STEPHLOKI
350,000-499,999 SparkPoints 360,795
SparkPoints
 

Have been overdoing things

Friday, January 27, 2017

Hmmmm. Thus week I was on leave. I played golf 4 days and went to the gym today. Was hoping to loose some of the 1.5kg I had gained over Christmas. But then I was endulging too much. Let's see I had pizza and I had cake. I ate chocolate. ...not good. Have been overdoing the sugary things. But I have also been overdoing things on the exercise side. As much as golf feels like a gentler exercise i still need to remember that I have RA. When I was thinking if I should play golf today a light pain in my finger joints told me I should NOT! I went to the gym and did a light workout instead and will put in a rest day tomorrow. Today I will do some intermittent baths for my hands. I am disappointed that I have not lost any weight but then I did gave fun this week and hence I will not beat myself up. Once I start the sugarfree, yeast free and wheat free diet next week I should be loosing some anyway. I need to be on this diet for the Bioresonance treatment I am starting for fungus treatment. This will take about 12 weeks. It will be a tough one. But I can see the results of the lactose intolerance and wheat allergy treatment I have done. It will be so worth it!
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • KENDRACARROLL
    Yup, pizza. I've had too much of that recently too.
    Sugar free, yeast free, and wheat free - sounds complicated.
    What does that mean? No sugar, no bread?
    1455 days ago
  • BJAEGER307
    All the more power to you Steph. I'm glad you got to play golf, hubby just loves the game of golf. How is your friend D? Any better? I hope all is well. I know you'll take off the excess weight, you've come so far already. I'm so happy for you. Well you take care, be safe, and stay healthy as you can!
    1457 days ago
  • NATPLUMMER
    emoticon
    1457 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.