Meal Plan

It feels good to eat well (and healthy)
If anyone likes to eat, it would be me! I've always been a grazer. It was after my second child that I took the opportunity to focus on my physical activities more. A number of years later with small noticeable changes, I remained "fit" and overall healthy. It took some personal circumstances for me to get serious about my eating. Everyone has a starting point. See the sample meals below as a guide. Always always always... drink PLENTY or WA-TAAA (water ;) )
1 egg
1 banana
1 piece of toast
I personally prefer an egg white. I am not a fan of egg yolk. I understand that it has to start somewhere. So, let's start with the hard boiled egg then move on to just the white. One fruit of choice and toast. Refrain from wheat, honestly guys sometimes it's just dye in white bread. Let's stick to whole grain. If you absolutely have to have something on the toast stay with grassfed butter or preservative or even agave AAAAAND WAA-TAAA (water :) )
1/2 cup tuna
1 cup cottage cheese
1 piece of toast
Black coffee or tea
Now I am a no package person, so I would recommend staying away from prepackaged (anything) but since you may be starting off we'll go with that for right now. Remember whole grain and no jelly!!! Herbal (loose leaf) teas no sweet teas. Black coffee no sugar no cream. Or a nice tall glass of WAAA-TAAAA (water :) )
Lean meat or chicken
1 cup green beans
1 cup carrots
1 apple
Grass/vegetarian diet meats, vaccummed sealed is better. No canned anything! Fresh snapped green beans. Don't have time, I can deal with the steamed bags. Though I want to get you away from packaged items. Stay organic if you can. If you can't clean clean clean. and a wonderful glass of WAA-TAA (water)
All seeded fruits. I do not suggest seedless anything, even raisens. I know it can be a pain. However, you'll thank me later. Let's not forget my personal favorite water water Waaa-taa