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Calorie/ calorie cycling data

Thursday, August 27, 2015      2 comments

Harris Benedict Equation: http://manytools.org/han
dy/bmr-calculator/go This is a good link, good info. Has Harris Benedict formula plus others. http://www.sailrabbit.co
m/bmr/ BMR = 1231.36... Read more

Sad Today!

Wednesday, August 26, 2015      2 comments

Well, I did my exercise. I had an early morning class starting at 9:15. So I got up early and got in a 30 minute bike ride, almost 6 miles. Then off to class, getting home at noon. At 2 p.m. we had an appt. with my husband's doctor. He info... Read more

Friday Rowing

Friday, August 14, 2015      0 comments

Today I got up at 5:30 a.m. just to go rowing on a beautiful lake (without alligators in it!) in the big city we spent the night in. My rowing buddy and very good friend met me at the boathouse where I used to be a member, and we carried our sc... Read more

Thursday stuff

Thursday, August 13, 2015      1 comments

started with a great breakfast and then we drove to a big city about two hours away for some business. I took care of some items at stores that we don't have in our town. Traffic was horrible. By the time I got done it was two p.m. And time for ... Read more

Diet vs. exercise for weight loss

Sunday, August 09, 2015      6 comments

Well, I learned something important on our recent vacation. Weight loss comes, I'd say, 90% from diet, and only 10% from exercise. Last week we went hiking in the NC mountains. A couple of days we had 20,000+ steps and almost 7 miles of stren... Read more

Data on Boone Fork Trail and exercise data today

Wednesday, August 05, 2015      0 comments

The Boone Fork Trail differs from most Parkway hikes in two ways. The first is that the majority of the trail is in the woods, where tumbling streams and rock outcroppings replace typically grand vistas. The second is its length. At 4.9 miles, t... Read more

Data for Monday Aiug 3

Monday, August 03, 2015      0 comments

We hiked the Boone Fork Trail today. Got a little turned around because I missed a trail sign so we did a mile or so extra over the 4.9 miles of the trail. My phone app said 20450 steps and 7.49 miles and the equivalent of 29 flights climbed. We... Read more

"Public" blogs vs. "private" blogs

Friday, July 17, 2015      3 comments

I have been mainly blogging to myself, writing down my meal descriptions and exercise in the "notes" at the bottom of the food tracker on SP. It has been sufficient for my thoughts. Yesterday I posted a one-sentence blog stating that fact and ... Read more

Now blogging on the "notes" section of the food tracker.

Thursday, July 16, 2015      3 comments

It is just easier for me to write my thoughts to myself there, rather than doing an official blog.... Read more

Detox week

Sunday, July 12, 2015      3 comments

I have just started with a new doctor--one whose staff answers the phone, and whose nurse you can get to know. A doctor who has time for you. She spent an hour with me at our introductory visit, and instructed me to limit my fruits to just tho... Read more

Losing/Maintaining w/o counting calories

Sunday, April 20, 2014      2 comments

After about a year following the plant-strong way of eating, I can now report that this works!!! I am free!! No more counting calories; no more weighing food or portioning out little servings. Right now I weigh less than 140 and have maintain... Read more

F2F immersion--Final challenge and my own personal notes

Saturday, January 19, 2013      4 comments

Rip Esselstyn gave the closing remarks, challenging the attendees to do the following to Make Health a Habit. 1. Take the 28 day challenge. 2. Don't eat the wrong things. 3. Get support. engine2diet.com, engine2extra.com, jeffnovick.co... Read more

F2F immersion--How to get along without going along

Saturday, January 19, 2013      2 comments

Doug Lisle gave this presentation. It was very helpful and I've used some of his suggestions. The presentation dealt with the problem we face from people that ask, "Aren't you getting enough protein?" Or, "Do you think you are too good to eat... Read more

F2F immersion--The Food, what and how to cook

Saturday, January 19, 2013      4 comments

There were several cooking demonstrations during the weekend, 2 by Ann Esselstyn and her daughter, Jane Esselstyn. They had one where they showed the right things to have in your kitchen, which veggies were the "tops," and just some general "st... Read more

F2F immersion--The Pleasure Trap, or why I feel driven to eat those Snickers bars.

Saturday, January 19, 2013      1 comments

This talk, given by Doug Lisle, of True North Health www.healthpromoting.com was most interesting and opened my eyes to what the food industry is doing to capture my "eating soul" and why it is so hard to resist eating Snickers... Read more


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