Just one week left of my 30 day challenge and I’m not sure whether to be happy or sad about it. I mean, I’m happy to be able to indulge in my favourite foods, snacks and desserts again. On the other hand, I’m a little scared I would go back to my daily piece of chocolate and my sugar addiction. I will definitely have to find a solution to that.
I need to find more recipes which are sugar free so that I won’t feel the need to munch on unnecessary carbs and sugar. As I am writing this post, I am enjoying my creamy home made sugar free banana ice cream. And guess what! My family likes it, too! That’s a first. I know it doesn’t look very appetising in my photo, but that’s because I had to add some water to the frozen bananas. It sounded like my food processor was breaking apart because they were very hard. Trust me though, it is delicious. I also made a banana smoothie with hazelnut milk, greek yoghurt and chia seeds – great energy booster!
I ran out for breakfast ideas, so what I ate for a couple of days was some organic rice crackers, topped with tomatoes and sprouts. Instead of butter, I used avocado as a spread. My mum made the most delicious quinoa salad for lunch with olive oil and vinegar which I should definitely learn how to make!
I feel amazing and super energetic. And for the past one and a half weeks I have had absolutely no upset stomach or cramps. I usually have an upset stomach once or twice a week. It’s hard to describe how I feel other than saying “I have never felt this great before”.