Well I thought that the food was going to be like cardboard, especially the whole wheat products.
I actually think it has more flavor now that I know how to properly read a label and select some of the
best varieties of pasta, breads, and rice. I had spaghetti for dinner. I measured and weighed everything
out so that I stick to my menu plan. The whole wheat pasta tasted great plain. I topped it with diced chicken, diced tomatoes, and cauliflower. I've had meals in restaurants where they charge close too
$15.00 for something like that however it didn't cost me nearly that amount. A box of pasta will last more than 6 meals. The sauce will last even longer than that. Ofcourse your welcome to put anything in it you like. For snack people warned me about the natural peanut butter. I found it delicious there is no waiting to get used to the taste. I probably would of turned my nose at most of this food, I believe that there is reason for this. I'm really ready to change my life. There are those out there who do have to get used to food. I know I will have to get used to some vegetables and that's because I want to.
(brussel sprouts, onions, and peppers) They aren't my favorite.
I used to sleep whenever I could, now I want to be awake and alive. I've even set the alarm early so I can get up and make my breakfast and keep on an eating schedule. Then I put house cleaning, drs appointments, and exercise on my list. Today besides my 2 half hours I decided while I was waiting for the pharmacy to fill my prescriptions I clocked out a 1.2 mile walk and my year old son and I walked it. Having to stop about 5 or so times we did 1.2 miles in 34 minutes. I'm not sure how that compares next time I will take his stroller because I feel I could have gone faster without the stops and the further we got he tend to lag back while hanging on my hand.