How I Lost the Baby Weight (55 Pounds)

*This post was originally written and posted on April 26, 2011.  
Let’s start at the beginning.  


All my life I’ve been in pretty good shape, but I didn’t start working out until college.  I liked the way lifting weights helped turn my skinny body into a stronger, more muscular shape.  In the six months before I got pregnant, I was working out with a trainer a couple times a week, doing a couple days of cardio, and eating pretty clean.

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My goal was to get in bikini shape for my sister-in-law’s wedding in Vegas that June.  I also colored my hair dark brown!  This pic was taken in Vegas at the Bachelorette party.  I’m about 5’1 and weigh about 106 pounds here. 


I also got pregnant that month!  Here I am about two weeks pregnant.  And morning sickness was starting to kick in.  


At the VERY beginning, I liked the changes to my body during pregnancy, i.e. bigger boobs!! 😉  But, then, for the first trimester of my pregnancy, I was exhausted.  I barely made it home from work without falling asleep.  I had no energy.  I stopped working out completely.  I gained weight- fast.  I remember one of my early prenatal visits and when the nurse lifted up my shirt to examine me, she kinda laughed and said, “you’re already wearing maternity jeans?”  Yes, ma’am- my regular pants already didn’t fit. 
I started eating whatever I wanted.  And what I wanted wasn’t healthy.  Things like ice cream and calorie rich Mexican dishes.  And even in the 2nd trimester when my energy returned, I still didn’t work out.  I didn’t work out my entire pregnancy.  I was so miserable, even though I was relatively healthy, but putting so much weight on my small frame was hard on me.  I’ll spare you the gory details. 

Fast forward to Christmas.  I remember that all I felt comfortable in was sweatpants- the thin kind you can almost sleep in.  And I still had 3 months to go!  At work, I was miserable – waddling to court and mediations, sweating, and pretty much wearing flip flops daily because my feet wouldn’t fit into regular shoes. 


Yet, don’t let that stop me from eating the CHEESECAKE! 


Oh, notice the Wii Fit sitting next to me? I asked my brother for that for Christmas, thinking I could start using it at home during that last trimester.  You guessed it- it’s NEVER been opened! 
Mid February- still 6 weeks to go!  Didn’t think I could get any bigger? Ha!  Here I am standing on our home’s foundation, wishing the house would hurry and get finished so we could move in! 

And here I am at the very END of my pregnancy, and after gaining about 55 pounds! My poor swollen face and hands!  
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Ahhhh, welcoming the arrival of the baby!!  After James was born in March 2010, I was so looking forward to losing weight so that I could feel like myself again.  I was just so uncomfortable during my pregnancy!!

Within one week, I lost 20 pounds.  James was 7.5 of those:)  Another week later, I had lost 5 more pounds- that’s 25 down, and only 25 to go!  


Even with 25 pounds lost, I was somewhat horrified to discover that, at this point, I still looked pregnant.  (But I’m happy to be standing in my future closet!) 
I read this book during my pregnancy, “The Girlfriends Guide to Pregnancy”, that said regarding the weight loss, “nine months up, nine months down.”  But I didn’t want to believe that.  Not me, I thought smugly.  I’ll be back in 6 months! 
One month after James’ birth, I went back to working out with my trainer (about once a week).  I also began really watching what I ate.  


To achieve the body I’d really love to have, I’d have to eat something like this: 

