The family had pancakes so I had banana pancakes. I eat them without syrup or anything and drink a lot of water to make it fill me. I really like them because I'm eating 2 eggs and a banana in a way that is yummy to me. I could never just eat 2 scrambled eggs. I was just feeling lazy and not wanting veggies for a snack at that moment, so I had a larabar uber nut roll. I wonder if that's still on the diet? Its still all natural, kosher, and gluten free but I just wondered because of the different name. My stores only have peanut butter larabars and I wanted something different (im pretty sure you arent supposed to have peanuts at all on paleo). I had tuna and avocado and added some carrot sticks for lunch. Everyone in my family was snacking on semi-sweet chocolate chips all day so that was a little hard but I am proud that I have resisted everything this far. Like carrie said, I wasn't as organized or deliberate in my eating today but it wasn't horrible. I did have 3 chocolate squares which isn't great, but they were good.
I do like that this is a sustainable diet. Even though at times I wish I could just eat bread or have baked goods, I haven't given in which is huge for me, and I think its because there are plenty of healthy fats and sugars from fruit. The protein is keeping me full enough to resist. I think it hinges on me being prepared though. If I don't already have an idea of what to eat then I would probably just give in. Which means I better go plan my next week!!
I hope everyone got to enjoy conference! I really liked the morning session! I had the afternoon session on but didn't hear but a few sentences hear and there. The girls weren't able to listen as well on the second half and Brady was studying so I didn't force it.
B: Banana pancakes
S1: Larabar- Uber Nut roll
L: Tuna w/ avocado and a few carrot sticks
S2: Peach w/ handful of almonds
D: Bean soup (leftover from yesterday) 3 chocolate squares