Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Dia Trinta e Dois


The mad dash to Christmas continues. I bought some lavender essential oil to help us cope with all the stress.

I hope you all have a healthful and joyous holiday


Tuesday - December 23, 2008

10:30 am

+ one cup of "choco-coffee" - (two tablespoons of pure cocoa powder, one teaspoon of instant coffee, 2 oz of heavy cream, one packet of stevia + FOS and one packet of Also Salt)

+ one-to-two tablespoons of coconut oil - (by the spoon!)

12:00 pm

+ a vanilla whey protein shake - (4 oz of heavy cream, 2 scoops of natural vanilla whey protein powder, two packets of Also Salt and one packet of stevia + FOS)

2:30 pm

+ 5 turkey-tomato "tacos" - (5 slices of turkey with a dollop of sour cream in the center and sliced tomato placed on the sour cream)

note: Pictures of these "tacos" were featured in yesterday's blog.

5:30 pm

+ a cup of instant coffee with approximately 2 oz of heavy cream and a packet of stevia + FOS

7:45 pm

+ homemade carnitas, guacamole and chile rellenos (stuffed with cream cheese and provolone cheese)

11:00 pm

+ approx. 2 oz. of sliced salami

+ sliced, sharp gouda cheese

+ a glass of merlot red wine


More to come ... I hope!

3 comments:

Lynn said...

Thanks for the lavendar, Harry! I'm determined to RELAX and ENJOY today, Christmas Eve, and tomorrow and the days following. I tend toward anxiety very much. I'm stopping that-it's no fun!! ha.
And thanks for more ideas for the "sandwich" problem all low carbers have to contend with. Merry Christmas!

Vadim said...

Harry, I have been craving to try your morning cocoa drink. I will call it Harry's morning picker upper! Today i am going for it. i will mix two tablesppon of organic coca with 1 teaspoon of instant cofee with water and one packet of splenda. I may add a bit of sea salt and Devinchi syrup. I am excited, will let you know how it goes! And try not to go crazy with Holiday preparation, its supposed to be ralaxinf times! That lavender oil sounds like a good idea. I need to find a girlfriend soonere than later, too lazy to do those things for myself!

Harry said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours too, Lynn. :)

I tend to be on the anxious-side myself ... unfortunately. Let's add that to our list of things to overcome, eh? That's what New Year's resolutions are for!

Mr. V! I sure hope you enjoy the choco-madness!

I believe I lifted the lavender idea from Sadekat and/or Sybil? I used to use it in the past but had run out. I figured this would be a good time to try it again.

I'm sure a new (and hopefully improved?) girlfriend is in your future. The beautiful thing about trying to improve ourselves is that it generally helps us to attract positive people into our lives. Just like this challenge has done!

The healthier you are, in all areas of your life, the healthier type of people you'll attract. At least, that's one theory!

Merry Christmas, Mr. V. I wish you all the best over the holidays and far beyond!