Congrats, Ghyslaine! I hate to rain on your parade, (
) - but does Yoga count as "exercise"? I think only something that actually gets your heart rate up "counts" as "exercise" for the purposes of this thread? (I guess the real question is, should we be "strict" about it, or should we just be focused on adding "healthy" things into our lives?). Yoga is GREAT for stress relief and flexibility, but it doesn't burn calories. I think we're talking cardio-exercices here - maybe that's what you meant about incorporating a cardio exercise one day a week.
Well, I've been bad the last couple of days about the fruit and veges. I have been good about the water. I had the CT Scan Thursday, and as it was with contrast, I HAD to drink lots and lots of water Thursday and Friday to flush the iodine or whatever it is from my system. I wasn't allowed to eat Thursday before the thing, and we had stew for dinner - just not very much. A couple of baby carrots, couple of small potatoes, and a couple of bites of celery. And a couple of chocolate bars (
). So while in total it wasn't a lot of calories, it wasn't good ones, for the most part. Then Friday we had to head into NYC, so we got up super early - and didn't make breakfast.
. We didn't eat (or drink much water) all day. I guzzled at night, and then only thing I ate was some Lucky Charms (a breakfast cereal) and a piece of cheese. BAD GIRL!
Today...O.K. Grapefruit, raisin bran, orange juice for breakfast. Macaroni salad (but with lots of red pepper sliced into it) and a Reece's Peanutbutter cup for lunch (:tounge2
, and more stew for dinner (it was so good, and there was so much of it we froze a bunch whenever it was that Gary made it). Not so good on the water today - maybe 1 litre. But three cups of green tea!