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    Your Own Diet Plan That Works for You – Every Body’s Different

    Wed, Aug 15, 2007

    Eating Better

    Sometimes eating too much of the same thing too often is not a good thing, but for me and breakfast, it seems that I have found my power up menu.

    I am quite happy to eat yogurt, canned peaches sprinkled with either some kind of trail mix, pumpkin seeds, almonds – anything like that (I used to do granola, it tastes great, but the calorie and sugar count is too high for the return of nutrients – for me nuts, sometimes with a bit of dried fruit is the way to go.

    The only thing that I need to watch is portion size, a small sprinkling of nuts, about 1 small container of yogurt (the kind you can buy prepackaged in the store) and as many peaches, in juice, not syrup, as I want.

    I sometimes will use bananas or another fresh fruit for the fruit portion, but that is the basic recipe.

    The thing is, that when I run out and don’t have it for a few days, my energy goes way down.

    I used to eat toast or cereal for breakfast, and used to be sluggish a lot, but have really found that a high protein breakfast really does give me a power up energy boost at least until early afternoon.

    The other thing is that it is easy on the stomach. They say eat breakfast early. I am not a breakfast eater, but this works for me.

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    It is definitely the time of year to be getting back on board with a Fit Yummy Mummy 12 Week Challenge – I am counting down the days to being 10lbs lighter and 12 weeks stronger!

    Holly gives us assignments throughout the challenge, today it is to examine perfection and the effect that it has on our results – and how it can more likely than not cause more trouble than it saves. I am looking at that today.

    How about you. Has perfection ever brought you down in your efforts to lose weight or get healthier?