Day 144 of Project 365. So, today is my birthday. I'm not real wild about being 42, but I am making the best of it. I was looking through some photos last night and I thought that this would make a nice retro picture. Gotta love that shirt!! I'm guessing that this picture is from...oh...1974.
You will get no apologies from me, either. I've been a fan ever since I was about 9 years old. I can remember playing football with my friends and then everybody going to their homes to watch the Bears play. This was back in the mid-1970s. Anyone from Chicago can tell you how bad the Bears were back then. It was actually embarrassing. Even the arrival of Walter Payton did not make much of a difference in the win/loss column. There was no other way to say it: Back in the middle to late 1970's the Chicago Bears were BAD. Actually, the early 80's were not kind to the Bears either.
I usually had the TV to myself back in those days. Watching 6 hours of football was the norm for me. After watching the Bears routinely lose week in and week out, I started noticing the Raiders were on consistently at 3 PM on Channel 5. I'll never forget the game that made me a Raiders fan. The Raiders were playing the Chargers and Raiders Defensive End John Matuszak sacked the Chargers quarter…
Since posting on Facebook about getting my cholesterol under control, a few people have expressed interest in seeing what I eat.
FIRST - I am not a doctor nor am I a dietician!
SECOND - The eating plan I'm on is from the Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type Diet book. I'm not going to debate anyone on whether or not it's nonsense. It's working for ME and that's all I care about.
Without further ado, Here's what I ate for breakfast this morning:
1) One Banana
2) One serving of Chia Seeds
3) Two tablespoons of Golden Omega Ground Flaxseed
4) One cup of Soy Milk
5) Two scoops of Naked Nutrition Pea Protein powder
That all goes into the blender. The following I just eat as is:
1) One Guava fruit
2) One Plum
3) Two prunes
4) Six Cherries
Total calories: 562
1) Two Organic Rice Cakes. Ingredients: Rice. Nice and short!
2) One half of a serving of butter
3) Ground Cinnamon
4) One serving of Pure Raw Honey
5) 8 pieces of raw Broccoli
6) One serving of Walnut…