03.27.2013 “Hump Day Edition”

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Looking back at yesterday’s food journal entry reinforced my need to strive for simplicity and purity in my diet.

So, I’m trying to eat a wide variety of foods, yet still emphasize lots of fresh raw fruits and vegetables.

I’m feeling that my daily breakfast of oatmeal with fresh strawberries, blueberries and bananas really packs a lot of clean energy to help get me through the day. Of course, the 1 cup of coffee has caffeine, but I never finish the whole cup, actually.

I would eat an egg for breakfast, but so far, I like my breakfasts to be as “vegan” as possible. Plus, eating anything extra apart from the oatmeal and coffee seems a bit much.

Okay, here we go…

1. Small meals.

2. Six times a day.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Breakfast – 5:30am

Oatmeal ~ 1/2 cup, 2/3 water, w/blueberries, strawberries, banana slices
Coffee ~ 1 cup, “Columbia Supremo” (Trader Joe’s)

Mid-Morning – 8am

Mesquite Almonds ~ smoked, handful
Starbucks Mocha ~ soy, decaf, no whip

Lunch – 11am

Chicken Dumplings ~ 4, small (Trader Joe’s)
Broccoli ~ 1 cup, steamed
Green Tea ~ 1 cup

Afternoon Tea – 2:30pm

Salmon ~ baked, 1″ square
Swiss Cheese ~ 2 small squares
Broccoli ~ steamed, 1 cup
Asian Pear ~ 1/8, diced
Green Tea ~ 1 cup

Dinner – 5pm

Avocado Roll ~ 8 small pieces w/ginger slices, wasabi, soya sauce
Yogurt ~ banana, Greek (“Chobani”)
Mint Tea ~ 1 cup

Late Evening – 9pm

2 Wings ~ baked
Saba (Mackerel) ~ 2 oz.
Caesar Salad ~ vegetarian, no croutons
Chamomile Tea ~ 1 cup

Dessert Cheat

1 Häagen-Dazs Caramel Sundae Cone


For the most part, I think I ate super-healthy today.

Of course, I cheated with the Häagen-Dazs Sunday Cone. But, at least today I ate NO fried foods, NO beef or pork, and I think I truly ate a wide variety of foods in small quantities.

I’m definitely not 100% raw, vegan or vegetarian; but, I’m eating a mostly plant-based diet and trying my best to eat a Japanese/Zen-like diet with several smaller meals a day, and in small portions.

My goal is balance and harmony.



Carlos Rull

Carlos Rull is a musician living in the San Diego area. His interests include Yoga, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and Gardening. He plays drums, piano, and composes New Age & Ambient music, and his albums are available on iTunes and Amazon.com.

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