I had to reignite. This was a huge change for me, and it has been difficult. However, I've lost 9 pounds this month, so I'm satisfied. And it actually is beginning to get easier.
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I'd like to know that, too. Oats don't contain gluten, so eating plain oats (not instant oat cereals or multigrain bread) seems as though it would not be "evil." However, I saw oats listed as a code word for gluten. Are we supposed to avoid grains generally?
The breastfeeding expert at the hospital where I had my babies said that women who eat very differently can all breastfeed, but that reducing calories from what you normally eat would cause the body to cut production, regardless of where you start out. This is a case where calories count.
Air poppers solve the oil issue.
5 pounds here, too. I can't say I enjoy Ignite, but I see weight loss every day on my digital scale.
It seems as though we track workouts just by doing them and they're automatically counted, but what about walks and other exercise?
Perhaps tracking is optional and we choose our own favorite method?
As you can see, I'm telling the truth when I say I'm confused.
Me, too! I studied ballet in my youth and loved it. I know I couldn't keep up in a ballet class now, but ballet-based fitness would be very satisfying.
That is a great point -- I think my brain has the same feeling.