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KENDRAB9
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day 5 streak

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Alright! Still eating all real foods and wow! I feel so full, and so much more in tune with my body. I listen to what I'm craving, and leave things on the plate, which I never usually do. I feel fitter and more energized, and tighter all around. I did go up in weight a little, at 143 now, but I'm trying to ignore the scale to give my body time to adjust. Hope this works! My one worry is that I'm eating too much, and TOO much fats like olive oil, whole milk, etc. I try not to go crazy so hopefully my body will tell me what's too much and what's enough.
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  • v SHERYLDS
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    1269 days ago
  • v WALLAHALLA
    Find the balance and enjoy the ride!
    1269 days ago
  • v CRAMOMMY
    I know how you feel!

    I only drink about a cup of milk a day (if that) cause I hate it milk .... (though I "like" the whole local milk a lot better - not raw - just local - I get it at Whole Foods - they get it from a farm down teh road - comes in glass bottles and everything! its pasterized and homogenized (like regular milk) but its from grassfed cows that are kept at pasture and its literally days from the cow ...

    Sorry tangent ... youll fnd yourself eating less and less as time goes on adn I think thats what makes up for the "richer" foods ... for example I just went to whole foods today and bought a weeks worth of groceries (me and three kids) all organic for $100 .... because I only needed about 3 bags worth .... we just eat so much less. and since we make so much instead of buying it premade/processed ingredients are cheaper ....

    (I hope Im not getting annoyign! its just so exciting to know someone else on this journey!!)
    1270 days ago
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