1/2 c. each of oatmeal, water, and almond milk, and banana
Salad: spring mix, mushrooms, carrots, olives, chickpeas, Annie's Naturals Lite Gingerly Vinaigrette
salad, 1 c. Amy's Curried Lentil Soup, olive tortilla chips
banana & pb
I took the plunge yesterday and bought almond milk. I wasn't very excited about trying it, but I must say the flavor is very mild, not at all like soy milk. I bought the original and unsweetened chocolate, but I haven't gotten into to the chocolate one yet.
I wanted to change up my salad a bit and thought a lite dressing would be the way to go. Annie's Naturals* has lots of dressings to choose from, and and I opted for the ginger vinaigrette since it was lower in fat and cals.
For dinner, I was too tired to cook so I opted for soup and salad. I was surprised that the Curried Lentil soup had 230 calories per serving and 8 grams of fat. It was good, but it really didn't taste much different than the other lentil or split pea soups, and I believe they are less in cals and fat. I was expecting more curry flavor.
I'm still working on Jillian Michael's No More Trouble Zones. Ay! She kills me. Thanks, Jill. The plan is to get to bed early so I can run in the morning. It's going to be dark, but if I can get a couple of miles in maybe I'll get that boost of energy I need from endorphins rather than coffee.
Oh, coffee. I miss you.
*Now that I think about it, on the detox you're not supposed to have condiments, and I'm pretty sure there's sugar in that dressing. As S would say, FAIL! Oh well.