This is the protein powder I choose to use for the rest of my rounds.
I like the taste and texture and the price of this brand.
I will use 2 scoops in each meal = around 24 grams protein
I ordered the organic vanilla flavor in the 3 lb tub, and the regular chocolate in a 3 lb tub.
I like that the prep time to make smoothies is better than cooking.
When I calculated the nutrition into a few sample days menus the daily fat intake dropped dramatically. Is there a required fat intake set by Dr Simeon’s? I don’t know it this fat needs to be replaced or not?
Fuck life… can I not for once be blamed for other people’s bullshit.. just once.
I just made this chart for my door. I was doing the marbles in a jar thing but the jar is full and if I switch to a bigger one it looks empty. This might be better for me. c:
I might reprint it with my goals in a different font or different color.
Jacqui McCoy, Shaklee 180™ Specialist and participant of Extreme Makeover®: Weight-Loss Edition was featured in a recent issue of Woman’s World magazine with her sister, Tori!
Where I live. Life is at a stand still. Half a foot of snow and It’s getting worse. I’m stuck in a house with ramen. Yay me. Migraines for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Trying to come up with a keto meal plan that is as cheap as ramen.
HW: 227 (probably alittle higher)
Alittle bit of a back story. I grew up in a very abusive household. I hit puberty at age 5 due to the massive soy consumption in my house. I was 11 when they put me on antipsychotics. They didn’t believe me about what was going on at home. It was drug after drug after drug. When I was 14, I weighed 107. That was the product of my parents trying to keep me out of the hospital for malnutrition. I didn’t intentionally have an eating disorder. I was just saving up my lunch money to run away. They switched my medications around and institutionalized me and in result I gained 80 lbs in one month. I had stretch marks that broke open to the point of needing stitches. I was forced to eat things I was either allergic to or didn’t sit well in my stomach. I later ended up in a residential facility. They had a dietician but my file specified I wasn’t “aloud” to lose weight. By the time I was 16, I was 200. In foster care, I was aloud to diet and exercise. I had to petition the state to get off of medication. The following year I was diagnosed with Lupus and Hasimoto’s. I was in and out of the hospital with renal failure. I did my best to find some sort of normality in my life. I dated, became a vegan, tried to attend high school. I lost a lot of weight. But I couldn’t break past the 150 lb mark. The doctors told me it wasn’t possible to have children but when I was 18, I found out I was pregnant. I was hospitalized almost the entire time. Despite having the best doctors, he was born premature. He died at 28 days old.