I can’t believe another two weeks of dieting are over!
I am wrapping up my tryst with The Special K Challenge and have to admit that this carb-centric kick actually did some good!
Read on to find out the skinny on Special K!
After two weeks of eating Special K cereals for two meals a day and supplementing Special K snacks into my diet, I am happy to report a loss of two more pounds!
To date, I have lost a total of five pounds between The Eat Clean Diet and The Special K Challenge. Alas, I also gained one back along the way so my net loss is four pounds ( I shouldn’t have had that Sunday bagel).
The back of one of my Special K boxes says, ” Jeans Don’t Lie!”, and boy are they right! I definitely fit into my jeans better now, but I’m still not “25” again.
Here’s What I Liked About The Special K Challenge:
1. It’s EASY!!! Just purchase a few of the many SK products and replace two meals and snacks with them.
2. Carbs galore! I lost weight and got to eat cereal twice a day.
3. Portion control and exercise are the key to slimming down.
Here’s What I Wasn’t so Crazy For:
1. Processed food overload! I missed the variety of clean eating.
2. Limited dietary flexibility. If you’re a strict vegan, gluten-sensitive, or have a milk allergy this diet gets a bit tricky. Most of the products have some food allergen in them.
3. Carb and sugar overload, even though I love them both!
The “Princess” is off on vacation for a week! I’ll be using my P Project skills to keep my “diet” under control while away for sure. I also chose a hotel with a gym and am planning a LOT of walking. Vacations are always a challenge for dieters, but they’re also a ton of fun! Check out my post-vacay-diet reality check below:
Next diet up: Skinny Bitch for September!
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