I was able to share my project with a group of people today! They were genuinely curious as to what I ate, what I kept track of, what I had found, and my overall experience with the diet. Some of them were skeptical, but it was a very positive experiment. I may have even found another reader.
That’s what this is all about. It’s about learning and sharing to help people understand. Bringing to light all the wonderful benefits of being vegan, and learning how to deal with the drawbacks. I feel like today was a big success. I even found more cookbooks today!
Homemade Cherry Larabars
- 1½ cups raw almonds
- 1½ cups dried cherries
- 8-10 medjool dates (pits removed)
- water if needed
- In a food processor, combine all 3 ingredients.
- Slowly, a little at a time, add water until you see the mixture clump together.
- Line an 8×8 glass baking dish with parchment paper. Make sure you leave enough room for some paper to stick out the sides.
- Press the mixture into the baking dish.
- Stick in the fridge to firm up.
- Once firm, use a pizza cutter to cut into bars.
Weight: 211.4 lb (-3.6 change)
Fasting Blood Glucose Level: 106
Blood Pressure: 118/68
Resting Heart Rate: 89
Total Calorie Intake: 1312 244/29/52*
*”Total Calories per Day” “Carbs/Fat/Protein” The ultimate goal is 1800 calories per day with a macronutrient split of 225/60/90.