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I went MIA these past few weeks because I was a little embarrassed of all of my life changes.. I moved back to California, AGAIN. I tried to be happy in Texas, but I need things here that Texas doesn’t have. First of all, I work in the cannabis industry. This plant has been a blessing to my life in many ways! I highly encourage you do your research on it before judging it. It is helping millions of people’s lives around the world. Personally, it helps me with my insomnia, nightmares, eating disorders, ptsd and anxiety. (I have some issues I know lol) And did you know that cannabis helps regulate digestion and our gut microbiome? it also enhances your endurance during workouts and activities.. It saves life’s, cures epilepsy.. I can go on and on about it. We have two cannabinoid receptors in our brain as well, so I’m going to fill mine up. I’m going to be more honest and real with y’all.. if you want to unfollow me, unfollow. And to those who won’t judge me, thank you. I can’t wait to keep being unapologetically me and real with the world 💚🤩
CONTRARY TO POPULAR BELIEF, #fitness ISN’T JUST BULKING AND CUTTING EVERY 6 MONTHS UNTIL YOU DIE.⠀ ⠀ Whilst certain goals might require a particular kind of energy intake and movement output - there is also SO MUCH TO BE SAID for playing the long game.⠀ ⠀ And just, well - eating.⠀ ⠀ Being on a creepy little bulking/cutting hamster wheel is a really good way to always be ‘chasing’ something you don’t have. And will never actually ‘get’. Because when the bulk ends, the cut starts and when the cut ends, the bulk starts again and so on.⠀ ⠀ Terrifying. So I’m just here popping up on your feed to let you know that your body doesn’t have to be some sort of weird art project that’s always a working progress.⠀ ⠀ It’s okay to just train to train.⠀ It’s okay to just eat to eat.⠀ ⠀ My ‘fitness goals’ for next year will be the same as they have been the past two.⠀ ⠀ Continuing to lift weights regularly.⠀ Continuing to get stronger.⠀ Continuing to treat my body with respect.⠀ Continuing to exclusively fill my plate with only things I actually like.⠀ And continuing to not be a dick to myself for eating a donut or three..⠀ ⠀ Merry bloody new year.
🍊Over Complicating Nutrition🍊 . Follow @roballenfitness for more fitness/nutrition info 💪🏼 . Nice list of common nutrition related misconceptions by @cheatdaydesign . Nutrition can certainly be a complex topic, but there are certain principles that we just don’t need to overthink. Here are some “fast facts” to help you stop over-complicating your eating 1. The frequency you eat doesn’t matter. One meal or five will have the same effect at the end of the day if the food is the same 2. If you want to lose weight, you need to be in a caloric deficit. How you get into a deficit will vary, and maybe there are some obstacles in your way, but it still holds true 3. Drink your water. It’s important for pretty much everything 4. There is no food you CAN’T have. Restrictive diets that tell you that you have to avoid certain foods are not worth following 5. If your goal is weight loss, you technically don’t need to worry about your micronutrients, but they are very important for your overall health 6. The exact way you split up your fat/protein/carbs depends completely on your lifestyle and needs 7. See number 1. You can split your meals up however you want, whenever you want 8. Don’t be afraid to eat fat. Eating enough fat is especially important for hormones 9. If you went keto and lost weight that’s great- but it’s not magic. Keto put you in a caloric deficit 10. No matter your goals, you don’t have to count your calories or track your macros. It can certainly help, but it’s not a necessity . . #dieting#fatloss#weightloss#fitness#fit#fitnessmotivation#gym#gymmotivation#iifym#abs#absworkout#gains#nutrition#bodybuilding#fitnessnutrition#diet#dietplan#gymtips#fitnesstips#exercise#sportsnutrition#muscle#chestday#legday#alphalete#6packabs#macros#mtlfitness#montrealfitness
Dinner: Creamy Parmesan Garlic Chicken. This recipe is a part of my e-cookbook and is so delicious! I served it with cauli rice and a simple side salad. 😋 For information about my e-book, you can visit the homepage of getfitlaura.com.
