Seriously, the taste is amazing. I haven't tried the unsweetened one yet, but the original is great. It's got some sugar, but that's okay with me since I don't have a lot if sugar in my day (if I'm on plan, anyway!). I posted a picture of the label/ingredients so you can take a look.
It's got calcium and omega 3s and it's a little less processed than my almond milk, too, which is a plus!
As someone trying to limit or eliminate gluten, dairy and soy? Great choice.
My morning coffee just got a lot better :D You can check out their website here: Good Karma. (they are really marketing to me with that name, haha, totally in my wheelhouse) I picked it up at my local food co-op. Expensive, but a super nice treat for me :) A way better treat for my body than a piece of cake or a slice of pizza, too. Doing my body a favor, for sure.
|Isn't this a lovely sight??|
So weighing in at 128, the Wednesday after a weekend of way less than stellar eating choices. I've been between 126-129 for two months now. Good in almost ALL ways (my general health, etc) except I just would like to be lower for my own self-pride and pleasure in my appearance.
I have a dress fitting on July 7th, where the major changes will be made to my wedding dress... I would like to be under 125 at that point. In order to achieve this, I will be doing a more strict version of the Paleo diet than I have been following - mostly, I will not eat the Standard American Diet at social events! I must still eschew the crackers and the cheese and the cookies at parties or gatherings. No matter WHAT my emotional state.
Not too worried about my goal. I know that I went strict paleo last April and stayed strict through most of the summer. And it wasn't hard at all. Meats and veggies are easy to come by in the summer months! I think I am going to bite the bullet and join a gym on May 1st, as well.... if finances seem stable, at least. Either way, I will be super active in the warmth with the dog and all :)
So yeah, holding steady with weight. Could be better, but this life doesn't really have a destination point, does it? This is all work, all the time.
Have a good one, folks.