Body Rest Diet Day 2:
Day two has been much easier than day one; not only because I knew what to expect but also because I finally got my hands on some snacks.
I didn’t feel hunger on day one but my mouth and throat had been very dry. I was working away from home on day two so after my breakfast smoothie, I prepared my lunch smoothie to take with me on my rounds.
My snack of choice was Rivercote wheat crispbread, and dry roasted peanuts. Odd combination I know but we all have our achilles heel and mine’s anything peanut related. Peanuts might be high in fibre but they are also very high in calories and too much of it is probably not suitable for the first phase of the body reset diet.
Don’t get me wrong, some of the body reset diet smoothies such as Autumn fruit frosty and PB & J smoothie require teaspoons of peanut butter but I’d hoped to avoid them because of my unhealthy obsession with peanuts.
Other than my fear of going peanut crazy, day two was smooth sailing – no hunger, tasty smoothies, and the chewy snacks really added another dimension – normalcy to the diet.
Activity: I didn’t have my pedometer on but I walked in heels around central London all day. I’m sure I was able to hit the 10,000 steps target and more.
I’m so excited I’m getting a hang of the diet and I can’t wait to see the results. I can’t wait till day five to see if there’s been any weight loss.
Breakfast: Pear Spice Smoothie
Lunch: Stone Fruit Smoothie
Dinner: Kiwi-Strawberry Smoothie
Snack : 4 wheat crisp bread (115 kcal) + a handful of dry roasted peanuts