I had a question about tuna servings. I heard somewhere that you should only have two servings of fish per week. Is more than that bad for you? See, I work in a grocery store and they have those Starkist tuna kits with the tuna pouch, reduced fat mayo, crackers, sweet relish, and even a mint and they whole package is only 5 pts. It's really good! It's kinda expensive for my cheap tastes ($1.55 per package) but I'm gonna give it a go cause it's the only sure way my lunch won't get eaten by my family! Anyway, how many servings per week is okay?
They had Special K cereal on sale this week so I went ahead and brought a couple of boxes. Everyone knows that they have the 2 week challenge thing. Anyway, wouldn't you know that AFTER I brought the cereal, I read a magazine article where they do those trial runs of different diets and such and they did one of Special K in which the participant observed that she was partically starving during the whole thing! I ate a bowl for breakfast and less than two hours later, I WAS SO HUNGRY!! I can't remember a time when I was that hungry. It got to the point when I was feeling weak and about to dash to the deli and buy the whole thing! I didn't though, instead I rushed to break and consumed
a tuna package. My tummy was screaming for more but I remember someone telling me that I need to wait a few minutes after eating before eating anything else to make sure I was really hungry. So I learned my lesson. The Special K cereals I brought taste good but I will NEVER eat them for breakfast or any meal. I think I'll just portion into sandwich bags and eat them as snacks.