Terez Posted February 2, 2013 Share Posted February 2, 2013 I tried to weigh myself today but I could not find a place in my 88-year-old house where the floor was flat enough for my digital scale to get a reading! Funny because there is one spot that used to be reliable but that place did not work today. Finally I decided that it is not meant for me to know what today's weight is. I don't feel any slimmer than when I began on Jan 2nd. That's OK for now. I wasn't doing this for weight loss (even though I have weight to lose). My goal was to improve the nutritional quality of every meal and to have a generous serving (~3 cups) of three types of vegetables every day (greens, cruciferous and deeply colored vegetables). I accomplished those goals. It's actually my goal for all of 2013. My two biggest areas to work on are sleep and the timing of my meals. I rarely had breakfast within an hour of waking up, and I often went more than 5 hours between lunch and dinner. But I'm not tackling those areas quite yet. Although I am meeting my nutritional goals for my meals, I'm doing so at a cost of time and productivity. My next goal is to become more efficient in the kitchen. Today I brought home a dozen bell peppers and two big Costco clam shells of baby bok choy. I took the time to clean and chop it all, and those vegetables are now in my fridge, prepped and ready to use this week. Today I reintroduced raw milk. So far there's no reaction other than a feeling of luxury to have this wonderful beverage back in the rotation. Will have some more tomorrow, just to get plenty into my system. This is definitely something I consume several times a day when it's in my rotation. Am hoping that tomorrow and the clean days that follow will be uneventful. I'll reintroduce pasteurized milk another time. Don't want to mix the two as I consider them different foods. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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