Çay ♥️ Ben
Sosyal medyada kahveseverlerin çoğunlukta olduğunu tahmin ediyorum.☕ Hashtagler full #coffee li malum 😀 ben de kahve severim ama her zaman ve her çeşidini değil. Hani o "sabah kahve içmeden kendime gelemiyorum 🤤" var ya ; heh işte o bende "çaydanlığa direkt pipet mi salsam?🤔" şeklinde işliyor 😣 çik siviyirim kindisini🤗 ama aramıza bir mesafe koymam gerektiğini @coskumutludiyetisyen sayesinde bir kez daha fark ettim : yıllardır yaşadığım kansızlık problemimin ve günde 5lt su içmeme ve hep susuz hissetmeme rağmen her analizde çıkan düşük vücut su seviyesinin yanlış ve fazla çay tüketimiminden kaynaklandığını ögrendim. 👉Çayı nasıl içiyorum peki? Kahvaltıdan önce başlayan kupa kupa çay içme rutinim bir #beyazyaka olduğum için masamdan ya da elimden o kupanın hep dolu hali ile eksilmediği, eve gidince de yemek sonrası devam ettiği bir keyif, bir bağımlılık benim için. 😑 Ama ögrendiğim gerçekten sonra günde max.5 çay bardağı ve yemeklerden sonra olmayan bir tüketim ile sınırlamam istendi. ( 5çb bile çok aslında ama ben bağımlı!! olduğum için bünyeyi alıştırmaya çalışıyoruz) 📣📣Şimdi #çayseverler e sesleniyorum ; 🎤sizler de benim gibi hatalı içiyorsanız ve yarattığı zarari bilmiyorsanız daha az ve yemekten hemen sonra olmayacak şekilde tüketmeye çalışın arkadaşlar.
Belki de tek karadenizli benimdir?Bilemedim 🤔😃
So I get asked a lot, how'd I do it, #whatsmysecret . Losing 90 pounds in 10 months seems like such a task. Consistency is key. But these are the tools used for my success. I started with simple calorie tracking, logging everything I ate and eating better...cutting out soda, eating more veggies etc. Then I upped my water, striving for a gallon a day, always getting at least 3/4 down. I work out at home, in my living room, with #walkathome videos. But without my energy source that can be very hard. I started using Zena nutrition Shake a couple months ago, for breakfast or lunch. I get it at Costco. Workouts are a struggle on the days i don't drink it. It's a great energy source, but in the beginning Super Greens gave me all the energy I needed to get moving. Find the tools that work for you, and keep at it. Never give up. That's the secret. #nevergiveup#walkawaythepounds#drinkyourwater#loseitapp#howilostweight#consistencyiskey
I’m so proud of you for sticking to this, your journey ha just begun and I’m here to support you along the way! You and anyone who reads this can DO ANYTHING YOU WANT!
The key is: #JustStart and be consistent. 💋💪🏻
Leave a comment below tagging and inspiring someone you know to JUST START and stay healthy!
My February Challenge is coming soon and is going to be so different & awesome!
Feeling myself today lol my sister asked me what I have been doing to lose weight and if I was just eating “healthy” or what. Truly I haven’t been eating healthy, just watching my portions and using #loseitapp to track my daily calories. Her response “oh that’s a lot of work” YES it is a lot of work there is no easy cure all pill, shake, plan it takes hard work and truly something in your mind has to just decide it’s time. #weightlossjourney#howilostweight#goaliesquad#fatgirlfedupsdietbet#workingforit
I’m really enjoying making up my own recipes mixing and matching foods whilst catering to my specific diet.😋
My diet is an alternative dairy & gluten free, low fodmap, low carb, low salt, sugar and additives, clean eating diet ...
whew!! ... yes, I know.. 🙄
It has changed me but also the way I look at food. 🙌 It has opened up my imagination more to the possibilities & combinations of foods & flavours.
I’m viewing food from a very nourishing, nurturing perspective where it’s quality over quantity...where food is a precious but enjoyable fuel, rather than a never ending indulgence.
I recently made this cubed salmon salad with a hint of Mexican! It’s quick and easy. 👍😀
Here’s a rough recipe.
Coat the salmon in:
Mexican chilli powder
tomato paste ...
Not too much of these so it doesn’t overpower the taste of the salmon.
Dry fry for approx 4-5 mins on a non stick pan on high to medium heat.
When lightly cooked spread over a base salad of your choice.
I used lettuce, spinach, rocket, tomato, cucumber, red & green capsicum.
Then dress with a yummy lemon or lime based dressing.
This was mine:
apple cider vinegar
rice bran oil...
approx ratio 4:4:1
This salad is quick to cook on a hot day, very refreshing and tasty to eat.. it’s also nice to have a more unusual flavour to a typical salmon recipe.
Just an extra note of interest about this recipe ...
I dry fried this salmon even with the coating, as salmon has a high oil content. This will become activated on heating.
I use very little oil in cooking now as I’m keeping my fat consumption very low due to what seems to be a genetic predisposition to high cholesterol. 🙄 This is a reason I buy the cubed salmon as it doesn’t have the extra fatty fin & tail areas.
Christmas leftovers are still going strong here in our household...
