- I eat a bag and half of berries compulsively, no other way to describe it! And I do not think that it helps my digestive system one bit
Cool to hear that you meditate, too! I really like it, although my foot fell asleep yesterday and I fell on my face getting up from my seat Day 13
- green smoothie, kale and beans.snack
- cucumber, kale, apple and wheatgreass juice from Whole foods, where my husband was picking up organic skirt steak that he could tolerate grilling for his folks for their anniversary.Dinner
- veggie soup and cabbage, salad with beets and apples, and homemade veggie sushi - 1/2 roll of brown rice, seet potato and apple "sushi," and 1/2-roll of black rice, avocado and red onion sushi. Apple and berries for dessert. Definitely overate at dinner, but I was planning to, since we were at th in-laws.Post-swimming/Olympic watching snack
: Apples and Berries
My husband made marinated grilled skirt steak for the in-laws, and steamd corn without butter - which they ate happily without butter! He got vegan quinoa salad and potato salad as sides from Whole Foods, using the Health Starts Here options without oil or salt. Apperently they were pretty good.
He also made a large salad with mixed baby greens, red onion and a delectable single heirloom purple tomato, chopped, then dressed with red wine vinegar.
Huzz used PsyOps on his parents for the dinner in regard to proportions - He got a lot of salad, and small amounts of steak and sides, and they started with corn on the cob. Then they had watermelon for dessert.
As he anticipated, they ate the most of what there was the most of - three helpings each of salad, amybe 2-3 ounces per person of meat, and 1/2 cup of the sides each, the n A LOT of watermelon for dessert. He mentioned nothing about eating healthy or being vegan, and They actually cvommented on how glad they were to not be forced to eat a "healthy meal."
Little do they know, it was probably the healthiest meal they've had in a long time, even if not perfect.
And they loved the corn and the tomato! As my lovely FIL said, "What can you tell me about this tomato?'" which for him is like saying "This is amazing!!!"
FIL also praised the Irish Soda bread I made for his birthday the other week - saying it was his new gold standard and he was officially entering me in his family reunion's Soda Bread Competition next year. Highest praise, considering it was his own mother's recipe I used. Too bad I'll never be able to taste it, hehe
My husband had a little steak for the first time in a long time, and a first was like,"it wasn't all that good." Thenlater he wondered if maybe meat was just not as palatable to him as it used to be, after not having it for so long! I hope that was what it was! Meditation
30 mintues in the morning. 10 minutes before bed (it's the weekend)Exercise
Hour long walk after dinner with the Huzz in the hilly paseos in the in-laws' neighborhood.
1/2 hour of fun SWIMMING in the community pool after the sun went down, since no-one was in the pool and I was not about to get a burn at 8:30pm