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A piece of celery for my thoughts!

Sunday, April 06, 2014

Oh goodness, where do I start on this one. If you were to look at nutrition tracker today, end of
week #3 of me eating basically fruits and vegetables along with some pasta/beans/rice/nuts/seeds and an occasional bread, you'd wonder 'what is going on?' I basically wanted to see if I felt good at the end of 3 weeks on this and what my energy level was. Well, energy is fine and sleep is really good. I've exercised quite a bit more and actually don't mind it. I am shrinking by inches or my tops and bottom have taken a growth spurt. Seriously, I do feel good..could be the 'spirulina' ..gag...tastes like pond scum, I've been downing. I take extra vitamin/minerals just to make sure I'm getting all. My plan was to really stick with as many really good nutritionally organic foods I could find. So, I may extend this little plan longer or gradually reintroduce more foods, but I feel so good.... No Sugar is a big key to success and plenty of water....
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  • v SARACYCLE
    Thanks, the food choices were inspired by a couple who mountain bike, that I know. I thought, okay, why not give it a whirl. I feel good and shopping for fruits and veggies is so much fun. I enjoyed it before, but much more now that it fills my basket. And it seems to give enough energy to get the cycling done, which is great. 20 lbs. off in 3 weeks...I am not complaining emoticon

    839 days ago
  • v MNCYCLIST
    Whatever you decide to do...

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    839 days ago
  • v DDOORN
    Sounding very similar to the groove I've been in since Jan. 1st...with similar results...go US! :-)

    Don
    839 days ago
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