Hi, I just started dieting and it's pretty new to me. I don't really know much about healthy food. I've been trying this so far -
First day was popcorn (no butter or other topping besides salt) probably the healthiest option at my workplace. We just have a little shop with cakes and stuff.
Tuna and fruit in the evening. Fruit was bananas and strawberries.
Second day - Popcorn again at lunch. Then I went to a restaurant and got a big 2 kilo grilled fish. Had some pomegranate juice on it as well, it was prepared that way. I ate half of it at the restaurant, sort of a second lunch. Had the rest for dinner and some fruit. Bananas and strawberries again.
Third day - walnuts for breakfast, other days I didn't eat breakfast. Then I found out walnuts were fattening, although healthy. So I tried to eat it sparingly.
For lunch I had chicken shish kebab, with no bread but some raw onions, green peppers and grilled tomatoes along with it. This was at a restaurant. When I say raw onions I mean, slices of a raw onion, I wasn't eating entire onions.
When I got home I was hungry again and had some rice cakes with strawberries and later some tuna fish with pomegranate juice. Sounds weird I know and wasn't a great taste but I really wanted something to up the taste.
I also had more walnuts with light feta cheese, which was probably not that healthy. I never thought walnuts and cheese would be a guilty pleasure. I also had some fruit, bananas and strawberries again.
Only drink I've had at all was some water and green tea and just one cup of coffee, no sugar, every morning.
I've had very little exercise except some very light jogging and brisk walking once a day.
My typical daily meals included a lot of beer and pizza so I'm hoping just taking those out and paying attention to what I eat will make a difference even if I'm not really hardcore about it. I'm very bad at cooking. I've bought some lentils and kidney beans for tomorrow.