I recently passed my driving test so have stopped cycling everywhere (fab but bad at the same time). I bought a rowing machine recently to get some exercise I enjoy doing and to replace the bike. I've never really weighed myself before, I've always gone on the fact that if my clothes still fit me I'm fine. Unfortunately I decided today to weigh myself after a go on the rowing machine to discover with much horror that I'm 15 Stone. Not a happy bunny I hopped right on the internet and found this and all sorts of eat healthy plan things, however I found that I don't actually like most of the foods on those plans.
As I'm new to the whole rowing machine thing I'm doing the recommended 20 minutes 3 times a week (although I had a sneaky 10 minutes earlier instead of the cookie I really wanted). I plan to up this to 30 minutes 3 times a week and 15 minutes 2 times a week, which will hopefully knock back a few pounds on its own, however I would like some useful (for me) tips about food intake and what I can be eating instead of the wonder that is JaffaCakes.
Anyone got any tips?