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    What is everyone's plan for being healthy this month? Ie what is your plan for eating and what is your plan for exercise?

    Mine is:

    Eating- low carb and to write down what I eat

    Exercise- walking to school and back twice a day and to get to the gym 3-4 times per week.

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    Eating - No idea. That's half my problem.

    Exercise - 15 minutes on the exercise bike, 3 times a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Eating - No idea. That's half my problem.

    Exercise - 15 minutes on the exercise bike, 3 times a week.
    What do you eat in a typical day. For example, what did u eat yesterday?

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    I honestly can't remember. All I've had so far today is what I mentioned in a previous post for breakfast, then I was out for lunch and stuffed up as usual with KFC, and a couple more Freddo heads. Dinner tonight is some high fibre spaghetti, with prawns, stir fry veg, and a little garlic sauce.

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    Eating - Weight Watchers
    Exercise - 4 x 30 min low impact cardio aerobics, 31 day squat challenge, anything more will be incidental.

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    Eating - cutting out processed foods and/or refined sugar. Eat more vegetables, particularly the leafy green kind.

    Exercise - at least 15 minutes of activity each day. Since reading the I Quit Sugar for Life wellness code my exercise goal has changed. Sarah Wilson made a good point - if you aim for exercise ?x each week then every morning you wake up and debate with yourself about whether today is going to be that day. I used to do that all the time when I was running pre-pregnancy and in winter when it's cold I find it really hard to get up out of my warm bed, so I would inevitably say to myself "tomorrow".

    The 30-day yoga challenge is my starting point and I will add in some walking with bub in the pram. Then when yoga has got my energy flow back, lead into the Nike Training Club sessions.
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    I've been eating low carb high fat. Not much exercise as DS2 won't let me leave the room without him let alone to the gym lol I'm missing working out so much.

    I'm actually below my pre pg weight now and have lost 7kg with 10+ to go. My stomach has gone down so much from the lack of carbs and my size 12 skinny jeans that didn't do up are now getting a tad big in the bum Size 8 here I come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I've been eating low carb high fat. Not much exercise as DS2 won't let me leave the room without him let alone to the gym lol I'm missing working out so much.

    I'm actually below my pre pg weight now and have lost 7kg with 10+ to go. My stomach has gone down so much from the lack of carbs and my size 12 skinny jeans that didn't do up are now getting a tad big in the bum Size 8 here I come.
    I ate low carb, high fat last year for about 5 months. After that I just couldn't do it anymore I wish I could it worked well and I didn't really ever feel hungry. I lacked the discipline to stick to it and I felt like crap for the entire time.

    Well done on your weight loss!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerilee View Post
    I ate low carb, high fat last year for about 5 months. After that I just couldn't do it anymore I wish I could it worked well and I didn't really ever feel hungry. I lacked the discipline to stick to it and I felt like crap for the entire time.

    Well done on your weight loss!!
    I think it's a eating plan that either works or it doesn't and it's not for everyone. I find once I hit ketosis the hunger drops dramatically and have so much energy. It is the sort of diet though you have to be very strict.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat74 View Post
    Do you mean bircher muesli? Or is overnight oats something different? I have a great recipe for bircher muesli if anyone wants it....
    Over night oat are just soaked in milk/yogurt in the fridge, so no cooking then you mix and match your toppings in the morning.

    I'll take the Bircher muesli recipe always looking for something new for breakfast!


 

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