• 6:00 a.m. Half a cup of oatmeal and five egg whites with chopped bell peppers and onions. 
• 9:00 a.m. Turkey meatloaf and one rice cake with two tablespoons of cinnamon cottage cheese on top. 
• 12:00 p.m. Five ounces of stir-fried chicken with half a cup of brown rice and steamed veggies.” 
• 3:00 p.m. Two corn tortillas topped with black beans, pepper, onions and five ounces of grilled chicken. 
• 6:00 p.m. Turkey meatloaf with a four-ounce sweet potato and one cup of steamed broccoli. 
• 9:00 p.m. Six boiled egg whites, cut in half and stuffed with water-packed canned tuna (mixed with celery, onions, mustard and spices). Plus, one toffuti pop. 
But since I’m not trying to get that muscular, or that lean, I eat a modified version that looks more like this: 
  • 7:00 a.m.  1/2 cup oatmeal with raisins, almond slices, cinnamon, and skim milk.  Coffee with vanilla caramel creamer.
  • 10:00 a.m.  Greek yogurt with granola, strawberries, and blueberries.
  • 12:00 p.m.  Chipolte burrito bowl with rice, black beans, chicken, pico, and a little bit of sour cream
  • 3:00 p.m.  Protein bar or Starbuck’s iced tall mocha.
  • 6:00 p.m.  Chicken with veggies, shrimp pesto pasta, or turkey burger
  • 9:00 p.m.  Cereal, hershey kisses, or hot cocoa
Obviously, this is not consistent.  Sometimes I eat better than others, but I am good at eating small portions and stopping when I get full.  
By Mother’s day, 2 months later, I was starting to feel pretty good, but still had a belly and don’t remember what I weighed.
May 2010
June 2010


October 2011


By this time, (7 months), I had lost 40 pounds (Yay!), but with only 15 pounds to go, I kinda lost steam.  Then came the holidays and the toffee and I hit the wall.  I stopped working out with the trainer and just enjoyed all the food that goes with the holidays, probably adding on about 5 pounds.
November 2010
We bought a running stroller, but I only used it a couple of times. 


January 2011
With two months til James turned one, I was really hoping to lose those last 10 pounds.  But although my weight was coming down, I really needed to tone up.  My arms were actually pretty strong (I think from lifting a carrying a 20 pound baby around)!  I started back up with the trainer (still only once or twice a week) and she stressed that I really needed to be doing my cardio and start eating more often (I’d gotten into a habit of eating only breakfast, a light lunch, having a Starbucks in the afternoon and then a not-so-great dinner).
So I started jogging again.  And eating better.

And now, I jog with James in the running stroller a few times a week.  James usually falls asleep and I love the workout and the clarity and peace of mind I get after a run. 

I love being outside and we’re fortunate to have a park with a 3-mile track nearby.
Last weekend, we went to the beach.  I wore a bikini and didn’t feel embarrassed.  I still am not down to my pre-pregnancy weight- 5 pounds to go, but I’m honestly not concerned with that.  I’m more focused now on gaining muscle, and increasing my cardio.
My brunette hair has been properly dyed back to blond, has grown and been getting regularly cut by my new stylist, and I finally feel like myself again (and my son is almost 14 months old now!)  So 9 months up and 9 months down would’ve been great, but it’s taken me a bit longer.  

These pictures were taken almost exactly one year apart. 



*here’s an updated photo from July 2011, taken during a boot camp session.

And for comparison from when I was pregnant, at my heaviest:
I shared my story because I know that when I was pregnant, I was really interested in what was going to happen to my body during and after pregnancy.  I would like to be able to say I was all glowy and never felt more beautiful, but for me, the exact opposite was true!  Maybe I’m not that evolved or self-actualized or whatever.

I would love to hear from you and what worked for you, what didn’t, how you felt about being pregnant, and any other tips you might want to share.
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Hi! I’m Megan, mom to a thoughtful teenager and spunky young girl. We call Houston home and recently moved into our dream home. I traded my lawyer hat to become a full-time blogger in 2010. I love sharing my passion for affordable fashion, home decor, organization, & fitness to help inspire you to take care of you!


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  2. I loved reading this post again–especially since I'm in the midst of this right now. I lost all but 10 pounds pretty quickly and although it's not much, it sits around my middle. I think I'm either going to have to work this time or the 10 lbs are going to sit there. I'm not much of an exerciser but I've been trying to eat better. . .

  3. Wow Emily- and your babies are still so little! That is amazing- especially considering you had twins. The eating is such a crucial part and I know you're busy with all those kiddos running around! 🙂

  4. 4 months post baby and completely envious of your abs! I too lost most of the weight fairly quickly thanks to nursing, but my ab muscles are shot! How did you find the time to work, blog and exercise while James was young? I'm already up at 4:30 so by 8pm, I'm exhausted!

  5. Megan, you look great! Reading this really gave me the strenght I need to workout and try to look as beautiful as you do now. Thank you so much for this!

    1. I have counted calories in the past and now I'm at the point where I know about where I need to be each day. My Fitness Pal is a great online too that let's you track your calories. I'm always surprised how fast they add up!

