Today is a work-at-the-office-day. Earlier to start ... possibly earlier to retire.
I didn't sleep nearly enough last night. That's something else I really need to work on. Sleep is vital for good health and weight-loss/diet management.
The thing this experiment is reminding me of is this: The toughest part of sticking to a diet/lifestyle is simply living consciously. In other words, I have to really think about, plan and analyze my daily nutrition. I find this to be quite arduous. Day in and day out. But, I know it's necessary and probably character-building.
Tuesday - November 25, 2008
+ one cup of "choco-coffee" (a few tablespoons of pure cocoa powder, a teaspoon of instant coffee, an once or two of half-and-half and stevia to taste)
+ a vanilla whey protein shake (two scoops of natural vanilla whey protein powder, 4 oz of half-and-half)
+ homemade tuna salad (one tin of tuna packed in olive oil, sour cream, mustard, red pepper flakes and Also Salt)
+ homemade pancetta chips (about 5)
+ one large glass of iced Americano coffee (black)
+ 5 ham and broccoli "tacos" (thin slices of ham, sour cream in the center and sauteed broccoli and onions - as the filling)
+ 3 thin slices of prosciutto
+ 2 oz of blue cheese
+ a glass of red wine
More to come tomorrow ... I hope!
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