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Every 19th I have put myself in the habit of taking progress pictures. Here is January (top) in comparison to February (bottom). It's been a hard month, and I think I've learned that I also need to wear the same type of clothing when i take these pics. This months outfit is much more fitted than the last. #weightlossjourney#weight#progresspic#gym#weightin#getfit
Okay so I promised to tell you guys more things about my crush.
1. He's 186cm tall and I'm like 162-163cm which is... Like a little bug next to him.
2. He's pretty thin but fit, he works out. He's still not buff but exactly how I like it - muscles but not too much of them.
3. His voice is really deep and I love it.
4. He barely get's angry but once I saw him being fucking pissed and that was so hot like omg, he wasn't yelling or anything, he just seemed to be even more taller, his whole aura seemed so intimidating and his face was so dark and his facial expression was really hard and cold but in his eyes you could see his raging anger and BITCH MY WIG WAS GONE
5. He doesn't really smile, he only smirks and when he does smile you can hear the angels sing
6. He once went to South Korea, that lucky bitch
7. He's not a bad dancer
8. He does athletics
9. He's blond and has green-blue eyes so he's actually the opposite of my ideal type even though he's tall
10. It's hard to talk to him, he has a hard outside but a soft inside
Yeaaah now you know him a better I guess
I made pizza with zucchini, red peppers and onion for dinner and it was delicious! It may not be the healthiest dinner but I feet like celebrating that I went out for a power walk today even though I felt like staying in bed all day (and I even ended up enjoying the walk)🌟
I also decided to prep some meals to eat for lunch at work (just to make sure I don't eat anything I'm trying to stay away from), and I ended up making some vegan "meat" with cherry tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower and quinoa, yum! 😌
🦄 Weigh In 🦄
Starting Weight: 230lbs
Today’s Weight: 216.2lbs
Pounds Lost: 13.8lbs
Total Lost: 13.8lbs
Goal Weight: 160lbs
Pounds Till Goal: 56.2
Weigh in’s will be every Monday! What is your weight loss goal?
Most of us know cinnamon is a healthy, healing, spice. 😍
But, if you use cinnamon daily (which I highly recommend) or take it in supplement form, you should know that all cinnamon is not created equally. 😮
Most of the cinnamon you buy in stores is Cassia. That's likely the type of cinnamon you have in your cabinets right now. 🙄
And while it does all the things we know and love cinnamon for, it comes with a compound that can be harmful in large doses (e.g. sometimes just 1-2 teaspoons per day can put someone over the threshold). 😱
That compound, Coumarin, is known to cause kidney, liver and lung damage in rodents. There have ALSO been isolated incidents of similar effects in humans (1, 2).
Cassia contains approximately 1% coumarin so if you use it regularly or take it as a supplement, you should be aware of this potential downside.🤓
The other type of cinnamon, Ceylon, has all of the same health benefits but contains almost undetectable amounts of courmain (approximately 0.004%, 250 times less than cassia). 👏🏾
Bottom line: use cinnamon but to be safe, purchase Ceylon. I purchase the Frontier Co-Op Organic brand of Ceylon in bulk. For about $10-$15, I can have higher quality, Ceylon cinnamon for a long time. 🙌🏾
Here are some fun ways I use Ceylon cinnamon:
- coffee ☕️ - hot 🍫
- oatmeal 😋
- smoothies - baked goods (brownies, cakes, etc)🍰
- homemade granola
- baked 🍠 - mediterranean dishes - energy/protein balls
- gluten free 🥞 - sweet & tangy pulled pork 🐽
- apples and pork chop dishes🐷
- mole sauce😋
- lamb stew
- tandoori chicken🐔
- chili :
#FunctionalNutritionCoach#CustomizedNutrition#RootCauseSolutions#CompleteHolisticWellness#ShiftingBeliefs#BloodSugarBalance (1) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20024932