  6. Megan,
    I am so excited about your new blog. I absolutely LOVE the Honey We're Home blog, and I know this one will be a regular stop for me everyday, as well.


  7. Yay! Congrats Megan on your new blog. I'm going to be following and applying after this pregnancy is over. Excited for your new venture!

  8. This post made my night! I'm 4 months post baby and feel so weak (I had a 10lber… and my stomach won't let me forget it)- its nice to see other moms out there that are good role models and not the celeb moms that make me feel like total you know what… I just posted my AFTER pic which isn't really an after pic but more like a progress pic. It's a rough road ahead but I will keep picturing your abs when I'm dying on the treadmill lol. Love your blog and very excited about this new venture for you as well!

    1. Congratulations on your little baby! 4 months post baby is still so new so don't be too hard on yourself! Stick with it, one day, one meal at a time and you will get there! Thanks for reading! 🙂

  9. wow, megan! what a story – a story of SUCCESS and passion and a real, genuine story that others struggling can look to for inspiration. thank you so much for sharing this with all of us. you look ah-maz-ing!!!!!

    sam 🙂

  10. I feel like you just wrote my exact story of my first pregnancy. However, I did run the first 3 months and walked a lot…but it did me NO good. I gained 55lbs and it was a NIGHTMARE to get the weight off. Good for you for doing it the right way. I will say the second pregnancy went phenomenally better. I only gained 30lbs and would ask myself, "do you REALLY need this ice cream?? Think of those flabby arms." ha ha ha. You are a beautiful momma. Nice work!!

  11. HI Megan, Found you via Pinterest and what a great (realistic and honest) post! Congrats on your amazing transformation and gorgeous lil guy! Can you do a post on how you got your stomach skin back to shape? That's the number one complaint I hear from my friends after they have babies (and I'm expecting now)…they talk about the saggy or loose skin and pouch? Your abs and skin look tight and amazing! Share the deets please! 🙂

  12. Love that you're doing this Megan! It's amazing how the motivation to demonstrate a healthy lifestyle for our children can be more life changing than any bikini or looking good in skinny jeans!

  13. Wow! 55lbs must have been hard to lose afterward but you did it! I gained less than 30 with my first and second pregnancy and about 44 with my last. It definitely was harder to lose the 44 pounds! This is a great blog because you can encourage your readers to try to keep the weight down to make it easier to lose after the baby is born. I LOVE to eat and I know its hard for some women me included! It's been 13 years since my last "baby" was born and I feel I still have that "baby" weight to lose! You're inspiring me Meg!!!

  14. You are just amazing! I loved reading this post again because I find it to be so inspirational and so real! I haven't had kids yet, but have friends who have experienced similar struggles. I will be sure to share it with them! Congrats on your new site. I will definitely be following along!

  15. Congrats! You look amazing! I have a 17 months old and was lucky to drop the weight. I'm envious of those abs you are rocking !! Can't wait to read more!

  16. You are so inspiring! I make it a priority every day to read both of your blogs, I just love everything you have to say; I have a sincere passion for home decor and staying healthy as well! Although, I am still in college and am still yearssss away from having children, you inspire me to continue to stay healthy and to become a more healthy eater! Thank you 🙂

  17. Thank you for posting this! I am trying to get pregnant and I am really worried about gaining weight and getting back into shape. You just inspired me and made me realize that it is possible, but to just be patient and enjoy the process! You look amazing!!!

  18. I am catching up on months of blog reading (having a baby does that to you) and was thrilled to discover you started this one! I loved reading this post/the entire blog this afternoon since I'm in the midst of this right now. You look fantastic!

