So, the day before yesterday my mom brought home a jar of Nutella. I had seen it on tv and in the stores but didn't really believe that something made out of hazelnuts, milk and cocoa could taste too good. Well... I was wrong! It is better than good! It is fantastic! I do need to be careful because it exceeds peanutbutter calorically. 200 cals per 2TBSP!! Holy crap!
So on my morning toast I put 1/2 TBSP peanut butter and 1/2 TBSP Nutella plus 1/4 banana and OMG! It's like dessert only with a ton of protein, fiber ... And yes, unfortunately, sugar.
Sassy's toast that she decided not to eat. My mind is trying to tell me to eat it but I won't.
And now for the questions!!
I want both calorie counters and point counters to answer this. Unfortunately this is not a question for low carbers.
So for you calorie counters:
Do you count calories for fresh fruits and veggies?
If you don't, why?
If you do, do you find yourself having to cut down on other foods in order to get in your 5 servings of fruits and veggies respectively?
For you point counters:
On the WW Pointsplus plan fresh fruits and veggies are free (0 points)
If, for example, you eat an entire squash for dinner, (but are still under your 5 servings of veggies) do you count the squash for points? or is it still 0?
What happens if you go over 5 servings in a day? Is there a point value assigned to fruits and veggies?
Thanks in advance
My husband was supposed to be served last night. I hope he was. He texted me last night but didn't mention it. I'm getting kinda antsy because I just got my attorneys bill and holy mother effer!! I about blew a gasket when I saw the amount for a month worth of service. Deep breath. It's all good. I will live.
And lastly, Sassy and Breezy had a playdate yesterday.
And then Sassy had to come home and make sure she was still as beautiful...
- Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone