ss_blog_claim=ded1032afe4804d8c786343d92d4da42 Low Carb Weigh Of Life

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Well, I just got home from my weekend trip to Melbourne Florida. I went with three of my good friends to celebrate the Libra birthdays. It was a very nice, relaxing trip that consisted mainly of eating, drinking, and laying out at the pool. We stayed at the Crowne Plaza Oceanfront Resort, and it was a nice hotel but definitely not what I'm used to when I think of Crowne Plaza because it is considerably older and had exterior entrances. I did get an employee rate of $59, so it was still a great value. We had dinner at a sushi restaurant and then a couple of drinks at a little beachside bar. It was nice to get away, but even nicer to come back. Oh well, it's back to reality tomorrow.

I totally went off diet and had pancakes for breakfast yesterday and Teriyaki chicken with fried rice for dinner last night. It was great, but the diet starts back up first thing tomorrow.

While laying out, I did start reading the book that was recommended to me by Jimmy Moore. It lists most of the well known low carb diets, and gives a review of them according to star rating. Very interesting reading.

2 comments:

Jimmy Moore said...

Glad you enjoyed reading Dr. Jonny Bowden's Living The Low-Carb Life. It is one of my all-time favorite low-carb books and PERFECT for anyone considering or doing the low-carb lifestyle. :D

SunEGrl said...

Thanks Jimmy, it is the perfect book for me because I was so confused after Kimkins that I didn't know which direction to turn. I've narrowed it down to a few different diets, that I think might fit me best. I also learned some neat tricks in regards to net carbs as well. I really wanted to try the low carb meatloaf, but I wasn't sure which filler to use. In reading the book, one of the diets specifically mentioned Fiber One cereal so I picked that up at the store today. It has 11 net carbs in one serving so I am going to try crushing some of it and using it as the filler for my meatloaf. I'm sure there are lots of other tips in there that I will be able to use as well, so I really appreciate the recommendation.