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30 days challenge in Yoga

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Hello all

So I joined a 30 day challenge in Bikram Yoga. Remember the blog post about my little goal to stay in the room and not think about food. I hope over the 30 days I will be able to switch off the little voices in my head. At least for the 90 mins practice.

I am already seeing my body change, and my strength and flexibility improve.

BUT....

I had a detailed weigh-in this morning and body fat percentage is too low. My Personal Trainer advised me to include more fat in my diet and was told to start with one banana a day, no more "light" products, avocado, olive oil and salmon. I hope I'll find strength and determination. I just worry too much about gaining the weight back.

I am starting today with a banana at dinner and more calories for the day.

Please pray for me :)



I would also like to thank the many of you who have through their comments helped me and encouraged me in my journey to a healthier person.
I really treasure your advice and you have no idea how much it has been helpful.

Love
Andriana

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  • v MRS_TOAD
    You will conquer! Lifting you up in my prayers. emoticon
    1197 days ago
  • v PLATINUM755
    Stay strong... emoticon emoticon
    1198 days ago
  • v CHRISTINASP
    You have my prayers and good thoughts. Be aware that you are a very strong person and have accomplished A LOT already in your life (and you're young!).

    I think it's very very good to cut out light products. They are truly dangerous to our health because of all the stuff they add IN to leave calories and fat etc. OUT.
    Remember your health comes first.
    Maybe it helps if you just search online for a few nice recipes with avocado. Eating avocados is no punishment! grin.
    1199 days ago
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