Friday, January 30, 2009

Detox - Day 6

Just a quick update.
I was feeling so sick yesterday. I went to work, but struggled through. I tried to make myself eat, and eat healthy things, but it was a struggle and I got less than 1,000 calories. Also, I wasn't able to work out for the 2nd day in a row.
So - take this with a grain of salt, but I was down another 0.8 lbs today to 161.2, which brings my total loss since the 'official' weigh-day last Saturday to 6.4 lbs.

For breakfast, I had an orange.
For lunch, I had leftover split pea soup with coconut milk.
For snack I had 3 stalks of celery with 1 tbsp. peanut butter.
For dinner I had sweet potato fries (made with 1/2 sweet potato and 1/2 tbsp. olive oil), 1.5 c. broccoli, 1/3 c. homemade hummus (chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, garlic), and 15 sesame rice crackers

Total Calories: 962
Total Fat: 47g
Total Carbs: 123
Total Protein: 29g
Total Fiber: 28g
Total Sodium: 1,278 mg

Total WW Points: 21.5

I'm slightly concerned that I could eat this few calories and still be 0.5 above my daily allowance - I know I'm not including WPs or APs, but still...what if I decided, as some do, that I wanted to save those WPs and APs for a special weekend day...that means I could eat fewer than 1,000 calories all week long and have that be 'legal'? A little odd. I guess it's not a perfect science - just guidelines. But for now I'm going to keep checking calories, etc. in addition to points

3 comments:

AmeliaPontes said...

Your detox has been interesting to read about, I have never tried to go on one. I'm never quite aware of how many calories I am eating in total as I usually just to stick to counting my points. Maybe I'll try keeping track of total calories to see how many I am consuming in a day.

Hope you feel better!

Rachel said...

You'll be in the 150s in no time!

Laura Brandon said...

That was one of the reasons I quit Weight Watchers, because one day I decided to count calories AND points and I realized that you don't get enough calories if your points are in the low 20s, even if you're eating healthy filling foods. It concerns me a little bit. Oh, and sorry I'm so late in commenting, I'm still trying to get caught up in my Google Reader!