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Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Things have been going pretty well with the reset. I did find out that one of the dressings I had ordered from Primal Kitchen was not compliant (although "Paleo" compliant, it has honey, should have been clued in by the name "honey mustard"!), not sure why I didn't realize this, but I'm switching to the ranch style, and did read the ingredients this time! emoticon emoticon emoticon Onward and upward!

I had a few nights with minimal sleep issues, but last night was difficult. I was alternating between too hot/sweaty and cold, restless, and woke up a 3am (this seems to be my usual pattern of waking up in the middle of the night). At least I was able to get back to sleep quickly.

Other than that, I'm feeling good. Much less anxious, and I feel sharper mentally. I am still having some dry skin issues, but I live in a dry climate, so I'm not sure I can do anything about that!

The push-up challenge is going well, I've done 10-11 push-ups each morning so far! emoticon
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  • DEB9021
    Impressed with the pushups! I really should do some core/upper body strength exercises. I used to have very dry skin and realized after I lost weight, sweated more, and ate better that it got much better. Not sure what did it, though. Maybe all combi
    161 days ago
  • DGRIFFITH51
    You are doing good, learning as you go! Doing good on the push-ups. I need to follow your lead on that! Hoping for you that your sleep gets better.

    I noticed that when I went grain free my skin felt drier, I added a vitamin E supplement to my vitamin regimen which seemed to help. Our hard water is also hard on our skin, even with a water softener, I use coconut or olive oil for moisturizer, staying natural.

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    167 days ago
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