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My wonderfully healthy genes are killing me!

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Do you have any idea what itís like to be too dang healthy? Not that Iím hoping for anything, I like my healthy body, but if I at least had some sort of illness I could have an excuse as to why I'm not losing any inches. All I have right now is my body turning itís back on me saying, ďNahah, I doní wanna!!Ē

I met with the nutritionist today and completely stumped her. Iím already doing everything she would normally suggest. But she didnít give up. She suggested some change ups to my workout routine and some slight dietary changes to see if maybe that would shake something up. Iím supposed to meet with her in two weeks to see if the changes have any affect.

Damn this ďsurvivorĒ gene. My body hasnít gotten the memo that we donít live on the African savannah, out running lions and fighting vultures for our food. "Hello Body, you can give up a few calories already! We're fine!"
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  • v KERRIELYNN719
    I see a nutritionist to. She commended the the virgin diet. It's a good book that talks about the way some of our body reacts to healthy foods...just a thought at least...hope you find something that works for ya!
    1222 days ago
  • v FITMAMA_
    My first thought is... What do your workouts look like? And second.... I know you say you are eating healthy, but you can try changing up your macros. What does your diet look like?
    1222 days ago
  • v CHRISBEM
    When I was at weight watchers, they recommended that everyone eat all over their points range (equivalent to SP's calorie range) every week so that our bodies wouldn't get into a routine. That it's almost like war or playing chess - you have to keep your opponent guessing to win
    1227 days ago
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