Paleo Kim’s 21 Day Sugar Detox Journal Entry – DAY 2

Woke up at 8 am because my husband – let’s call him Non-Paleo Mark – tried to be quiet getting ready for work (obviously unsuccessful) so I rolled my butt out of bed and got dressed, drank half a cup of luke-warm coffee that was left in the pot and decided to walk the dogs. I was aiming for a 1 hour good paced walk NOT…E- if you want to walk or learn to run and want to track the routes you take, time, even elevation and you have an iPhone I would suggest the free app Runkeeper. It doesn’t let you map your route beforehand but it keeps track of where you went – According to Runkeeper, I walked for 1:01 hours, walked 5.3 km and burned 392 calories all while listening to my music on shuffle. Can you believe that hearing “Take a Chance on Me” by ABBA immediately after “For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Metallica doesnt sound as weird as you would think. Runkeeper even gave me a medal screen because that was my personal best – it’s nice like that!


BREAKFAST: Sautéed up a shallot with some sliced white mushrooms, red pepper strips, and spinach in olive oil. once that was done I moved them to a plate and cooked two eggs over easy in the same pan and then put a bit of hot sauce and salt on. Had more coffee – yes the same crappy cold coffee I left to go walking over an hour before. LUNCH: Put one of the chicken breasts I made last night in the oven on broil and grabbed a handful of the salad I made the night before too. No dressing. I have noticed lately that I really like to eat with my hands and dressing just makes it messier.

KIM’S SUPPER: Right after breakfast I started to prep stuff for my supper which was Coconut Curry Lamb and Beef Meatballs – recipe from Eating for Idiots. You get this going a couple of hours before so it can simmer for a while (this is a good Saturday / Sunday meal for us working folk) and I riced up a head of Cauliflower and put it in the fridge. Once it was supper time, I took some cauliflower rice from the fridge, put some meatballs and sauce on top and throw in the nuker for 3 minutes.

FAMILY’S SUPPER: Curried Chicken with rice. I made this at the same time as I was prepping my curry.

SNACK: Brussell Sprout Chips from Nom Nom Paleo– so good and salty and crunchy! The BS haters in my house (which is everyone but me) complain and whine for hours about the smell – oh well – that just happens to be a bonus – my little bit of payback for making me make another meal (I know – I am a petty, petty person). I think I am going to make some tea with lemon then put it in the fridge so i can have something cold to drink besides water tomorrow.


~Paleo Kim~

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