Breakfast: Kale Juice, Mint and Pineapple Smooth
Mid-morning snack: banana, 1/2 apple, almonds
Dinner: Minnestrone soup, arugula salad with mango and pineapple
After-dinner Snack: pistachio, blueberries, raspberries
Ran 4 miles.
Weight: holding steady at 97.5
Breakfast: Orange juice, pineapple, mango, strawberry smoothie
Mid-morning snack: Almonds
Lunch: Lentil soup
Afternoon Snack: Raspberries, Trail mix (almond, peanut, cashew, cherries, peanut butter chips, chocolate chips)
Dinner: Grilled Mahi Mahi with mango salsa, baked sweet potato, arugula salad with orange, fennel, avocado and red onion
After Dinner Snack: Trail mix, blueberries, raspberries
How I felt:
Weekends are hard. During my non-cleanse days, on weekends we tend to eat out a lot and they are usually my “freebie” days – that is we try to eat healthy during the week and then I can splurge on the weekends. I’m glad this weekend is over and I only have seven days left. I have been cheating a bit with the trail mix because it has small pieces of chocolate in it but I don’t care. My intention is not to live life without chocolate and I need to maintain my sanity. Today I talked myself out of buying a donut and instead I sat down to watch Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. The documentary was uplifting and inspiring and made my cleanse look like a piece of cake. It gave me the push I need to head into the last week – tomorrow I can add eggs and gluten-free whole grains like rice and corn. Woo hoo!