Dr's appt

Monday, January 14, 2013

I had an appt with my Dr. this morning for several reasons, for the first time ever I was excited to be weighed I usually dread this part of checking in! I'm not sure if I've lost anything in the last week, cause I didn't weigh myself last week, but I feel like I have. I have the best Dr. and she was so glad that I was serious about my health and getting healthy by losing the weight and exercising. She recommended that I watch a movie called "forks over knives" she said she had learned so much and what she thought was healthy and good for you, was not. Its on netflix if anyone is interested. I'm hoping to watch and although I'm not ready to go vegan I want to start including more veggie meals in my diet.
I also did a great hip hop cardio workout this evening for 30 minutes, lots of fun and got me warmed up, we haven't had these low temps in Phoenix in over 20 years, and needless to say I'm freezing!!! :O I also walked with my sis for at least 20 minutes outside in this cold weather!
Well till tomorrow, Keep strong my Spark Friends................ emoticon emoticon
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  • SPARKLE1908
    I have heard about that movie too but I'm not trying to go vegan either...I think there is a balance that can be had that will give the results that we are looking for/needing in our lives...I am trying to incorporate more veggies/fruits in my diet as steps!
    1957 days ago
    The best part about getting healthy is being excited about it! It's that wonderful feeling you get when you know your doing something that's good for you! Have a great time in this journey. Best of luck!

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    1957 days ago
    I have been reading the book they have Forks Over Knives. I am not ready to go vegan either but I am trying hard to eat more veggies also. Vegetables are very healthly for us.
    1958 days ago
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