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Great for you!!!
Eating clean is a lot of preparation. Worth every minute of it too. I too had started inputting my food to the food journal and started to lose focus worrying about calories. With the Eat Clean Diet, you never have to count calories, remember? I didn't remember it and re-read the book (Recharged). I thought that I had read somewhere about calories. I am giving up the sp food journal as I have my eat clean companion book at home. I have been really pressed for time this week with all the journal entries!
I told my dad about the Eat Clean Diet and Tosca's books last June. He was at about 380 lbs and had been approved for gastric bypass. I think he was scared of the surgery and that's when he called me to ask about the books I had been talking about before. He went out and got Recharged that day and and additional Eat Clean cookbook. I guaranteed him that if he followed it he would lose almost as quickly as having the surgery. He had lost almost 100 lbs by Christmas. Pretty amazing stuff...
Great job! You have very long days and planning for this will be so good.
I would like to follow you but could you put (add a link) as I do not know how to get there. Tks.
Hey! My name is Sara. I joined SP in 2008 in college, lost some weight, started teaching, gained A LOT back. I returned to SP a year ago and have since lost almost 80 lbs. I am the lowest weight I've ever been in my life and am focusing more on toning and weight training. I am also trying to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Although I "thought" I was doing this the first time, I really hadn't let the SP way change my life. I think this is why things fell apart when I started teaching. I have been making huge changes over the past year and found out about Tosca Reno from a friend. After reading the book, it seemed like I had already made a lot of these changes (but just needed to pay closer attention to little things). Monday was my first day on the Eat Clean Diet- stripped (I have about 10 lbs left to lose). Monday I don't think I planned things out well enough. I leave for school at 5:30 AM and didn't get home until around 8. However, I didn't pack enough meals. My body was in dire need of food when I got home. Tuesday I was more prepared. I have grad classes Tuesdays and Wednesdays, so I don't return home until around 9 PM. I packed my 5 meals and made sure that I absolutely ate in 3 hour intervals. It was fantastic! I still had 300-500 calories left for my 6th meal when I got home from class. I wasn't starving and could've gone without eating, but I had a small meal to fill my calories for the day. I did the same thing today and so far so good. I am really looking forward to this change making the difference and helping me reach my ultimate goal. I can't wait to get to know you all more! I post all of my food pictures on instagram. My username is sneville2 if you want to follow me. Have an awesome day!
"The only disability in life is a bad attitude." -Scott Hamilton
"Be careful what you think, for your thoughts become your words.
Be careful what you say, for your words become your actions.
Be careful what you do, for your actions become your habits.
Be careful what becomes habitual, for your habits become your destiny."- Positive thoughts become positive outcomes