I’m laying here in bed stuffed full from the late dinner I just had. I can barely lay on my stomach without feeling ill. All the while, staring outside the window watching the street lights change — and thinking about food. I’m thinking of all the wonderful snacks recently purchased from trader joe’s, stacked neatly in my cabinet. I’m thinking about how tasty they would be combined into one handful tossed inside of my mouth.
Do you know what it’s like to crave something and not be able to eat it. Do you keep yourself from truly enjoying life — food is life after all. Do you fall captive to keeping your arteries unclogged? I don’t. Though I steer clear from artificial and hormone-packed foods, I eat whatever I want. Have you seen me lately. I look great! You too can look great by following my simple six-step plan of what to eat this week.
1. Breakfast Burrito
I know, they pack enough calories for the entire day, but you know what? They’re delicious and inexpensive. Better get that ass on your bicycle and peddle the extra calories off.
2. Coconut Water
…is just like drinking breast milk. I was breast-fed and my immune system is off the hook. I can drink out of your sippy cup even though you have snot dripping down your nose, and still never catch your cold.
3. Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Okay, so I haven’t had this in years, until a good friend of mine stayed at my place for a couple weeks–got me hooked on them. They are tasty. Giiit yourself a bowl.
Wouldn’t recommend them if you are currently having dental issues. Nonetheless these waxy mother******’s are my number one favorite product containing Red 40. Need I say more? A must have!
5. Kale Chips
Though I’ve never successfully made them as crunchy as they should be, kale chips (crispy flakes made from kale), are so yummy. You can find them at most natural stores, and potlucks. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that they’re the best chips of all time.
Can’t stress this one enough. Drink it because you need it to live. Drink it from the faucet in the sink of your lover’s bathroom. Drink it from the faucet in your kitchen. Drink it from the water fountain at the library. Who knows how long it’ll be around. We should be so lucky to have running water.