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Did you know genetics can play a huge role in determining someone’s weight? We all have that friend who can eat ice cream, cake, and whatever else they want and still not gain weight. At the other extreme are people who seem to gain weight no matter how little they eat. Why? ‘ On a very simple level, your weight depends on the number of calories you consume, how many of those calories you store, and how many you burn up. But each of these factors is influenced by a combination of genes and environment. Both can affect your physiology (such as how fast you burn calories) as well as your behavior (the types of foods you choose to eat, for instance). Genes contribute to the causes of obesity in many ways, by affecting appetite, satiety (the sense of fullness), metabolism, food cravings, body-fat distribution, and the tendency to use eating as a way to cope with stress. And yes although environment, lifestyle and healthy choices still contribute a great deal to how much you weigh but the point is what’s “easy” for some people is not for others. What some people might view as a lack of self-control or laziness might actually purely be their own genetics and health working against them. Everybody should stay active and take care of themselves but understand that your weight + body shape & other’s weight’s + body shapes are not always indicators of health and or effort, nor is it really your place to decide that for others. ‘ Message me or @pellofitness for more questions about energy balance and your diet! References: https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/why-people-become-overweight • • • • • • • • • • #weightloss#healthyweightloss#weights#exercise#indyfitness#carmelfitness#onlinetraining#onlinecoaching#workout#fitness#genetics
Keto and bariatric surgery. Do they go together 🤷🏻♀️• • You scroll through IG and see lots of bariatric post-ops claiming keto was the key to their success when their weight stalled and wonder if it’s right for you? 🤔• • You guys know me by now... it depends. ☺️• • The keto diet is traditionally about 70% fat. My biggest concern, as a dietitian, is that it may displace protein in your diet which you desperately need after surgery. Plus if not done correctly you could be missing vital nutrients. Especially if you’re one of those that relies on cheese, bacon and steak only. • • There’s no doubt there’s some good research that it’s helpful for weight loss. But at what price? It is very easy to fall prey to vitamin and protein deficiencies. Plus, if it’s not something you can follow long term then it’s just another crash diet that you’ll gain the weight back when you come off. • • If you want to follow keto I highly encourage you to talk to your doctor. He/she will want to monitor you labs and make sure there are no red flags. I also encourage you to include lots of non-starchy veggies like broccoli, cauliflower or spinach and don’t just rely on bacon and cheese. • • I believe a modified keto diet of about 50% of healthy fats can be more appropriate and sustainable, as long as someone tolerates fat after surgery. I also share more of my thoughts in recent blog post on BariatricMealPrep.com if you want to check it out. I will also share in my stories 😍• • What are your thoughts keto? • • #vsg#vsgcommunity#wls#bariatriceating#weightloss#wlseats#motivation#wlsfood#eathealthy#gasticsleeve#transformatiofamily#wlscommunity#bariatricfood#vsgsupport#weightlosssurgerysupport#vsginstacrew#vsglife#bariatricdietitian#dietitian#mealprep#mealprepping#bariatricmealprep#weightlosssupport#gastricsleevesupport#wls#lowcarbrecipe
After 4 years on this journey, what I’ve learned is how much I love and admire that woman on the left. Despite crippling fear of failure, and against all odds, she mustered the strength to try one more time. She fought for her life. She never gave up. She made it through heartbreaking losses in her personal life and kept on going. She got back up every time she was knocked down. She’s an absolute warrior, even though she didn’t realize it. She is why I am who I am today. I can’t look back at her with disgust or shame. I’m so proud of her! She fought for her life and won it back. 150 pounds, one pound at a time, she won her life back. ♥️ Lisa -150 pounds Size 28 to size 8 -23 inches from my waist NO SURGERY 2 years and 7 months from start to goal Lifetime member at goal since August 2018 #weightlossjourney#weightloss#weightlosstransformation#weightlosssuccess#weightlossmotivation#weightlosssupport#150poundslost#150poundsdown#unstoppable#extremeweightloss#coach
Hopefully by now you know the importance of eating enough protein. If not, just go back through my posts from the past few weeks and you will find plenty explaining why. The majority of my clients are women, and when it comes to their nutrition, the thing most of them struggle with is eating enough protein. If meeting your protein requirement is difficult for you, here’s a visual of what a meal with 30 grams of protein would look like. Why 30 grams? There isn’t anything magical about that number, but after years of experimenting both with myself and my clients, I’ve find it’s the sweet spot for helping to feel full from a meal and stay full for long enough in between meals to prevent cravings. Plus, we need at least 20 grams of protein per meal to stimulate this things call protein synthesis, which is just a fancy way of saying it helps you to build muscle and recover from your workouts. So it’s better to spread your intake over the course of the day. And if you’re eating between 3-5 times per day, shooting for 30 grams per meal also ensures you eat enough protein throughout the day. One thing to keep in mind when trying to reach your protein target is that it isn’t just animal protein that counts towards your number. There are trace amounts of protein in veggies, beans, nuts, and some starches, and those seemingly insignificant amounts can really add up. I’d say at least 20-25 grams of my daily total comes from veggies and sweet potatoes and other starchy carbs. Also, this is just an example. I’m not saying you have to eat any of these foods to hit your number, so feel free to substitute accordingly.
