Collard Beets

Day 12 is done and I’m feeling a lot better than I have the past few days.  I even did a little Tai Cheng this afternoon!  After doing yoga work study, I was able to meet up with Diana, whom I haven’t seen in weeks!  It turned out to be a gorgeous day too, so we sat and had lunch in the sunshine at Whole Foods.  I also had an amazing conversation with my health coach through Institute for Integrative Nutrition.  I really can’t wait to see what my journey this year brings!

Same amazing breakfast I’ve been having every morning!

Today’s lunch on the Reset was hearty vegetable miso soup with a microgreen salad, so I compromised at Whole Foods.

I grabbed some lettuce and threw a bunch of different things on top: quinoa salad, artichokes, beans, zucchini salad, and cucumber tomato salad.

I thought I was super hungry so I grabbed some vegan sushi too, even though it wasn’t Reset approved with the white rice.  I ended up being satisfied with what I ate and only ate a few bites of the sushi and decided to bring the rest home to my mom (it was either that or throw it in the trash, and I hate throwing food away).

I did get semi-hungry in the afternoon though, so I grabbed my blueberries and green apple. No pic of the green apple though, I was already eating it when I realized I hadn’t taken a pic.  🙂

For dinner I had collard greens for the first time with roasted beets and it tasted amazing!  I used a little too much coconut oil to took it, but it was prepared with that, some onions, garlic, coconut milk, and a little Himalayan salt.  So good!!

Now to get ready for a busy week!

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