29 weeks here, and mostly TF with a few vices here and there. For valentines day, I made chocolate cake with crappy canned frosting. Thinking I'm going to freeze the rest of it(had one slice last night) because if I don't, I'll keep eating it every day and get sick. It helps that this pregnancy has almost required me to eat very little grain, and HIGH protein. Even in the third trimester! I ate whatever I could in the first trimester, which I found did focus on eggs, milk, protein, and fruit. By the second trimester I was able to eat raw veggies again, and now I can eat whatever pretty much, but still have to limit my grains, and processed grains especially make me very bloated and get heartburn easily. Not a bad situation, I must admit! Oh, and I've found that the combination of cooked tomatoes and carbs(chebe bread, tortillas, even non grain sources) make me puke still. So strange! But I can eat corn tortilla chips and salsa. I don't get it. So yeah, my only vices are the corn tortilla chips(I get the organic ones from costco) and the occasional corn tortilla "sandwich" for when I'm feeling lazy. Because I'm gluten free as well, it makes eating out more of a challenge, so that's helping with avoiding bad foods.
This is my day typically:
Eggs cooked in various ways, or a green smoothie with CO, raw honey and maybe a raw egg or 2, or whole milk yogurt with fruit
Leftovers or a big ol salad with veggies, eggs, meat, cheese, etc.
Some kind of meat, potato(hubby needs those starches!), salad or other vegetable.
I still can't handle things like chili, spaghetti or homemade pizza, even with properly prepared grains, so that's eliminated alot of our go to meals that we liked pre-pregnancy. I'm thinking about making spaghetti squash tonight and toss in some roasted tomatoes that I freezed last week, and serving it with italian sausage. I think since there's no grain or processed carbs, the tomatoes wont bother me. I think I even have some fresh basil! This way of eating DH doesn't love, but he's type 1 diabetic, so he's definitely benefiting from it! I did buy him some organic sourdough bread and the sprouted bread from costco..This is a long cry from when I first met him and he lived on white bread, meat, ramen, and fast food. I have tried not to deprive him too much from his precious carbs, and include a potato, organic corn, beans or other non grain carby side dish so he feels satisfied with the meal even if it's not something he'd chose to eat! Meanwhile, DS and I will feast on crunchy kale chips(DH says, yuck! lol)