A few blogs I read have a weekly themed post and I quite like the idea so I’m being a sheep and following them.
I want my theme to be positive. I don’t want to talk about what’s going wrong in my life, although I know people love to read that stuff. Now is a time to change attitudes and be more optimistic. All is well in my world. And so it is. (yes, I love Louise L Hay).
So, what IS working for me this Wednesday?
Carman’s fruit-free muesli, berries and Mundella’s Greek honey yoghurt. This is by far my favourite breakfast or lunch. Some people think that muesli (granola for you North Americans) is not good for you because it can be high in kilojoules/calories, which is true depending on the brand you buy. I only buy Carman’s and I actually make my own sometimes. But there are ways around overindulging.
So I don’t overdo it, I weigh my serving to be 45kgs which is 895.5kJ/214cal. Now, don’t get me wrong, I am not in the habit of weighing my food….I’m not that anal retentive but some things like muesli, nuts or yogurt can be easy to consume mass amounts because they are so good. Therefore, it’s better for me to put a limit on it.
Berries are not only great for your body; you can eat lots of them with no results on your hips! I’m loving fresh strawberries at the moment. I use frozen raspberries too…delicious. Blueberries are my favorite though. I’ll get some in me soon!
Although I often restrict dairy, I do allow a pro-biotic yoghurt because of the benefits to my tummy! Again, I use a local brand that is not full up of sugars and additives. I no longer eat the fruit variety for this reason. Keep in plain, keep it simple and add your own fruit.
This breakfast comes in under 1525 kJs/365cal and I reckon that is easy to burn off.
For today (and most days), this yummy, wheat-free breaky is working for me!!
What’s working for you today?
October 17, 2012 at 2:52 pm
Love the positivity of this idea. Whats working for me? 3 days wheat free and grateful to Woolies for their rice paper veggie rolls.
October 17, 2012 at 2:55 pm
Yay!!! Good for you Jo! Yes, rice paper rolls are a great wheat-free snack or meal!!!
October 17, 2012 at 3:09 pm