Michele wrote: I am also making sure I stay with in a calorie range. Before I just tried to eat healthy and didn't focus too much on the calories - which might be why I was not having as much success at losing weight.
Went to the doc last nite. She said that back injuries can take up to 6 weeks to fully heal depending on how bad I injured it. The soonest I can get into the physio doc is Tues next week (They are closed on weekends). My back is slowly feeling better. I am sure it won't be long before I am up again kicking ASS!
Michele wrote:I c.a.n.t afford more Sunrider right now. I am trying to pay down my bills and have to re-roof my house this Spring. I have already cut back on normal life stuff (like I canceled my cable, etc).
As for the calorie question, I am using the weight watchers points system. Depending on what your weight is - is how many points you can consume a day, etc. As you lose weight, your get less points a day. I found when I was in Weight Watchers and did follow the points system, I did lose weight. Weight Watchers didn't work for me way back when as I wasn't following the points so I would gain it back.
So I am meshing my good foods and filling up the points. I take 2 tablespoons of UDO's oil a day. I eat my Sunrider stuff every day. I eat things like almonds, quinoa, berries, apples, oranges, spinach, rice milk, celery, carrots, whey powder, homemade mexican chili (using ground round), organic eggs, tomato paste, brown rice noodles, peas, corn, dark chicken, salmon, light feta cheese, tomatoes, beans. So I am pretty pleased with myself as I feel I am eating much healthier.
I want to give this a try for the next month and see if I get results. This weekend I am going to make some soups (Roasted Cauliflower Curry soup and Roasted Garlic Sweet Potato soup).
why dark chicken not white
from the recipes I put on here long time ago
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