Day 25 on Weight Loss Challenge

Part of the You Can Learn Good Health series.
By Ken Brown
Editor, YouCanLearnSeries.com
Updated:
February 10, 2005

Terrific weight loss day for me. I ate right, I didn't indulge in bad foods. I didn't over eat at dinner time. For me the diet is alive. When you are eating healthy and exercising, you feel good about yourself. For one day feel good about yourself.

It is so difficult, when you have advertisements, coworkers and family members bombarding you with bad food choices. But, you need to stand up to the temptation and reward yourself by eating healthy. Make good choices. Be strong. Did you exercise today? Did you make rational choices about foods? Did that coworker push your buttons and cause you to head straight for the comfort food?
It is hard sometimes to do the right thing. That is why it is so important to make positive habits. The first 7 days when you want to initiate a new habit is probably the hardest. You consciously make the right decisions for the first 5 days. But then after that your old habits kick in and it is easy to lose control. You tell your friends that you can't eat lunch with them. It's difficult. But you have to do it. You have to be strong. Reply to them, if you were my friend you wouldn't be tempting me like this. And then you do the right thing.

I went for a walk today. Three miles over muddy paths. There was some ice, but mostly mud. My pants got a little muddy. They are washable.

Breakfast today was an 8 ounce glass of milk and 8 ounce glass of orange juice. I only had one serving of grits. One egg, scrambled. And get this, no butter. Probably saved 200 calories for breakfast alone. Lunch consisted of 2 slices of bread, mayo, slice of bologna, slice of turkey and a slice of Colby Jack cheese. I rounded it all off with green beans and an apple.

Dinner was a little more calories and fat calories intensive. I had two tacos, with grated cheese, salsa, a couple of dollops of sour cream, a taco shell, and lettuce. For dessert, I enjoyed a piece of banana bread. I also had a few small slices of cheese with my dinner, leftover from the superbowl party.

No candy today and no snacking during the day. An excellent day. I hope you also did well today! Good luck today and have a great day!


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