Saturday, February 16, 2008

Update on the food intake

Yesterday was a successful with no spews! YAY! Here's what I had:

4 vita wheat and cheese
Time taken to eat: 30 mins
Difficulty Level: 5/10
Number of Spews: 0

4 rice thinks with tatziki
Time take to eat: 45 mins (cos I was talking talking talking!!)
Difficulty Level: 4/10
Number of Spews: 0

Afternoon tea
2 snickers fun size bars and a cup of Mango
Time taken to eat: 30 mins (5 mins for both chocolates!!)
Difficulty Level: 3/10
Number of Spews: 0

Curry and Rice (approx 2 tablespoons of rice and 2 tablespoons of curry
Time taken to eat: 60 mins (with a couple of glasses of red wine)
Difficulty Level: 5/10
Number of Spews: 0

1/3 of a chocolate mousse cake with ice cream *hangs head in shame*
Time taken to eat: 30 mins (shared with 2 other people)
Difficulty Leve: 2/10
Number of Spews: 0

So as you can see, a fairly good day for me and my band. This morning I made myself wicked omlette... unfortunately, I could only get through a bit of it! This is how much I had:

So delicious... it had tomato, ham, cheese and spanish onion in it... YUM!

Have a good weekend!

LBG xx


mjwdec73 said...

Yum - that omelette looks good. Well done getting through the day with no spewing too - what a relief.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you are doing so much better with your food...and it alls sounds so yummy!

Good on you :)

Tarn71 said...

Hi Erica,

I have days where out of the blue I can't keep a thing down and I agree its the swelling that makes it continue throught the day.( I had one of those yesterday for no reason)

Sometimes it just doesn't make sense. 1 day you can eat chicken and the next you can't keep liquid down. If only the rules were hard and fast !!!!.

I agree that omlette looks lush, I can't eat eggs in any form, and haven't been able to since initial banding... bugger it... cause I love eggs... I lov'em scrambled, poached, fried, omlette, quiche, fritata... man I am makin myself want them...

Cheers Tarn xxxx

Kathy said...

Hi Erica,
Thanks for your encouragement on my site - much appreciated. Keep this one up - its great to read and you keep it real. Any advice for me is welcome!
cheers, Kathy (skinnyminnie2b)