  19. I just recently found your blog via Pinterest and am so inspired! I have a 4 month old who I only recently stopped nursing (though am still pumping and feeding her breast milk). Regardless, the bonus time I've gained back has helped me realize I can translate into time to work out! I too, was miserable during pregnancy. While not as small or as fit as you were to begin with, I still never used my pregnancy as a license to be lazy nor EAT. However, easier said than done (to maintain a healthy lifestyle while pregnant) when you have food aversions to healthy staples such as chicken, have super-engorged breasts that do not fit in a regular bra let alone a sports bra and have ginormous swollen feet that don't fit in a flip flop let alone a tennis shoe! Working out while pregnant was more for women in the movies – not real life! I've lost all the pregnancy weight 4 mos in (31 lbs) but that's only because I had some extra padding to begin with 🙂 I'd like to lose yet another 30 to reach my goal weight of 140lbs @ 5'4. I plan to incorporate some of your recipes and get moving this week. With any luck I'll drop another 10 before the New Year and keep on going through next summer for my 10 yr college reunion get together in Cabo! PS – I see you're in Houston near Memorial Park and that's even cooler … a fellow Houstonian myself. Love love love your stories and am subscribed to both your blogs. Take care!

  20. I just found your blog and I'm loving everything about it! I am 4'11 and have struggled with not only my weight but also mu figure!! Darn genes 😉 so THANK YOU for sharing!!!!!

  21. I just found your blog and LOVE it! This is exactly what I needed to see…a real woman, with a real story through this journey of motherhood and losing weight. I have a 4 month old and still have about 15 pounds to lose. I gained 45lbs on a 5'3" frame so I'm carrying a lot of extra weight, and was nowhere near where I wanted to be when I got pregnant. I lost the first 30lbs easily without doing anything really (I think mother nature was on my side here). But these last 15lbs have been sticking to me like white on rice! I started Weight Watchers but haven't had much success with it and have since gotten discouraged. Seeing your blog, and a few other things, I think I'm back on the track to motivation town to start losing weight again. Great blog! You look fabulous!

    1. I hope you stick with it. Those last pounds are HARD to lose but you can do it! If you are on WW, I would talk to a counselor about your issues and work with them closely on the food. You've paid for the advice!

  22. I am a new reader! I came here from the Honey We're Home blog. And again, I'm inspired. My daughter is 15-months-old and I'm still struggling to lose the weight. I met up with a Nutritionist about a month ago. I'm a SAHM and have a membership at the gym but not going as much as I should – this has definitely inspired me to get my butt in shape! Thank you so much!

    1. Yay Christina! That's what I want to do, motivate people to get in shape and feel good about themselves! Thank you for leaving a comment!

  23. Megan, your story is so close to mine! I love all the pictures and stories. I was able to lose the 60 that I gained and then the 15 I was carrying before I got pregnant (that I wanted to lose before). I thought I was the only one that gained that much weight, all my friends look like normal after the birth of their babies. Me I looked like and over inflated balloon! Thanks for sharing your story! I know that with my second baby I will be more conscious of my eating and working out, plus chasing a toddler will help. If you feel like giving my blog a peek and reading my story I am at
    Thanks again for the honesty, feels good not to be alone!

  24. Well, this was certainly encouraging to come across in my Google search of "my baby is 8 months old and I still haven't lost all my baby weight help!" yes, that was seriously what I put in the search box. Clearly I am a little disheartened about how long it has taken for me to lose the weight from my pregnancy (52 lbs gained – 32 to still lose [includes 12 lbs pre-pregnancy I still want to lose]) I have tried what seems like everything: eating healthy – which has never been an issue, cutting unnecessary calories where I can, working out, etc. but, I, like many women apparently, have hit a hurdle I can't seem to get over.. anyway, it's encouraging to see that other mothers have been in or are in a similar situation. Nice to not feel alone, or like I'm failing some how. Thanks for sharing your story and letting me read 🙂

  25. You really do have to work for it after pregnancy! I had a double mastectomy while pregnant, so I wasn't able to rely on breastfeeding for a calorie burn. It wasn't until he was 6 months old that I started working out again. I have more energy and I truly believe being a healthier ME makes me a better MOM.

  26. I'm 30 weeks into my pregnancy journey and so far, it has been exactly like yours. I have been increasingly uncomfortable and getting anxious about how to lose the weight after delivery. These blog posts bring me a lot of comfort. Thank you!

  27. I am 5 months post partum and I gained 57 lbs in my pregnancy. I have lost 40 and I would be happy just to lose another 10 and its not happening. It is depressing. I hope I finally make it down like you did.

