11/29/13 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Sunday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 30. November 2012 18:20

You made it through Thanksgiving...how did you do?  Now you just need to make it to New Year's.  Remember, just keep your portions small and eat a lot of veggie's.  You worked so hard to get this far don't ruin it because of a few parties.  A lot of people I talked to that are trying to stay fit and healthy made sure to work out extra in preparation for the big turkey feast.  Balance is definitely key to success!

Unfortunately I have had a "flare up" of horrific pain since Friday night from my endometriosis.  Any kind of activity that gets my blood pumping triggers an attack.  It is pretty irritating, even lifting a heavy object or walking down the hall can start the pain.  I have been having up to six episodes a day and the worst are at night.  Every time the pain hits I get nauseous, profusely sweat, and crawl into the fetal position until it goes away.  I'm bummed out because I just bought a new Billy Blanks cardio DVD that is titled Boot Camp - I'm excited to try it out.  Hopefully this pain will go away soon so I can start kicking it into gear for the holiday season!

Weight - 119.2 lbs.

Exercise - None

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY

Breakfast - 

1 packet of no sugar added oatmeal

1/4 cup walnuts

Banana

1 cup fat-free milk

Lunch - 

1/2 cup stuffing

2 oz. grilled chicken nuggets

tomatoes with fat-free ranch

sugar-free jello

fat-free yogurt

Snack - 

Plum

Dinner - 

2 oz. Laura's Lean Beef

100 calorie multi-grain English Muffin

Green beans with 2 tbsp. light margarine

Snack - 

100 calorie pack 

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