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R2 P2 – Day 40 - After the Road Trip

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Day 40 - One more week of P2 remains 35 shots (32 vlcd plus 3 loading)

224 (-0.2) Celebrating . . . no gain!!!

I was good and I have to say I made myself proud. First of all it was a great weekend, I had a lot of fun and it was very good to be away for a little bit, the road trip was a long ride but a good one. I ate out and had steak with veggies and behaved myself.

There was one incident where we went to a Mexican restaurant and I ordered unsweetened iced tea and when the waitress refilled me I added splenda instead of stevia and then thought to myself for a quick second that splenda really is pretty sweet, only to realize later that I had gotten the sweetend tea by mistake, I was almost done with that refill by that time so I just laughed at myself because I really HAD noticed a difference but I guess I liked the sweetness to think too hard about it or question it. Besides, I was too busy trying to avoid the chips and salsa on the table and the other goodies on the menu.

Yesterday’s Meals (Sun)

Breakfast: Coffee

Lunch: approx. 6 oz. Chicken, Apple, water

Dinner: 4 oz. Steak with stir fried veggies (tomatoes, onions and peppers), yes fried, 3 glasses Iced Tea (One
sweetened) (Mexican)

Teas: Iced Tea


Meals - (Sat)

Breakfast: Coffee

Snack Apple

Lunch: Unsweetend Iced Tea, 2 scrambled eggs (IHOP)

Dinner: Chicken wings, Pickle, water (made do . . chicken was definately not protocol but the best thing to be found at
a kid's party

Teas: Iced Tea

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Updated October 10th, 2011 at 06:10 AM by HealthierMel

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  1. Perseverance's Avatar
    Congratulations, I knew you would do it!
  2. HealthierMel's Avatar
    Thank you for your faith, I tell you . . . preparation is half the battle won.