Discussion in 'Keep Fit & Maintain Shape' started by sridevi1977, Jan 17, 2017.
I want to Join this group I too want to reduce my wt.
I think even in diluted portions it impacts the teeth enamel. But I just read in some groups. No first hand experience.
Its so hard to drink ACV, but you reminded me, I will try lemon water and honey in the morning. Thanks
Quite similar like yday.
10 min workout morning and evening
BF - 3 dosai and podi with ghee
lunch - sambar, rice and veggies
evening - peanuts, dates and pears all little
dinner - good portion of khichdi, bitter gourd and little curd.
Plan tomorrow is to have lemon and honey in empty stomach. I'm hoping i don't gorge and get better at rotating different grains rather than just rice. But thats the long term goal.
That helps similarly.
ACV as soon as I woke up
Breakfast - 1 dosa and a cup of milk
Mid morning snack - Baked Ragi muruku (No oil / fried)
Lunch - Mushroom sabji & 1 roti
Evening - Coffee (I have reduced from 3 cups a day to 1, will work harder)
Night - Veggie salad sandwich
Workout - walking for 30 mins.
Planning to start Yoga from tomorrow, I was practicing until last week and couldn't follow it this week due to other commitments.
Nice food day. What kind of yoga do you do? Do you follow any video? baked ragi muruku - pls share recipe.
10 mins workout morning and evening
bf - 3 kambu idli with veggies and sambar
lunch - rice and quinoa, veggie and sambar
eve - peanuts dates 1/2 apple; lemon water with honey
dinner - rice quinoa veggie and sambar (not to high, but little bit more than what i need)
better day, as i didnt gorge food so far. but my friends have invited for dinner outside. I finished my dinner in the hope that i will not give into craving and eat junk. Praying for it.
@Ahuja Having PCos you could skip milk and intake curds. Curds have the live bacteria and good to be taken Milk has a lot of hormone injected substances and going to help you with pcod
Missed your post. Welcome to the thread. Pls post your daily food and workout updates and your goals.