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What I Eat In A Day – Sunday

Quick post. I’ve had friends ask me to share exactly what I eat in a day, so I’ll probably be doing this periodically.

Today was a rainy Sunday – literally all day (still raining). I would’ve preferred to be chillin on the couch watching Neflix all day because that’s what rainy Sundays are for, but had a few errands to run and things to get done for the week. I go on my trip this Thursday (eek!) so I’m trying to tie up all lose ends and make sure I’ve got everything I need.

Today I ate:

3 slices of no added sugar bacon, scrambled eggs with shredded American cheese and a little Crystal hot sauce, and home fries cooked in butter. Also, a homemade cappuccino made with whole milk and cinnamon AND a fresh squeezed orange mango juice (half juice/half water).

Didn’t eat lunch today. I often don’t on weekends since I get up later and therefore eat breakfast later. Sometimes I’ll have a snack like apples and peanut butter if I start to get hangry, but usually I don’t need one.
Salmon with a spicy chipotle honey mustard sauce and mashed potatoes.


  1. Nalani says

    Hello pretty lady!
    I was wondering how you feel about coconut sugar? It’s unrefined, but obviously it’s still sugar lol. I do love me some bacon (uncured, natural)… but one thing I really enjoy doing to it is sprinkling on lots of cracked pepper and a pinch of coconut sugar while it’s cooking.
    Do you think refined sugar creates the same affect as unrefined?


    • Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you! I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus! That sounds amazing. I eat lots of bacon too. 🙂 As you said, sugar is sugar. You shouldn’t consume coconut sugar regularly because it will still raise your blood sugar levels, but it is lower on the glycemic index than regular table sugar, so it won’t raise it quite as much. Also, unlike table sugar, coconut sugar does have a minuscule amount of vitamins and minerals in it, but not necessarily enough to make an impact. Long story short, you should use coconut sugar sparingly, but it is slightly better than regular refined white sugar.


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