Hidily hodily friendly friends!
Today I want to discuss something that I think a lot of people trying to lose weight would tend to say they struggle with.
Now, I'm no expert, I definitely don't have any qualifications and I don't want anyone to take what I say as 100% accurate, etc. etc. because let's face it, I'm a 17 year old girl passionate about food, health, cooking and well being in general who simply has a voice and a need to share it. :)
So with that out of the way let's get on with the post that developed from the taking of waaayyyy too many pictures of a- albeit quite delicious- breakfast that resulted in me making up an entire post to coincide with said photographs! :D You can't get a more succinct and to-the-point intro as that, am I right? ;)
Anywho, this thinking of the topic I'm about to delve deeper into developed from another camp I went on recently (again, extremely rewarding, super fun and filled with so many great memories) wherein the food was a little different to my usual affair and in turn my hunger levels were a little different to their usual affair. Entire hulk-hungry Steph :D
You see a usual breakfast for me at home is one I've cooked up, very rarely involving anything packaged/ artificially sweetened/ processed/ high salt (you catch my drift- I'm not one for sugary cereals, or salty bacon, yupo?)
What are your thoughts?
Do you ever find going away and changing your diet significantly affects your hunger levels?
What's your perfect ratio/ intake/ necessary requirements for a meal to satisfy you?
What did you have for breakfast today? Just out of curiousity because that's what the weirdo inside of me finds interesting! ;)
Well that is it from me today, I hope you enjoyed the post that contained way too many pictures of a way too delicious breakfast and also got something from the little breaks of words in between! Have a fabulous day, be kind to your body, fuel it with the beautiful foods it deserves and as always; EAT SOMETHING DELICIOUS!! Bye for now friendly friends! :D