My 3rd day on Hello to Healthy‘s detox consisted of my morning yummy smoothie, peach this time.
Then the rest of the day, I had leftovers from the day before…that’s the “beauty” of all the recipes being in portions for 2 – 4 people. 😉 I was still hungry in the evening so I cut up a plate of carrots and cucumbers, which I enjoyed with some spicy hummus.
My 4th day on the detox was really tough because I spent most of the day out of town at a funeral, then a visit to my parents’ place. So, although I started the day with my smoothie, lunch was kinda difficult because we were at the funeral reception so I chose the healthiest option I could, trying to stay as close to the detox meals as possible. Since I’m an emotional eater, it was a tough day related to cravings but I fought through it.
On my 3rd day, my man also surprised me by coming home a day early from camping (yay!!!), so he took over cooking for the 4th night and although it wasn’t the detox menus, it still definitely fell within the parameters…plus tasted as awesome as it looks!
Tomorrow night, I’m on my own as he’s working so it won’t look nearly as good, but hopefully will taste yummy still. 🙂
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