Prescription for Success and Disaster

6 Mar

Little Changes

I’ve often encouraged people to make little changes toward a healthier lifestyle.  It may mean taking the stairs instead of the elevator, walking outside for five minutes during your lunch break, or drinking one less soda per day.  Over time, these changes can add up to some pretty significant weight loss.

However, little changes toward an unhealthier lifestyle can work in the same way.  They may take form in an extra soda here and there, donuts at the office, and an overabundance of slacking off on the exercise.

Today, my slide went toward the bad when I met with my life group at McDonald’s.  We had a great meeting and the kids loved the Play Place, but I must admit that I did not choose the healthiest meal.  I slid toward the unhealthy with my Angus Burger, fries, and soda.  I knew that there were healthier choices there, but I just didn’t choose them.

I’m going to try my best to have a healthier day tomorrow.

Here’s What I Had To Eat Today:

1 Snackwell’s Protein Meal Bar

1 Serving of Fried Rice

1 Serving of Vietnamese Beef

1 Serving of Vietnamese Soup

1 Banana

1 Serving of Nonfat Strawberry Kiwi Yogurt

1 Small Fries

1 Angus Burger

80 oz of water

24 oz of Coca-Cola

My Exercise Today:

50 Minutes of Walking

20 Squats

My Supplements Friday:

1 Fish Oil Pill

1 Men’s Multi-vitamin

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