Today, I let my foot take a little rest first, but I will surely be strict with my exercise this coming week.
Updating my food log
- 8:30 am - 2 pieces sliced bread (Gardenia) toasted + 1 tablespoon corned beef mixed with mayonnaise, 1 cup coffee (Nescafe Brown n' Creamy)
- 12:15pm - 1 cup rice, 80 grams bangus (mid-part) paksiw
- 6:25pm - 1 piece fried orlian (small kikiam) with sweet-chili sauce
- 6:49pm - 1 cup rice, beef sinigang (100 grams beef short ribs with bones, 50 grams taro, 30 grams sitaw, 10 grams kangkong), 50 grams Magnolia Ice Cream (french vanilla mud pie)
Total Cups of Water: 16
When I weighed the beef, my sister told me I should take out the bones because I won't eat it anyway, but since one piece weighed 50 grams, I just told her all's okay - it somehow tricked my mind thinking I ate 100 grams of beef, when in fact I what I ate was way less than 100 grams.
Last year, brother bought the diet scale because he was trying to create a recipe for mushroom burger patty. When he placed it in our cart, I didn't like the idea, thinking it was another way of burning money, but now I do appreciate it. I may not know the exact calorie content of my food, but I guess weighing the food would make it easier to measure the calories should I ask a friend from the SFC who has a degree in dietetics and nutrition, whatever (I forgot the exact degree). I still haven't talked to him as he is always busy, but I will send him a message to help me measure the calories.
I already ran out of milk, so the Fitnesse cereal diet was on hold. Will stock up on milk and Fitnesse cereal next grocery shopping day.