All is good in CV land for me.
I did have a one day recurrence of my stomach issues, but it was then gone for good. I’m back to eating my liver, as it makes me feel good and I haven’t had any issues. I think it was the cod.
I had all but given up any cardio workouts, but I am now back to power walking 5 days a week. We went for a family walk a couple of weeks ago (about 3 miles) and the next day I was incredibly sore! My hips were hurting, my legs were hurting, I was a mess! It made me realize that while cardio doesn’t help me with weightloss, I need it in my life for my overall well-being. It makes me feel good, loosens up my joints and gives me more energy. I dislocated my hip when I was 22 due to a car accident and at that time the doctor pretty much assured me I would have arthritis in that hip when I got older, plus arthritis runs rampant on my mom’s side. I need to move to keep things loose! The only downside to it is that it causes me to retain water due to my poor circulation. I still do my slow burn weights and HIIT 1x per week.
Hubby is doing well, but definitely not eating enough. Yesterday, he didn’t eat until 7pm and then he had one boneless skinless chicken breast, 1/2 package of bacon and some shredded cheddar cheese. That was it for the day. DD is not eating enough either. I keep telling them that they can’t continue on this path, as their metabolism will decrease, but I’ve decided it’s something they’ll have to figure out for themselves. DH admitted that he’s struggling w/ the CICO side of things and is frustrated that the scale isn’t moving more. He wants the weight off NOW. I told him it doesn’t work that way, but he had to see that for himself. I’m just glad they’re staying the course. DD has her “cheats” every now and then, but I just leave it alone and not make a big deal out of it.
Glad to hear everyone is pretty much cruising along.
I added frozen liver pills to my repertoire. I swallow about 27 grams of them every morning. I don’t taste them (or very little of them). I have noticed a difference in my energy, not huge, but a difference. It might be worth a try.