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Thank you. It hadn’t occurred to me to take it as a part of a multivitamin and let that do all the combining and measuring for me. I’ll check out what’s available to me and see how much B12 I can get from that. Thanks
I had another idea. If you want to know what impact alcohol is really havnig on you, go dry for the rest of January. See how you feel by the end of the month (don’t judge right away. Give your body the chance to recover). A lot of people say they feel better and have more energy. See if that works for you. That might help to show you if even a…[Read more]
- In reply to: KittyKatt posted an update in the group Weight Loss Support I love my fitbit because it gives me lots of trackign. I’m obsessed with it. But I don’t like the food tracker that goes with it. Has anyone else tried […] View
I agree. The fitbit food tracker is, at best, good for getting a ballpark idea. It’s just not a good enough database. I link mine with sharefit’s food tracker . I have a friend who uses myfitnesspal’s food tracker and links it with fitbit. The apps share each others’ info automatically. Way better than fitbit’s food portion.
I’ve read that no alcohol is good for you. It’s worse for women than men. As long as you really limit the amount you drink, it shouldn’t be harmful. But every amount is bad for you. If you had one glass of wine per week, it likely won’t put you at an increased risk of anything, but it’s still not doing your health any favors.
I know we all hate leg day, but I hate it more than most things right now. I do a lot of workouts and never see any change in my legs. How do I build more muscle? I’m not trying to bulk up. I want a better look.
I can only swim for about 15 minutes at a time at the moment. I can only get to the pool about 15 minutes before it starts getting too crowded with families who don’t observe the lanes. If I get 15 minutes once or twice a week am I getting any real workout?
I think the only way to know is to have a blood test. It’s a really quick and easy test but there’s no way to measure without a test because there aren’t solid symptoms of it “working”
I’m going to be staying at a hotel with a saltwater swimming pool. Out of curiosity, are there benefits to swimming in there instead of in the normal kind with chlorine? Also, is it clean to be in salt water but no chlorine, or are those pools chlorinated, too?
Envirotodd replied to the topic Is slowly walking 20,000 steps as good as moderately walking 10,000? in the forum Activity Forums 4 months, 3 weeks ago
I was going to have a different answer but when I read what Penny4thoughts said, I have to agree with that. Doing tons is probably better than doing little but you still need to get your heart rate up.
Yeah, you can’t control where weight comes off. Learned that the hard way (over and over and over). It’s a matter of keeping it up. I find it makes me feel better to work the areas I want to tone the most. It contributes to overall fat burning, not the specific part I’m toning, but in my mind I’m making a difference, plus it’ll look better whe…[Read more]
Anyone know anything about GABA supplements for better rest and calm so you can lose weight better by reducing stress and fatigue? I’ve heard people (including a neighbor) raving about them, but I’ve seen conflicting information online. Are they safe? Have you tried them? How much did you take? Did you get side effects? did you talk to a doctor first?
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