9/15/14 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Saturday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 11. September 2013 19:22

The past two weeks I have suddenly noticed a difference in my hunger.  I am hungry constantly.  I hate this because I no longer know how to gauge how much I'm eating.  I feel like if I don't eat I'm going to get sick.  So, I've been trying to spread out my meals a little bit more.  I've also added a slice of bread with a tablespoon of reduced fat peanut butter to my regimen now.  I definitely am more hungry (I mean come on, I'm sharing with a 6 pound baby boy now!) but I don't want to just eat "filler carbs" that have no substance or nutrients.  Besides, from what I've noticed, it takes a lot more of those to actually fill me up.  The peanut butter seems to do the trick right away.  At school I eat it at about 3 when I suddenly feel starving and it helps me last until I get home for dinner.  I just feel like a huge hog for eating more because it's not what I have "trained" myself to eat for portion control.  I have to constantly remind myself that there's a baby in there; it's not just me.  Ahhh, four more weeks possibly and then maybe some things with my own body can go back to normal!


Breakfast - 

100 cal English Muffin, 1/4 cup Break-free eggs, 1 Morning Star Veggie Sausage

1 cup fat-free organic milk

3/4 cup strawberries

Lunch - 

Lean Cuisine Pizza


Fat-free yogurt

Snack -


Whole wheat bread with tablespoon of peanut butter

Dinner -

turkey dog 

Small baked potato

Salad (romaine, tomatoes, croutons) 2 tbsp. light ranch

Snack - 

1 small piece of low-fat brownie (2g fat)

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