And then there were 2. I can see the light.
High – My sweet Lucas is WALKING!!! I know this is not food related, but he is walking. We are ultimately doing this to better our health for our boys, and so I think it totally counts.
Low – Really poor food choices at my training class. No shock honestly. I was glad to have come prepared.
Our juicy was a bit on the nasty side again. It must have contained too much of something good for you. Like beets or kale. Normally I can hide the taste, but too few apples I guess. Also, I was over generous with the chia. It became a sloppy, goopy, chunky mess, and I had to fish out clumps. Shudder. Still learning clearly. The boys had oatmeal.
Dave and I rushed out the door a bit later than ideal, and he dropped me off at my training on his way to the office. Here is what I found in the classroom. Fruit option was great, but paired with danishes and way-too-much-sugar juices. If I am being honest, I got really close to the treats and inhaled deeply.
I gladly ate my sandwich, muffin and granola for lunch. Somehow I ended up with Dave’s carrots, so I snacked on them also. Over lunch I had a great convo with a co-worker that too is eliminating sugar from his diet, and trying to avoid processed food. He also brought a peanut butter sandwich! Refreshing! Dave did not end up eating his pizza for lunch because he said the juicy kept him full almost all day. He snacked on nuts and granola at work. The boys had banana, veggie rice and strawberries for lunch. About half of the crackers were gone, so I can assume that Trevor had those for snack.
I got home just about 5pm, and Dave was hanging with the boys. They had already eaten some spaghetti and avocado. Trevor enjoyed some yogurt, and Lucas ate some cheese before they headed for the bath. Dave and I both had left over pizza.
Today, we went with another tropical juicy since she was our very favorite. Apples, pineapple, oranges and a few carrots. We needed a delish one after the past two choke.it.down mornings. Took a ch-ch-ch-chia break as well. The boys both had defrosted french toast that I made a few days back with some pear.
I brought granola, a pear, string cheese, carrots and I still have the Lara bar in my purse from yesterday. Dave is working from home today and will dive into the left over mac and cheese. I can only imagine he will add some salt and pepper, and maybe some additional cheese. There are lots of options for the boys that he can make. He may even try to share the macaroni. I would.
Dinner is going to be buttermilk pork chops with steamed zucchini. The boys will also have some roasted sweet potato. Dave is finding the recipe for the pork chops, and I will link it tomorrow.
In closing, as this adventure nears the end of our 10 days, we are starting to discuss permanent changes to our diet. We still have to work out what will be eaten in moderation, and what will be left out on purpose. Some things are much easier to avoid than others, and I want to be realistic, not a fanatic. More to come here.