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I would definitely say that it is making enough of a difference that you can up what you eat, but not a eat a lot. Like you could have more carrot sticks and celery, that sort of thing. It might be better if you eat the same number of smart snacks as always and then you can take advantage of the extra space. You can eat better snacks or more in…[Read more]
For some reason, after losing weight and maintaining it, I suddenly put on pounds. Not just one or two. Over ten in around 2 or 3 months. I know i havne’t been perfectly careful about what i’ve been eating, but it shhouldn’t have done this. Is there any way for me to know if I have PCOS or if it’s something else?
I think it makes a very good difference. Use a tracker to find out a ballpark of how much you’re burning. That should help you find out how much you’re earning in terms of food or calories. I hope that helps!
I agree. If you’re worried about your thyroid and you’re concerned that it should be checked, then going in to see your doctor is the only thing you should do. It doesn’t take long for the test to be done. A couple of minutes at most.
I’ve heard that when you’re hypoglycemic the last thing you should do is eat sweets even though that’s what you crave. It only makes things worse. Eat proteins mainly and some high quality carbs
I’ve decided to be realistic about my exercise. Going to walk 2 times per day on week days, once per day on Saturday and take Sunday off. I’m going to do yoga at least twice per week and strength train once at the start. I’m going to see if I can do that all the way through March. My hope is I’ll be able to do it all through March. After…[Read more]
I know what you mean about the price. Some of them are so well made but when it comes down to it, they’re foam blocks in a good shape. It couldn’t possibly make sense that they would cost that much to make or that they would be that expensive to ship even since they’re so light. What’s with the mark-up? I’d think they’d be available at the 99…[Read more]
I wouldn’t do an elimination diet without being told to do it by my doc. I also don’t think you can effectively eliminate in just 30 days. You can cut everything out but it takes eons to introduce new foods.
Out of curiosity, if you just go to a family swim at a community pool and casually paddle around etc, is it beneficial? Is it considered cardio or do you need to do laps? I know it isn’t as intense when you do the breast stroke compared to the butterfly stroke, but does it still count? Just curious. I enjoy both but I’d like to know what my options are.
if there isn’t any ice, I would guess that they are about the same. If there is ice, then you would probably burn more with sand because you don’t have to keep slowing down. It may be more difficult with ice, but you barely move. You’re not swinging your arms and legs, you’re staying more still like a penguin.
I would lay off the coffee and just go for decaf. It’s not good for you to overdo it when it comes to caffeine. There is a safe amount of it in good diet pills (assuming you’re going to take a good one) but that’s not something you want to tinker with too bad. Why mess with it if you don’t have to?
I feel that they’re effective because my doctor has been recommending them for a long time. My doctor recommends a calcium and magnesium combination supplement and a separate 1000iu of vitamin D separately. I haven’t seen anything that says it wouldn’t work. It sstill seems to be what people are supposed to do to prevent osteoporosis. They’re c…[Read more]
I’m looking for a snack that I can sit and eat a ton of without filling up on junk food. Is there something I can just keep going back for more and just eat mindlessly while I watch TV? Or does that just not exist in a healthy world?
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