DAY four no booze
I have done zero planning for this. Mainly because I know sod all about nutrition so all I’m eating are what comes to hand. It just goes into the frying pan and with zero grace and comes out looking even more confused than when it went in!
I’m using that low calorie sunflower oil crap. One spray per calorie.
Shit from the herb garden
I’ll have a banana smoothie between. Then lunch is the same but more orange crap thrown in. Tomatoes and carrots.
This is it for me right now.
This is my life. Eggs bananas and salmon dinners.
Dad got all uppity about me paying £3.50 for a Tesco salmon fillet so went out and got a load of cheap Aldi crap. God bless him. Fuck knows what these things are. I tried getting him onto my banana smoothies but he binned the tiny shot glass I gave him. Not for everyone.
All I know is this has been the healthiest run I’ve had in years and I’m only on day 4. No chocolate, no bourbon biscuits, Jaffa cakes, Alpen or brown sauce. Yes I’ve even abandoned my beloved brown sauce. You know for the first time ever I looked at the back of the brown sauce bottled to figure out what’s in brown sauce. It’s apple pulp, garlic, salt, vinegar, sugar and molasses. Sugar wise its not as bad as ketchup, but I can’t be throwing that crap down my stomach anymore. Maybe I’ll look into making my own sauce at some stage.
I’ve spent the entire day researching whether dudes should shave their legs or not. Weird writing contract has come in.
So that;s about it, day 4, going strong.
Don’t think these fry ups are bad for you. I’m using fuck all oil and getting the protein from the veg and eggs. Be interested to hear if anyone is reading this. What a good diet is. I’m currently blitzing 6 bananas a day and 3 table spoons of honey. How’s that?
By the way these articles are daily, and just a rambling. I don’t proof read them back or redraft or any of that nonsense because it’s just a diary for me. They’re not on the homepage but I will post them on twitter. Big up to Pete Hoare who always retweets my crap.
Right time for a generic alcohol fact.
‘One unit equals 10ml or 8g of pure alcohol, which is around the amount of alcohol the average adult can process in an hour. This means that within an hour there should be, in theory, little or no alcohol left in the blood of an adult, although this will vary from person to person.’ – NHS.