SP Premium
LABALLER4LIFE

SparkPoints
 

I just won't open the freezer this week

Monday, July 19, 2010

Soooo I caved and had ice cream saturday.....twice. and Sunday I didn't eat anything horrible except some pasta but I still ate a LOT. felt kind of sick at night =/ even though the a lot included a lot of veggies and turkey breast meat.

I've decided that this week to avoid that ice cream thing, I just won't open the freezer! If I don't see it it's a LOT easier to resist =) hopefully by the time I do open it next week all the ice cream will be gone. I'm probably going to yogurtland with a friend tonight but I've already decided to only get a little bit of the fruit flavors, which avoids the chocolate toppings galore thing. maybe I'll put some kiwi on top of my strawberry tart =)

So far I'm doing ok but I definitely have to kick it up to get those 10 pounds per month. subway for lunch? I'll see if that truck at work has anything healthy. Just a regular sandwich would be awesome. I want a nap =/
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • NIMNIX
    Subway is a good lunch. The best replacement for ice cream I've found has been frozen fruit blended with nonfat/skim milk or non fat plain (greek) yogurt. You can actually get it to the consistency of soft serve ice cream, and make your own flavor combos. I've had chocolate banana, strawberry, blueberry, and this morning, mango/vanilla. I use protein powder (vanilla or chocolate) and unsweetened soy milk (just enough to cover the fruit and powder, so it gets all thick and creamy.

    You could also probably blend up just straight frozen fruit and ice into a slushy form. No added sugar, no fat, just tasty.
    3884 days ago
  • DSHRUBS3
    It is so hard to resist things when you see them. Moderation is key. Kiwi on top of strawberry sounds delicious! Love that idea!
    3884 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.