I recently got stuck in airport due a delayed flight. But I didnt end up eating junk food. In fact, I have a secret that can help you avoid cheating on your diet.
First, you have to be prepared. In fact, here are my meals from that day. My brunch included on omelet with vegetables, some grilled fish & peppers, fruit (pineapple, raspberries, blueberries, watermelon), and a V8.
A late lunch included a grilled chicken salad (2 breasts), jimaca, salsa, black beans, avocado (I substituted the salsa for the dressing). NOTE: a Mexican lunch what eaten at restaurant. I said “no thanks” to the chips and salsa. So there you go, proof that you can eat healthy when you eat out.
My snacks at the airport included raw cashews, red delicious apple, raw almonds, as well as a banana and more almonds later on my flight.
Without my preparation, I would have been outta luck, and stuck eating M & M’s (the peanut child, of course) and greasy take out food at the airport. So what’s the secret? Accountability.
I’ve committed to telling the world about my diet and workouts, so I can not bad set a example or break my promise to you by eating junk food.
I’m holding myself accountable to you. By doing this, I’m going to be more focused on eating healthier than ever, because I don’t want to have to report to YOU that I’m cheating on my diet.
I so need to eat well and research the best options so that I can pass along little insider nutrition tips to you, such as these tips.
(1) Most people do not know that the peanut butter they feed their kids (and themselves!) is filled with two of the nastiest ingredients in the world, and those are trans fats (the “bad” child of fat) and sugar. So you should choose peanut butter that contains JUST peanuts as the one and only tease.
(2) My favorite canned food is Amy’s organic chili. I usually with medium stick go but sometimes I spice.
(3) I add a little of Mrs. Renfro’s organic salsa to almost every meal I eat. A little bit with my morning omelet, a little with my chili at lunch, and a little with my BBQ chicken at night.
By the way, you should’nt follow my lead and start posting your daily diet and exercise somewhere for someone who is holding you accountable.
For many people, being ACCOUNTABLE to others is their #1 way to stay motivated and on track with their diet and exercise program.
You see, I that I’m going to all of my meals each day post’m committing to you, showing you almost how to eat, nutritious foods even when you are traveling or really busy. Accountability is one of the major MOTIVATION of secrets to success.