  28. Wow I absolutely needed this, our stories are almost exactly the same, I was training for bodybuilding before I got pregnant and was in the best shape of my life, I then got pregnant and morning sickness hit me pretty hard so I was pretty much bed ridden and quit exercising all together. Once I felt well enough to actually eat which wasn't till the second trimester I went to town on anything and everything, mostly things I wouldn't have even thought about touching before I got pregnant. Long story short I gained a whopping 70lbs 🙁 I'm 5 and 1/2 months post pregnancy and still have a good 35lbs to lose. Any advice would be great, I'm confident that I can get my body back I just haven't quite found that drive I used have :/

  29. Sorry if this is too personal, but did you have any problems with loose skin on your belly? I was in shape before I gave birth and a got back in shape afterwards, but my belly still has the loose skin..its so frustrating. I gained 70lbs during my pregnancy, I am 5'4.

    1. Yes! My stomach skin is still looser than pre-baby, BUT it has gotten MUCH better slowly over time with weight training and cardio and clean eating. I do planks 5x a week now and that has helped tone my stomach too. It is frustrating I know!

  30. You look amazing! What a great journey! I want to try working out with a trainer but I am so self-concious, I dont like people yelling at me and I have a tendency to be really shy and feel like no matter what I do it's just not going to work for me. I know I shouldn't think like that. Trainers make me feel fat, like "how could you ever let yourself get this way?" I guess it's just my own insecurity… and I should get over it. Any tips on how to boost confidence and power through and not give up?

  31. Hi Megan! So glad I stumbled upon your blog. I recently had a baby in December and I also didn't workout a lick during pregnancy after being very into fitness beforehand. I have been really getting back into my workouts and cleaning up my diet. I am sharing my journey on my blog Very excited to read your posts!

  32. hi there– Just need to say a HUGE thank you for your blog. I was looking on the internet for some peace of mind as I used to have an eating disorder and really struggling with my second pregnancy. I have put on more than last time : ( Your blog just made me realize that its okay and I will get back there someday!!! You are beautiful : )

  33. Thanks so much for sharing your story. I also was sick my entire pregnancy and stopped working out. Although I only have 10 lbs to get to my pre-pregnancy weight everything has shifted and I lost a TON of muscle. It's probably more like 20lbs at this point to be back in healthy shape. My goal of being back into my pre-pregnancy cloths 3 months postpartum has been unrealistic and hard to handle. Thanks for sharing your hard work and success!

  34. Wow! How wonderful to know someone else has struggled with self-image while pregnant and pretty much just didn't enjoy it one bit! As a former competitive gymnast for 22 years and fitness competitor for a couple after, I am happiest with my "little self!" Always very careful with what I ate and always a perfect size 2, I got pregnant with my first at 27. I ate no different from before but still managed to gain 50 lbs on my 5'3 frame. The docs kept telling me to slow the weight gain down. I was working 12 hr shifts on my feet as a retail pharmacist and was lucky to get one 30 min lean cuisine break each day…sigh. I was put on bed rest at 24 wks and my daughter was born at 35. I was lucky and got a healthy baby girl AND got out of pregnancy 5 wks sooner! Fast forward 3 miscarriages over a few years to my second pregnancy. I was 32 when my son was born. Again, did everything the same and watched my size 2 frame gain 50 lbs. Bed rest at 27 wks and he was born at 36. I lost the weight the second time almost instantly- it was like the extra muscle I carried on my build held so much water- 4 months later I lost all the baby weight plus some! Ok, so two healthy beautiful children, a full time clinical pharmacist, mother, and wife…when at 40 years old- SURPRISE!!! Yes, 8 years after counting our blessings with 2 healthy, smart, beautiful children, we are expecting our third- at 40 (just in case you missed that part)!! Over the last few years although I kept myself at a happy size 2/4, I had lost a bit of muscle and shape, but still happy with what I was able to maintain at my age. As soon as I saw the pregnancy test (+) in March- I looked at my hubby (almost 25 years together now) and started crying. Why? B/c I knew I was about to go through yet another mentally torturous pregnancy and this time, not knowing if I could ever put the pieces back together as they were- sad, but true. For those women that don't have the mental battle to deal with and do everything right but still the body decides it NEEDS to gain 50 lbs, pregnancy is a fun and amazing experience. For someone like me, who worries about pregnancy loss up to 20 wks and then by 24 wks is worried about preterm labor and again, bed rest…AND who battles the image in the mirror, pregnancy is the most difficult mental and physical battle to contend with. I am due in Nov, have eaten the same as before, and here I am at 26 wks on bed rest again with a body I find unrecognizable. I quietly cry myself to sleep praying for a healthy baby and for this to be over with so I can "find me again." It's the deepest form of depression and a lonely place to be b/c you can't talk about it…I can't complain about my state as there are so many women praying just to have a child of their own. I can't complain about my weight or self-imagine issues because I have a 13 y/o daughter whom I hope NEVER has the self-imagine issues I have lived with most of my life. I can't complain because I am so blessed to be given the chance to bring another beautiful child into this world- and that blessing mixed with any complaints is frankly, selfish. But, it is what it is. For someone who has lived this, you, it is so comforting to know that I am not alone and I CAN do this ONE MORE TIME! I CAN and WILL get myself back to where I was or even better maybe- I have to. Reading your blog, although years old at this point, reminds me that this pregnancy WILL be over soon and I will have another beautiful child to raise, and I will find me again! Seeing your figure competition pictures and reading your blog has made me excited to make it to the finish line! I am so excited to have found your blog! Thank you SO much for sharing your story!! I can't wait to hold this baby of mine and start working on the next chapter in my life- "me." xoxo!

