I'm turning 45 this year and not only see the changes in my body, but also starting to feel the aches and pains that come with aage. All of my clothes are fitting way too tight. It's time to turn back the hands of time and get my health and weight under control.
Didn't think about it until I swallowed it! This is a challenge at dinner time trying to prepare something that we both will eat. She was doing fine eating from my menu and asked for some baked french fries. Do I have to Reignite? Of all the cheats, I don't even like fries! Ughhh!!!
Should I not use the canned tuna as recommended by the recipe, or is there some kind of soy-free canned tuna out there that I missed? I have canned chunk light tuna in water. Or is the soy content so minimal that it's still ok to eat during the Ignite stage?
I just started the workouts last week, and Ignite yesterday. I don't want to kid myself into thinking that I will actually do these workouts daily. At least 3-4 times per week is realistic for me. Will that be an effective goal during the Ignite phase? How many times a week did you workout during the Ignite phase, and what was your resulting weightloss?
I use a Roku device and have just started the workout program. Each day after I've completed a workout. The next day, the same video is qued up as Today's Workout. How do I get the video to advance to the next video without logging into my account from a computer and selecting a new video on my own. I chose the Intelliburn program.
I went to a restaurant yesterday and ordered a salad. The restaurant didn't have olive oil, so I just took some lemon wedges, squeezed the juice on the salad, sprinkled salt and pepper. It tasted fantastic!
The estimated calories for exercise are roughly that, estimates. It takes into account your gender, age (if given), and then uses an algorithm that was derived based on the statistics of average men and women using a 'medium' intensity. Of course, these aren't specific parameters so there can and will be differences to other machines and devices that use different algorithms or methods to display the calories burned. The only 'true' accurate way to get a good read on your calories burned would be from a heart rate monitor.
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Thanks for your response!
My doctor told me that weight gain was a common side effect of depo. So it has never been an option for me. It could very well be the culprit.