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Two Steps Forward....

Friday, May 10, 2013

It's time to get my spark on!

Last year at this time I was -57 pounds down... today I am only retaining a 20 lb. loss... What the heck happened right? Man most of it is a blur... One big food blur! Tacos, hamburgers, ice cream (dude I love ice cream!), nachos, big breakfasts, mochas, etc.. I must gain control!!

My Hashi's has been giving me a run for my money... Maybe that's only half of it? The other half being putting that 37 pounds back on! My body was happy .. Now it's not so happy! Come to find out too I am gluten intolerant! Damn Autoimmune diseases, they multiply like rabbits!

So here it is...
I'm going gluten free.
I'm gonna shake this weight once and for all.
I'm gonna go into my 50's fit and fabulous...sparking all the live long day.

I'm hustling up my stair stepper into the top bedroom where it will keep my recumbent bike company, and where I will ride them both until my thighs scream for mercy.

Yep.. I took 2 steps forward last year and 1 step back...
Now it's time to take a few more sparking steps forward again!
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  • v FATNINJA65
    Thank you both! USMAWIFE- I have come to learn that autoimmune diseases multiply... just vicious! If you ask me! It certainly makes for a challenging life.. :-)
    1108 days ago
  • v _JULEE_
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    Once I adopted a mostly paleo type template, my antibodies disappeared. And yes, I still have my thyroid - its not dead (some have accused me of that).

    Wishing you much success! emoticon
    1109 days ago
  • v USMAWIFE
    good luck to you. I have hasimoto's also and my meds have turned me from hypo to hper and I can't loose anyweigh

    not gluten intolerant but now she is thinking another auto condition
    1109 days ago
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