"I think because I used cheese as my protein but it may not have been enough. I have protein troubles; I'm not the biggest fan of fish, I can eat kidney beans or chickpeas, I can eat eggs."
What kind of protein troubles? Like, you just don't like it? You have a mental block to eating it? You have physical/health issues with it? SB can be done as a vegetarian, which sounds like what you have been eating (beans, eggs, cheese for protein). I am definitely not an expert on that particular subject as I love meat but there are some great threads on the the forums about making sure you get enough protein and complete protein. I would think that incorporating milk and yogurt would be especially important in this case. Or if the not eating meat is not physical, try to work into it gradually, look for interesting recipes, new meat sources/ideas. It's amazing how much my food vocabulary has expanded since starting SB 2 years ago! In general, cheese alone will NOT be sufficient to count as your protein source for a meal. It can also be calorie-dense in larger amounts.
I did good on the eating, not good on the drinking today. I was good all through work and then a bunch of cases just blew up at the end of the day and stayed an hour late (remember, already a 13 hour shift) and was just FRIED by the time I headed home. *sigh*
B: leftover steamed broccoli, 3 strips low sodium turkey bacon, black coffee
S: hahahahhahaaa Um no.
spinach salad (~1c. spinach & green lettuce + 4 black olives + smidge of Lf mozzarella cheese), ~1.5c. turkey chili w/ smide of LF cheddar cheese, black coffee
S: Lf string cheese
D: beef stirfry (~1c.broccoli/carrots + beef + homemade soy sauce) over ~ 1c. cauliflower "rice", 3 drinks (total of 1 can diet sprite and 3 mini bottles of cranberry rum)
S: peanut butter
been up for 20 hours now. It's my Friday so I think I might go to bed now. Or watch Bones. We'll see. Crossing my fingers to stay away from the Reese's PB trees.....