I may need to stop eating sushi. I love sushi. And it's good for you. But I never know how to calculate the calories, as much as I try, and so I'm either overestimating or underestimating and either way the scale isn't happy today.
I ate two trays of Harris Teeter sushi yesterday: one tray had four tiny pieces each of shrimp, tuna, salmon and eel sushi. One tray had six of the larger sushi: two salmon, two shrimp and two tuna. Plus six small pieces of tuna and avocado. (Man, when I see it in print like that, maybe it was way too much sushi.) It was my main meal for the day. And I estimated it at a little less than 700 calories. But maybe I was way off.
I didn't eat much else during the day: oatmeal and a banana for breakfast; a lean cuisine fish dish for dinner.
Anyway, the scale is up today.
Oh, and I ran in the morning, a good run in the rain where I went 2.25 miles straight and then ran/walked the last mile.
So perhaps it's too much sushi. But buying the one tray never seems to fill me up.
Sigh. I guess that's why I'm fat.