I’ve been a big fan of Kashi cereals for a long, long time, but I think I have finally stumbled upon my favorite ever: Cinnamon Harvest.
Think Mini-Wheats, minus the sugar coating and instead flavored lightly with cinnamon sugar. They are so good without being too sweet. Plus when I looked at the ingredients list there were only about five things listed and all of them were real things, not funky chemical stuff.
It’s also my favorite dinner cereal when I’m in a pinch.
My hip still isn’t better, but I think it’s getting there. I tried running for a few minutes on the treadmill the other day just to see how it would feel. I did about 10 minutes and then stopped because it was starting to hurt. I switched the elliptical and finished my workout on that.
The next morning I noticed my hip felt a lot better, but it’s different day to day. Some days it feels great, some days it feels tight and stiff. I’m continuing to stretch and hoping that it will clear up soon.
The BF asked me the other day if I would be his nutrition consultant because he wants to try to eat healthier. While I’m certainly not the perfect eater, I do have a good grasp on what we should and should not be eating. And isn’t it always easier to tell other people what to do rather than do it ourselves.
The BF’s biggest challenge is finding healthy things that are easy to take for lunches at work so that he doesn’t end up doing McDonald’s or Chik-Fil-A every day.
I’m trying to come up with some good alternatives for him.
What kinds of foods do you bring to the office for lunch?