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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Thrusday, March 20th 2014 marks two months of an ova-lacto-vegan-keto diet for me. The changes I feel are inspiring. So far, I've lost 18 pounds which puts me ahead of my weight loss schedule by 10 days. Currently I weigh 142 pounds and my goal is to hit 111 pounds by August 1st 2014. I will not give up. Once I hit 120 pounds, I will weigh less than I have since high school. I plan to celebrate that day as a mile marker achievement in my life. This will be the year I finally hit that number. Two thousand fourteen. I will be 27 years old.

I've also been practicing yoga. My strength, balance, and general feeling of well being has improved greatly. My bad habits have almost been eradicated. I quite smoking last year in June. With the exception of a few slip ups I've been able to stick to a tobacco free lifestyle. No longer do I consume processed foods. Instead, I've replaced this part of my diet with greens and vegetables.

Overall, I feel pretty damned good. It feels like I may have finally found the lifestyle most beneficial to my body, health, and mind. I believe I can continue on this path indefinitely.
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    You can do it!!
    1455 days ago
  • JIBBIE49
    I'm only 5'4" and the correct weight for a woman at that height is 120#. So, if you are about 5'2" then 111# would be a good weight, especially if you are doing YOGA. Priscilla Patrick who taught YOGA on PBS and still teaches in her studio (she's 72) is 5'6" and 110#.
    Denise Austin is 5'4" and 112#, and she's 57 and the mother of two grown children.

    Priscilla has videos on YouTube. She has 3 grown children.

    I can't get into Ketosis without going to about 20 carbs per day.
    1461 days ago
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