>Disappearing Act

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Whoa, it’s been a while since my last post! Between a plethora of vacations and trying to fend off this little cold that I will not let get the best of me, I have been so tired and overwhelmed and as a result have not been eating well at all. I figured, there is not better way to stabilize and regroup than to return from my disappearing act and starting accounting for all of my eats! And having all of you keep me in check 😉

I lucked out last night and had this ah-maze-ing dinner at Barbuto. Seriously so delicious, I’m not joking. I started with a grapefruit salad and then ordered the Seabeam as an entree. The fish comes whole (eyes and all) so I got to cut off the head and take off the spine. There is no harm in playing with your food as an adult!

Fun Fact: if you are stranded on an island, eat the eyeballs of fish for hydration. (Yes I learned this last night…and no I did not eat them, I had a glass of water / wine in front of me so I was all set)

Dessert was an indulgence but well worth it: coffee semifredo icecream, lemon almond pound cake and mint gelato. Mm mm. No worries! I split this between 5 people, but I wish it was all for me 🙂

After my extra-large dins last night, I started off the morning on the right foot with a killer spin workout (I created 40 wats of energy on the new Green Revolution bikes!) and a protein shake:

1 C organic skim milk, 1 Scoop vanilla protein powder, 2 T ground flax, handful of frozen cranberries. This was delicious, and pink!

What is your take on protein powder? Is it chemicals? Is it better to get protein from “real” foods? I don’t know that much/anything about it so any information would be helpful and interesting!

Great to be back folks!

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  1. >omg, you had to cut off the head AND the spine!? i would die. i was once served a fish with its head and had to cover the face with my vegetables in order to eat it. i'm impressed!i can't really decide how i feel about protein powder. i've never eaten it, and i think i get plenty of protein from plant sources, fish, and yogurt on my own. protein powder is so expensive too – i'd rather spend the money on food since i'm not much of a smoothie person. but to each her own – i know some people swear by it!

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