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    Default January Blitz - Day 13. Make your calories count

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    B - fruit smoothie
    L - warm chicken salad with olive oil dressing.
    D - mashed cauli wit butter, ratatouille, chicken. Followed by strawberries and coconut cream.

    Drinks, decaf coffee, green tea, insufficient water.

    Just under 8,000 steps.

    Very humid so suffering water retention.

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    B - Ham and salami cream cheese rolls
    L - Cottage cheese salad
    D - Asparagus with home made hollandaise sauce
    Decaff coffee, fruit tea, cocoa, kefir

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    Gave my 7 year old sliced roast
    gammon, tomatoe and a pot if NLY for brekki- he didn't bat an eyelid!! Whoop whoop, one up!

    B above
    L cottage cheese salad
    D turkey steaks / green veg

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    Great one Lea - you are encouraging me to try more with my children - got one onto bacon so far

    Day 12
    B: 2 eggs and 3 bacon
    L: home made chicken soup from day before's roast & lny
    S: First time ever BNS curry - I am a fan

    Day 13
    B 2 eggs and 4 bacon
    L Left over BNS curry & greek style lny
    D - bit of a test - off to a Chinese with friends - having looked up past posts on the Forum and focussing on jasmine tea, egg foo yung and maybe dry crispy duck or dry spre ribs - unless anyone has any other suggestions ?

    Tried hard cheese at the weekend and immediately wanted more plus chocolate so that is back off the list for now.

    I had the best P2 breakfast at the weekend. Oats, a mashed banana, 0% lny, cinnamon and a dash of water - all soaked overnight in the fridge like a banoffee pie but just made from real food. Yummy.

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    B - Green T - Fresh Coconut
    L - Extra Butter Stirfry + 2 Slices Butchers Tongue
    D - TBC - (To Be Caught) Me old dad used to say "Bread and Catch It" its been quite some time since I had BREAD I don't miss it anymore.
    “When you point your finger, your other three fingers point back at you.”

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    Well it had to happen and I knew my motivation was fading as my rotation approaches...I cheated yesterday and lunch was 4 chocolate chip cookies However, my motivation improved again as I got the best kind of feedback: immediate and unpleasant! Acid reflux within 30 mins of eating the cookies - first sign of my old nemesis since starting the blitz. Coincidence seems highly unlikely!! So, back on the straight & narrow for a couple of days then ease off while travelling on Thursday afternoon & Friday morning followed by Phase 1 Saturday-Wednesday.

    12th D: leg of lamb (my fave, yum!) with roasted root veggies & butter
    13th B: sausages & peppers
    13th L: oatmeal & almond milk that I didn't eat yesterday

    I did have a sudden epiphany that, d'oh, butter is dairy and I'm intolerant and trying to avoid...but I decided that 10g of butter each evening on my veggies isn't going to ruin me. If my dairy intolerance hasn't reduced the next time I get checked I'll rethink that but for now it's making my meals so much tastier that I'm not tempted at all by the gravy & that's more important in the long run.

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    Hey......... Where did everybody go today?!?!?

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    I'm here.. ;-)
    The truth is deafening, no matter how quietly spoken.

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    I'm sure I've read that dairy intolerant people can eat butter (I think it's because the lactose has been removed in the process). You might just have see how you go.

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