Saturday, October 17, 2020
Hey. Being healthy is more fun than eating what you want. PSA. Do what you're supposed to do.
------Breakfast- Oatmeal or Cheerios with a glass of 1% Milk. I do best when I eat Oatmeal. I think it feels me up without getting my sugar out of whack first thing in the morning. I need to do better by making a point to eat it. Lately, I've been skipping breakfast.
------Snack- Peanut Butter. I had fruit here, but I swear I think the more sweets I eat in the morning the worse I eat throughout the day. I'm going to try this first and see if it helps.
-------Lunch- 400 calories or less. This gives me leniency to eat with the group but I can keep it in check. No pop.
-------Snack- Banana/Grapes, Protein Shake, Keto Cup
-------Dinner- 400 Calories or less. Again, some leniency. In check but giving me options.
-------Snack- Milk, keto cup if I feel like I need it.
I want to make sure I'm throwing in veggies for dinner and lunch- and not just eating garbage. Also, I would note that sometimes we eat a big breakfast on weekends, so if that's the case I would just say 400 calories or less on breakfast and eat the oatmeal for lunch and do a switch out. That way it balances.
I think the key to this plan's success is consistency, drinking water throughout, and making sure I'm getting my snacks in.
I'd like to get back down under 245. I've researched and it is actually more healthy for the baby for obese women to follow a diet plan than to try and be gaining weight. The diet plan above is realistic, would provide nutrients for baby and I, and would offer some relief.
With my back- I truly cannot afford to gain much more weight. I'm going to have to be proactive at this point.
Also Increasing my walking step goal to 6000.