What I Eat in a Day (-2 LBS Each Week)

My Weight Loss Journey

I began my journey April of this year. Some weeks I would exercise and diet rigorously, others not. My routine has not been consistent, but nonetheless, I have shed around 21 pounds (as of September 1). Last month I managed to lose 7.8 pounds. The dieting method that deserves credit for my past and ongoing weight loss is the https://www.cdc.gov/healthyweight/calories/index.html” calorie deficit diet

My Weight Loss Regimen

As I am not a gym buff, I do not find it necessary to consume many calories. I try not to surpass 1500 calories daily. Some days I will consume the entire 1500, while other days of the week I’ll consume 8 or 900. I have started going to the gym again this month, but I am not doing high intensity training, yet.

I am sharing photos of what I ate yesterday, Sept. 19, so you can see an example of my diet. I do not eat the same things every day, but I do make at least one meal in a large batch to last me a week. For the last 3 weeks, my large batch of choice has been posole.

The food below was an approximate 1,030-1,080 calories.

diet pic 1

Green smoothie made with spinach and pineapple (approx 170 cal)

diet pic 2

Seedless watermelon (approx 100 calories)

diet pic 3

Entire bag of beef jerky (240 calories)

diet pic 4

2 Chips Ahoy! packs (220 calories)

diet pic 5

Posole with chicken (approx 350 calories)

For anyone seeking a support group for weight loss, I encourage you to join the Weight Loss Motivation and Support Group on Facebook.

Kimberly Price is a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio, where she studied communication, public relations, and business administration. Her specialties are campaigns and strategic communication. She enjoys discussing with others topics in career and current events, beauty, plus-size fashion, and lifestyle. 

She currently resides in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband, Anvesh.

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