What about you? 😃
This ham which my sister made (not me ha ha!) is absolutely delicious, glazed with honey, orange and cloves, then baked slowly... it turns out rich, picquantly flavoured and tender. I’m amazed I only found out about it about 3 years ago!🤷♀️
Anyway, being on an alternative diet, I am stoked to still be able to have ham and mustard sandwiches.. even if it is once per year! I have loved them from childhood and it was something I had difficulty giving up when I started a healthier diet to treat my thyroid disease, migraines, high cholesterol and ibs...
I had to go dairy and gluten free so this meal is not strictly off limits. (The mustard has none, this ham too and the bread is GF grain bread.)
However, on my naturopath’s advice to really feel well, I had to give up all cured meats due to their added preservatives — usually artificial and based around sulphur compounds .. but also due to their high salt, sugar and fat levels.
Mustards can also have unhealthy additives.
So I never buy ham anymore but figure once a year it’s ok! 😃👍 I look forward to it on Christmas Day and ESP to the ham and mustard sandwiches in the days following! 😋
Anyone else love this combo? They’re a match made for each other I think!👌
#tbt to the @propertelevision Christmas party 6 years ago. Man, I loved that dress- I sort of wish I still had it. And the bob...I do miss not having knots in my hair all the damn time. #tocutornottocut
I worked really hard over the past 6 years to change and then maintain my new lifestyle. One step at a time.
Losing weight was tough, but planning ahead helped me stay on track. One of the things I did was, before I went to a restaurant I looked up the menu and decided on a healthy option. When I arrived I didn’t look at the menu, because I knew I would change my mind and order the deep fried chicken.
Since I’ve been working to maintain my weight for the past 4.5 years—I don’t need to do that anymore because I now know my body. I tend to make healthier choices, but also, once in a while I just want the fried chicken and the fried chicken is what I’ll get (same goes for when I was losing weight). It’s all about the balance baby 80/20 weight loss 70/30 ish to maintain is what works for me. If I wanted to see abs, life would be different- for now, that’s not my goal #healthyintoronto
Feeling free of body, flexible and awesome after a Sunday workout at home with my hubby! 🙌💪😍
Nothing beats this euphoric feeling you get after a hard workout!!
Not often we exercise on Sundays but today the beautiful, cool summer morning was calling us to do something energising to start our day..🌤🌳🦆🐞
This workout I made up and did yesterday before work as well, as it only takes 45 mins and covers all aspects of your body...
We did it outside and on the front verandah but you can do this anywhere including of course the gym!
If you do want to try it do it as fast as you can but PLEASE modify for yourself as necessary! You know you best! I’m not a professional but just looove exercising, pushing myself, seeing what my body can do and the feeling afterwards!!
Aerobic work: 🏃♀️🏃♂️
•Stair runs x 10 ea way (we have 12 stairs)
•Jumps x 100
•Hops x 50 on ea foot..
got our heart rate up enough to then do some body weight and dumbbell exercising.
Body weight work: 🤸♀️🤸♂️
Everything x 20 x 3 sets:
•Wide arm pushups
•Narrow arm pushups (only 10 tho —ugh I’m out of practice on these)
•Standing side leg raises with straight leg
•Standing front leg raises with bent knee
.. on each leg
Dumbbell weight workouts: 🏋️♂️🏋️♀️
2.5 kg dumbbell work:
•Straight arm lat raises
Finally core work and stretching...
•20 Russian twists
•20 reverse crunches
•20 back arches lying on front. (Don’t know correct term sorry)
•Quad, calf and hamstring
•Chest and lats •Shoulders
•Triceps and biceps
If you read this far down..have an awesome Sunday folks!!! 😘🤗
Here is me two years apart!
#Oneplus1 vs #GalaxyS8
Left picture was taken about 2 years and a half ago. I didn't have any plans with my workouts and didn't track anything. Going to the gym was a huge thing for me. Actually I had a lot of those days where didn't wanted to go the gym. When I went one day to the gym I was thinking I am done for couple of days because I had a membership. The right picture is from 3 weeks ago where I started with my bulk again. -
BTW, I upgraded my classic solo 1 monsters wireless headphones (first generation solo hd headphones) with beats solo 3. Actually the first were much durable.
Some key strategies:
🔺 Lifting heavy focusing on compound movement.
🔺 Focusing on healthy food and drink a lot water. Also drinking enough fluids before, during, and after exercise will keep you from becoming dehydrated which also result to make you bloated.
🔺 Good protein sources: eggs, skinless chicken breast, lean ground turkey, steak, fish, canned tuna, lean ground beef, cottage cheese
🔺 Eat a lot of vegetables to help you feel full since they have very little calories.
🔺 Good sources of carbs: oatmeal, fruit, vegetables, sweet potatoes/yams, white rice, brown rice,
whole wheat bread
🔺 Carbohydrates are the main fuel that your body burns during exercise. Try to avoid the following carbs: cereal, candy, chips, ice cream, soda, sugar juice
🔺 Avoid anything that's fried and remove tempting foods out of your home and your work.
🔺 Olive oil, fish oil, almonds, natural peanut butter
🔺 Save 50% of your daily calories as a big meal for the dinner so you don’t end up eating extra calories or having a midnight snack because your felt hungry. That worked really well for me.
Follow 👉@faridphysique👈 (me) for motivation 👉@faridphysique👈