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Good News on the Health Screen Front

Wednesday, August 15, 2012      5 comments

I had my health screen last week, and the blood work was done up all nice and all. My fasting glucose is at 89. *(I don't have the units to hand, but I suspect they are standard.) No real change from last April. My cholesterol wen... Read more

Back on the Food Plan as of this Past Monday

Saturday, May 19, 2012      2 comments

I've been pretty good about my food plan, actually. It's been great for mainenance ever since the holidays, but I still need to drop about 12 or so more pounds. Okay, she sez... Starting this past Monday I'm back to really thinking about... Read more

A sensible & research-oriented response to concerns over the Paleo diet

Monday, January 16, 2012      6 comments

A great resource on the Paleo Diet (from a Registered Dietitian, no less!)
estioning-paleo/ Definitely something to show anyone who thinks you are doing down t... Read more

A year plus and counting: Lessons I've learned

Thursday, December 01, 2011      7 comments

In no particular order: 1) Don't think of it as a diet. Think of it as a nutritional plan to last the foreseeable lifetime (I say foreseeable, as as we age, our needs may change). A diet is something that has in most minds a time limit.... Read more

Days July 4-6 foods

Thursday, July 07, 2011      2 comments

Note: FM = Farmer's Market. Breakfast theory: I've known for years that I cannot start my day (break my fast) on "continental breakfast", or on a high carb meal, or worse yet, pastries and donuts. Without a start of protein, I am j... Read more

July Nutrition - Going to push (gently) back to direction!

Monday, July 04, 2011      3 comments

I spent a good portion of June out of town, eating mostly nutritious and whole foods (which the family largely appreciates) but they did contain more carbs than I'd prefer. But.. um, homemade? I at least need to be sociable and try a little he... Read more

Feeling Positive

Friday, March 18, 2011      5 comments

I am getting towards my goal, a process which is more than just an end in itself. At the moment, I'm having a serious problem with "duties" and "obligations", and so fortunately my weight thing isn't really about the "duty" of tracking weight o... Read more

Kicking off the Season

Sunday, December 19, 2010      6 comments

Actually, the season has been kicking around a bit, ever since the early December Holiday Lunch Potluck at work, at which I did eat more than I should but since there are so many co workers from places like China and India, I allowed myself to i... Read more

Past, Present, and Future: Looking at 11/25; Looking at weight

Thursday, November 18, 2010      4 comments

A couple days ago I got down to 205 lbs, I'm now back to 205.5 today, but that can be vagaries. I prefer to weigh myself about every third day which sort of avoids fluctuations. Once all this stops being new to me, I'll try to weigh once a wee... Read more

Made my Wedding Attendence Goal (sort of...)

Saturday, October 30, 2010      3 comments

My niece's wedding was October 23rd. We flew down to St. Petersburg, Florida on the 21st, the morning of which I weighed 210! That was the goal for the wedding. Unfortunately restaurants in St. Petersburg have good food, things I don't... Read more

Getting used to the Nutrition Tracker

Wednesday, September 29, 2010      2 comments

I see I'll be adding my own food in, in part because I seem to require protein for breakfast, and during the summer I patronize farmer's markets a lot, which aren't going to follow any sort of pre-plan. Besides I like to cook. It's a hobby; I... Read more

Just joined

Sunday, September 26, 2010      10 comments

I just joined this site based on a recommendation from a friend last night, who also has an account here (although I didn't ask her her username). My goal is 28 pounds based on my weight this morning. I'm trying to eat less of certain foods, m... Read more