"We are born to be fit, strong, and healthy." Robb Wolf

October 16, 2010

Day 16

Post your meals for the day in comments section.

10 comments:

Titia said...

Just spent some time reading this blog... very enjoyable. he's a journalist at the national post who chronicles a one month paleo adventure. start at the bottom.

http://mecaveman.wordpress.com/

Linds said...

breaky- egg whites, shrooms, onions, tomatoes
- squash
- honeydew melon, few strawberries with coconut milk

snack- brazil nuts, egg whites, red pepps, cukes, carrot sticks

lunch- chicken, squash, carrot sticks, macadamia nuts

dinner- egg whites, shrooms, brussel sprouts, turnip
- spoon of coconut butter

Jen F. said...

Down another 2 lbs as of this am--10 in total since start of challenge

2 eggs with cheese, fruit, coffee with cream--busy day, no sleep, slept in and no time to prepare/eat

pot roast with squash, veg, glass of red wine--I ate half of it!!! OMG!!!

Jaime said...

Breakfast/Lunch: hamburger (no bun) with tomatoe, pickles, mustard, mixed greens with olive oil, drizzle of balsamic, peppermint tea

Snack: few nuts

Dinner: steak, mushrooms, peppers, brocolli, cauliflower cooked in coconut oil (just a bit), orange for dessert

1 glass red wine (that I'm slowly sipping as I write this!)

Still feeling crappy today... food seems to make it worse! Just blah overall. Had little energy at the WOD this morning, felt weak! So not liking this feeling!!!!

Jaime said...

oops! forgot to add 1/2 avodaco to dinner! :)

Mar said...

raspberries & blueberries heated with coconut butter, nuts & meat

hamburger patty with mustard, pickle, salad with olive oil, salt & pepper (@ windmills - not enough to fill me up)

lots of water & tea today (peppermint & ruby chai)

Take-out yay!! Siem Reap - Soup B is paleo - chicken, coconut milk, lime & galangal - delicious!!! I added extra chicken and some red peppers to the soup to fill me up.

A little hungry this afternoon - likely due to the intense yoga

Dan said...

Breakfast - Salad, turkey, walnuts, pecans, pear and apple.

Snack - Macadamia nuts and a bit of coffee.

Lunch - Salad, Turkey and 2 eggs.

Snack - Coffee (Black), dried mango slices, macadamia nuts

Dinner - Salmon cakes (Salmon, ground almond, green onions, red peppers, egg and spices), salad and mashed sweet potato. Dessert was frozen berries with coconut milk and ground almond.

Snack - dried mango slice, turkey and coffee

Friday night was the toughest night yet. I was sleeping next to our daughter who woke up to feed. Mariana came up stairs to feed her and asked me to take the cookies out of the oven. Yes....the chocolate chip cookies that she was baking for church.

The entire house had that beautiful baking smell of chocolate chip cookies. To top it off, she had prepared another Brazilian dessert that was cooling off on the kitchen table.

It was incredibly difficult to not bite into one of those cookies. Or gorge myself on the dessert.

I hope this gets easier over the next 4 weeks.

Martha said...

Dan, I hear ya! I would have been close to caving!

Holland said...

Meal 1: scrambled egg, raspberries, pineapple, grapes, melon, blueberries, pecans.
Meal 2: 1 boiled egg, 1 banana, unsweetened applesauce, pecans; espresso.
Meal 3: 1/2 can salmon, cucumbers, raspberries, almonds.
Meal 4: sugar-free sausage, brussel sprouts, pecans.

1 glass wine.

brad said...

breakfast - fried eggs with fruit and tea.
snacks - nuts
lunch - modified western omlette
supper - catfish, lots of steamed veggies and a salad.