Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Day 66 - The Organic Banana

Hello blog.

Really simple day today.

I had an organic banana to start.

It was a lot smaller than a non-organic banana. And it smelled more banana-y. Probably because the organic ones aren't genetically modified to grow larger, right?

My mango rotted before I could eat it.

Then I had some chinese food. Kung pao chicken, beijing beef, and chow mein noodles, with a side of rangoons.

Then I came home, made yesterday's blog post, then slept for literally 17 hours straight. (I just woke up)

Still losing weight. Calories for today were around 1100 - 1400.

Until tomorrow,


  1. Do you feel better now you've slept? I always find my willpower is so much weaker when I'm exhausted.

  2. I don't bother buying organic bananas. Bananas, along with avocados, mangos, papayas, and pineapples have been found to have the lowest pesticide residue (due to the fact that you only eat the insides I suppose). However, apples, cherries, grapes, nectarines, peaches, pears, raspberries, strawberries have very high pesticide residues so you might want to splurge on organic.

    My suggestion: try frozen mangoes (or other fruit). Easy (convenience seems to be an issue with you) and you don't have to worry about it going bad on you.

  3. 17 hours! Seriously you need to get more sleep on a regular basis. I think this could very well be the source of your depression and sadness. I know you're young but you still need to sleep!

    Great job on eating a fresh banana. I'm not be sarcastic, I really mean it, you're slowly changing your eating habits. It's hard to do, but you're doing it!

  4. Have you tried frozen fruit? It never goes bad and 1 cup, 1 minute in the microwave can go really far. Ultimate convenience food for me and it all is super fresh as it is flash frozen.