Well, I started this year at 163 and this AM I was 158. Yesterday I woke with IBS cramping and feeling exhausted. My menu the day before consisted mainly of velveeta cheese and lime flavored corn chips. Bad choices got me where I am today. I know part of my issue is not getting to bed/up at the same time every day.
I did exercise twice this week for 30 minutes at a time. So, yesterday I had decaf hot tea and some fresh fruit (apples and slice of pear). I feel exhausted today. I watched the documentary “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” and I would totally do that juice fast if vegetables weren’t so expensive. I know. Health care isn’t cheap either. I can walk for free! I can do what I can do and forget the rest. I want to make changes this year for the better. Changes that last me the rest of my life. I just want my good choices to outweigh the bad.
I don’t believe in the USDA food pyramid. I like Dr. Fuhrman’s better
Here’s a comparison of the two ~ http://hl123.blogspot.com/2011/05/dr-fuhrmans-food-pyramid-vs-usda.html
Not that I eat this way. I just believe I should. You should eat until you are satisfied. And despite what we’ve been told, snickers doesn’t really satisfy. It tastes good but a diet of junk doesn’t make you feel good.
I like what Joe Cross on the aforementioned documentary said, “You do the crime, you do the time; and there’s no question… I’ve done the crime”.
Me, too, Joe!