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I’ve migrated the two week test into a lifestyle change and dig the results. In fact, I was just reminded that I haven’t had ANY of the blurry-low-energy-bonks since I’ve sliced carbs & sugar out of my world. Yee Haw. In concert with the nutrition, I’ve always been an disciplined workout person (aerobic & anaerobic), and at 52 (51 when I began the program), it was challenging to slow way down. I’ve made progress AND have a ‘over the weekend’ discovery that I’d like your thoughts on. When I figured my exercise zone, it was 180-51=129; so, my workouts were in the 119-129 range (after a 15 minute warm-up in the 109-119 range). My question is around the ‘other part’ of the 180 equation: either the addition or subtraction of additional heartbeats. Immediately, option 1 and 2 were out, as I did not and have not ever met those criteria. I initially ruled out option 4, because I ‘read into’ the word racing; I settled on option 3, so didn’t add or subtract anything. Well, and here’s where the weekend epiphany comes in, I was reading Phil’s book again, specifically the calculation section, and I stopped on the 4 options. I have been exercising for more than 4 years (uh, way more), and my work outs are formal and challenging. So, while I’m not a racer per se, I am very much a competitor against myself. SO I’ve determined that option 4 (and the additional 5 bpm) is for me. I ran that workout today and it felt good, AND I’m grateful for the lowered heart rate, as it taught me patience and humility (I don’t have to chase down everyone). Here’s the heart of my question…while I did add 5 bpm to my workout today (warmup and workout), I’m wondering if I should sprinkle in 3 beats at first for a couple of weeks and then 2 beats later? What are your thoughts on this? Thanks again for the support . Make today great! Chris
More in Workouts How to Encourage Kids to Embrace Healthy Eating How to Encourage Kids to Embrace Healthy Eating I am on day 9, and 2 days ago I started getting a pain in my lower back normally associated with the kidneys. I feel I am drinking enough water, but just incase I tried to increase and that did not seem to help. I drank less today and it feel a little better, I think. I
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Watch what you eat before bedtime. This can be a touchy subject but calories late at night can do you more harm than good. If you are trying to maintain lean mass or build lean mass, 30-40 grams of a beef (grass fed, grass finished, hydrolyzed), whey isolate (cool processed non- denatured whey), or pea (for the vegetarian lifestyle) protein shake with 2 TBSP of nut butter will help you maintain a positive nitrogen balance for the next 4-6 hours depending on the breakdown process of the ingested protein. The answer is not to stay awake to eat but to ingest the proper foods just before going horizontal for the night. Slow digesting proteins and essential fats help slow digestion and provide a steady supply of amino acids for fuel. By doing this you will avoid catabolism (your body eating itself for fuel). If you eat dinner late you will also want to be very selective on the type of carbohydrates you eat after about 4:30. Not only will you store the calories from high glycemic carbs as fat, your insulin levels are soaring through the night and your body will not be able to access its fat stores during your night time fast.
Here's what that means for people who are counting their calories: Fatty foods are higher in calories than their low-fat equivalents, so to account for that and cut back on carbs and sugar instead.
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OK. Thanks. My hope is that anyone else who has had this happen is benefitting from the myriad of questions, as I am on day 8 today. I jumped on the scale this morning and found I’ve lost 10 pounds (I was thin to begin with). My fear (I just don’t know) is that I’m losing muscle – and don’t yet understand the choices my body makes (or the hierarchy) between choosing carbs / sugar, fat and then muscle. I’m looking past the woozy / weak feeling, hoping (from your comments and those I’ve read in other posts) that the nuclear energy is coming! Thanks for your support. If you have any comments on this, I’d love to read them.
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Your vegetarianism is one of the reasons you may be so ravenous. What you want to do is eat veggie fats to reduce hunger (by producing leptin). Make some veggie smoothies with a healthy dose of coconut oil and avocado, and add some nuts such as almonds or macadamia nuts (but no peanuts—they are legumes) toward the end for a little crunch, and yet more fat. (For that last bit, use the “pulse” function in your blender to control how fine the nuts get ground up). That should help you out. No snap peas, though.
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Should I stay on the TWT longer? Is this normal? Am I going to wake up one day and the weight just melted off overnight?
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15. KIMCHI Depression and illness: Chicken or egg? I am vegan; no animal products for a variety of reasons. Can we use meat substitutes? Like Beyond Meat? Do you have recipes or suggestions or substitutions? I eat a good bit of natural peanut butter (no added sugar; just peanuts and salt); why are peanuts not allowed?
Fighting constantly with your S.O.? It’s time to address your issues head-on. "Research has shown that cortisol, the hormone that's released during stressful activity, is linked to fat storage,” says Gina Guddet, couples counselor and co-author of Love Metabolism. “And poor communication between couples is the most common type of stress that you tend to experience."
by Lee Boyce | 12/07/16 2) I don’t think there was anything on it but what about legumes? Black beans, pinto, etc… can I eat those? I mean they’re low carb and sugar so I assume you’ll say it’s ok but I don’t want to be half way through the diet before I find out.
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