Sunday, August 23rd, 2015 | Author: Tess
No one likes to analyze their food. It’s like counting calories or counting chickens before they hatch, or, like counting sheep, it puts you to sleep. You need to eat smart by knowing your low carb veggies that you like to nosh on before you eat them.
Net carbs* should be around 20 – 30 per day; find the ones you love and eat your veggies!! more…
Saturday, August 22nd, 2015 | Author: Tess
So it’s back to the Basics
- Eat: Meat, fish, eggs, vegetables growing above ground and natural fats (like butter).
- Avoid: Sugar and starchy foods (like bread, pasta, rice, beans and potatoes).
The smart part is to eat when you’re hungry and only until you are satisfied. It’s that simple.
You do not have to avoid the fat that comes with the foods noted below.
You do not have to limit quantities deliberately.
You must stop eating when you feel full – if you eat mindfully you will know when this happens. Don’t “clean your plate”, be prepared to save it for later or to throw it out.
For hunger check how you feel: Is it hunger, thirst or something else?
Friday, April 17th, 2015 | Author: Tess
Every year I do the same thing, buy tons of seeds, way more than I can plant, start some plants indoors, and then plan my garden.
I really should do it the other way around, less waste and more time doing something else – but I don’t.
Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 | Author: Tess
The truth is we do sit too much. This is my all time favourite infographic although sitting doesn’t “make” us fat that would be our stuffing our faces while we sit that makes us fat. We need to get up and walk / run / skip / jump up every so often to keep our bodies in motion. We like to sit; we like our food since it’s easier to get. If we had to chase down supper I’m sure we’d be much healthier. View more to see the graphic.
Tuesday, January 06th, 2015 | Author: Tess
What does the 21 Day Challenge and Cross Fit have in common?
It’s what I’m going to attempt to do. WOD = burpees done the right way, learn how to do them right the first time. 10 minutes or 20 minutes a day to the best of my ability.