  35. I've been following your blogs for years, and I remember when you posted this the first time on Honey We're Home. I connected with you then, and still do now, because my oldest son is very close in age to James (born Mar 2010). Anyway, I'm 34 weeks pregnant with baby boy 3, and I intentionally came looking for this post for encouragement. I'm 5'2, on the petite side like you, and although I haven't gained as much this time as I did with my first two pregnancies, all I can think about is getting back in shape! I haven't worn a bikini in 5+ years! I've always blamed my slow post-partum weight loss on breastfeeding and not being able to restrict calories, but Jamie Eason has totally proven me wrong there. She looks amazing and is breastfeeding.

    Long story short, I noticed you're talking about the possibility of baby number 2, and I wonder if you've thought about how you will approach the next pregnancy and post-partum period in terms of eating and working out, assuming you're not sick and don't have any complications. I'd love to read your thoughts, especially as you've gained more and more experience and now have a competition under your belt. I have competition aspirations…think I could be ready in a year? 🙂

    Sorry for the book tonight.

    You are a constant source of inspiration!

    1. Hi Victoria! Wow, you're on number 3! I agree about Jamie Eason- she is really a great example of what we can do with nutrition and exercise. You're almost there- hang in there! I didn't work out during my first pregnancy, and if I get pregnant again, I will definitely keep working out (assuming it's safe and I have no restrictions). I would consider doing a contest again post baby because it's a great way to stay motivated and shoot for a goal. You can do it! 🙂

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  38. Awesome Work! It is important to note that every woman may experience the changes in the postpartum phase differently. But rest assured, the whole process of coping with the changes and rejuvenating your body again can be done by working out properly. Working out after giving birth helps restore muscles and firm up your body and this girl is living proof of it!

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  41. Wow!!!I’m so excited for this! And I have already read every post and motivated!!!Every ting looks amazing .4 month post baby and completely envious of your abs!! Too lost most of the weight fairly quickly thank to nurse .Reading this really gave me the strength. Reading your post remind me of my pregnancy diet. Love your blog and very excited about this new venture

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  43. Thanks for the info. I am 32 weeks pregnant and have gained 53 lbs. We talk about my weight every time I go to the doctor. This is extremely hard on me as I’ve always been really thin and tiny and now for the first time in my life my weight is out of control. I have no idea how to slow it down, I’ve cut things out of my diet that have been bad for me in the past and still the weight gain hasn’t slowed…. It’s nice to know that I may one day be thin again.

    1. I struggled so much with my first pregnancy and gained so much. But, the good news is you are in control of your body and can make those positive changes that will add up over time! Give yourself some grace too!

  44. I love your food posts! They are so quick, easy and bursting with nutrition. As a mama I often have 5 minutes to throw something together. I want it packed full of energy and nutrient dense and to keep me full. But processed stuff is a nono for me because of a dairy allergy and cost. So I’ve had a hard time finding good options. Thanks again.

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