Getting It Together: FOOD

My eating habits have been out of control over the last month or so. OUT. OF. CONTROL. When I’m depressed, I eat. When I’m bored, I eat. When I’m sick, I eat (how backwards is that?!).

Basically, all I do is eat.

Today, I’ve worked towards fixing that. My family is also interested in eating well, so we’ve decided to make some changes. My dad suggested Weight Watchers, but my mom isn’t big on it. I don’t care one way or the other. I’d like to stay paleo-friendly, so I’ll be working towards that. To compromise, I spent a good chunk of today pouring over recipes that are WW friendly and paleoish, so that we can enjoy our food and my dad can count his points.

Tonight I made a White Bean Chicken Chili (courtesy of Men’s Health!) that was pretty fantastic. It was low in calories (250ish) and high in protein. Not sure of the WW points, but since he doesn’t plan on starting until next week, I’ve got time.

Anyways, I’m familiar with Skinny Taste, but if you know any other WW recipe sites, please send them my way!

10:39 pm, by uhoh-janellio 44
  1. lizlivinglife said: Let me know if you find any you like! I’m just starting WW and I’ve only used Skinnytaste! I know Hungry Girl has a bunch, but I haven’t really made anything of hers yet.
  2. missmarisol said: Danica’s Daily has some recipes.
  3. thoroughly-milly said: I can.t think of any others right now. I have a few recipes, but you know. I’m not sure how paleo they are.
  4. runningwithguts said: As long as you know the fat, protein, carbs, and fiber in a recipe, you can just plug it into a WW calculator. Makes life easier than seeking out “WW friendly” sites/recipes.
  5. dembangs said: Love the recipes in Men’s Health!
  6. regainingmymoxy said: I am fixing to ask tumblr to meal plan for me.
  7. carolynruns said: Everyday Maven, LaaLoosh, and Emily’s Bites are some of my faves!
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