning exercise buddy!