Like I said, I don't do tomatoes. So, I did poultry and Veggies. Easy Peasy and feeling great! I went out for a night with some friends and felt more confident with a flatter tummy. I had a glass of wine. They never said anything about wine...
Day 6 -- Another day of Poultry and veggies. I added Salmon to that list. 'Cause there was NO WAY I was passing up fresh caught salmon from Lake Michigan that my Father-in-law came home with. Yum! I caved and had a small scoop of ice cream. eeek...
This is the day I discovered Turkey burgers. OH. MY. Top them with guacamole side of black beans and corn. AH-MAZE-ING. Turkey burgers will now be added to my regular menu.
Day 7 -- Miracle soup day.
I did no miracle soup.
A. It was 105 degrees outside. There was no soup cooking happening in my kitchen.
B. I had more turkey burgers calling my name and
C. Our neighbors invited us over for kabobs and sweet corn.
So, day 7 was another poultry and vegetable day...except I ate two pieces of beef on the kabob.
I am encouraged.
I didn't follow this to a tea, but it was a great guide line.
Considering all the rules I made up on my own, I am pretty ecstatic about the results.
The biggest thing I notice is that I want to keep going. I thought for sure I would be counting down the minutes until I could have some sugar.
My desire to keep on track with the clean eating is far outweighing my desire for sugar.