Today I laid in bed for 6 hours. I let my depression and anxiety get the best of me. As a male who struggles with body image issues I’ve tried and failed numerous times to lose weight. This time though, I needed to see something like this. This inspired me truly to want to be better. Life is hard, seeing the beautiful parts of you can be even harder but you have to start somewhere. Life all about just starting. You all got this. - 🖋: @asafeplaceinsideyourhead 📷: @thunkfool .
It always seems impossible until it’s done 💥 Day 75 of the #75hard Program by @andyfrisella 🔥 On paper it looks so simple, but in reality it's been one of the most difficult and challenging things that I have ever done. Let me say - it is harder than it looks. To do one day - easy. To not miss any days - incredibly hard. #75hard is all about creating mental toughness and discipline, by committing to doing 5 things every day for 75 consecutive days, no breaks whatsoever. Mental toughness is a trait I most admire in human beings and is something I’m working hard to develop in my own life. When I talk about mental toughness, I’m talking about resilience, determination, focus, courage, grit, adaptability, and an overall growth mindset to build self-belief and confidence. Over time I’ve learnt these are exactly the characteristics that will make or break success — success as a mother, a father, in your career, your health, marriage, relationships, or anything worthwhile. I went from having a negative relationship with doing hard things, to learning that the hard things are actually the BEST thing for me. There were tough times, cause if you know me, you know I love my food, so eating clean was the hardest part for me but here we are today. There are a lot of things I learnt about myself and I must say there are habits I will carry on with once this is done. It’s been a great eye opening experience. - Here is the full 75 day challenge: 1. Clean eating(ZERO cheat meals or alcohol) 2. TWO workouts a day (one MUST be outside) 3. Read 10 pages of a Self-Development/Entrepreneurship book 4. Drink one gallon of water 5. Take a progress picture #mikeygetsfit#blackgirlmagic#thursday#meforme#melanin#happygirls#zimbabwe#blackgirlsslay#melaninpoppin#melaninqueen#melaninmagic#redbonegirl#harare#africa#selflove#transformation#fitness#weightloss#fitnessmotivation#fitfam#fitnessgirl#fitspo#fitnessjourney#fitbody
Let me make myself abundantly clear. - Dolores Umbridge is a fowl, old toad with a violent undertone of flesh eating slugs following her every breath. - She also doesn’t believe calories matter. - Which brings me to my point. - Calories are not all that matter. - Of course, your protein intake matters. - Of course, your sleep quality matters. - Of course, hydration matters. - Of course, strength training matters. - Of course, food quality matters. - No one is saying otherwise. - Except, perhaps, Mundungus Fletcher. - But he’s a knobbly old fiddle faddle so you shouldn’t pay attention to what he says, anyway. - Listen. - Just because calories are not all that matter doesn’t mean calories don’t matter at all. - They do. - A lot. - Especially when it comes to your body composition (gaining/losing fat and building muscle). - You can have the “cleanest” diet with the “highest quality” foods prepared only with the “finest” ingredients...but if your calories aren’t accounted for...you won’t reach your goals. - So. - Listen. - If you think calories don’t matter, you’re wrong. - And if you think calories are all that matter...you’re also wrong. - Calories matter. And all calories count. - But they aren’t all that matter. And they aren’t the only thing that counts. - Love you. - #weightloss#weightwatchers#weightlossjourney#calorie#calories#caloriecounting#macros#macronutrients#macrocounting#fitness#fitnesscoach#healthy#healthydiet
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