Wow that's impressive! Congratulations!used to be 60lb heavier than I am now, so I had to be very careful when I stopped my weight loss programme. Which was done by eating about 2-300 calories less than recommended daily, plus exercise.
Unfortunately I've been inconsistent which it shouldn't be since I really like to exercise - but it's usually a time issue. But I've concluded that my health needs to be a priority. Anyhow, I enjoy Tae Bo, step-aerobics, workouts by The Firm, walking (but only with a friend), yoga and pilates. I'm currently eyeing the Turbo-Jam workouts - kind of a kickboxing and dance combo. I'm a klutz, but at least it's done in the privacy of your own home.do you have any sort of exercise routine?
Good for you MySavior! Sounds like you have a great plan.Well, I'm not a low-carber.. but since I finally graduated from college, I'm setting myself up for the benefits of a healthy diet. I'm going to be making use of the delivery option from alot of these large grocery stores, and then information from online recipe sites, online healthy food sites, and online grocery list sites. What I'm going to do this week is plan a string of meals for the next year or two, then see the basic ingredients common to all of them (that are non-perishable), then order those ingredients in bulk for to-my-door delivery. When I order the basics, I'll also tack on the foods I need for the next month, and go from there.
Supposed to go back for a recheck in a few weeks.There are so many health advantages to eating low-glycemic including many types of cancer so, if I were you, I would have my blood sugars checked.
Pizza - I love pizza! But it's not on my plan, maybe down the road if I make a whole-wheat crust. For now I do a pizza-like thing on a portabella mushroom cap - it's good, but it's not the real thing.