Melissa Spear Posted January 21, 2013 Share Posted January 21, 2013 Hi all, I'm on Day 15 of my 30 and things have been going swimmingly. The only thing I have possible concerns about are my portions especially the vegetable portions for my meals. I've purchased a kitchen scale and am wondering what I should be aiming for in terms of the amount of veggies on my plate. I've got the palm for the meat/seafood, the thumb for the ghee/oil, the handful of nuts and eggs. I tend to throw a bunch of veggies in my cuisinart and then heat them up in a skillet with coconut oil. I wind up with a lot of veggies on my plate and am wondering if you actually can get too much of a good thing. Should I keep better tabs on my veggie intake? Also any ideas for weights for my new scale. Sometimes I even question my protein amounts--like if I have a palm sized piece of chicken but it's a really thick piece. Ideas for weight on the proteins would be helpful, too. Sadly, I'm kind of a rule follower if they are really specific but I can be super loosey goosey if the rules are a little loosey goosey, too. If I know a solid range to fall in between, I'm sticking to that range. Any help greatly appreciated--thanks! Melissa Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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