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WOW! What a year it has been. It's just ticked over to my 1st fit-versary - a term I coined to celebrate the anniversay of the day I decided to get healthy. Here are some accomplishments I've achieved since September 2014.... - Running: I joined my school's running group this year. If you had told me last year that I'd love running I would've laughed at you!! So far I have completed 3 races!! 2x 5km runs (local run and Orroroo) and then 10km in the Gold Coast. Planning is underway for 2016 so stay tuned..... - Sports in general: This year I have tried to give everything a good go, leading to my first Grand Final ever playing AFL in Broken Hill. I've also dabbled with social basketball, gotten back on my bicycle, bushwalking and finally getting good use of my gym membership. -My buddy the band: We have a love-hate relationship at times, it certainly hasn't been easy and it really is a tool not the solution. I'm still learning to live with it, I make mistakes and get frustrated but I am committed to never going back to where I was. - Most importantly, I feel in control of my life, I'm so healthy and really am very happy! Picture below: Left:Footy Ball June 2015 @ 66.9kg Right: Basketball Ball Sept 2014 @101.8kg Other photo: stoked to have completed the 10km Gold Coast run 2015
So, I had all of my fill out today - after 11 months, my band all of a sudden got tight tight tight and I couldnt keep anything down, not even water. My doctor is going to wait a month and then start again. My question is - will it be like it was when I first got my band, with lots of small fills, slowly working up to the green zone again? Can anyone tell me please - I forgot to ask him. I was too excited by being able to drink water (its the simple things in life!!!)
Found a couple recipes online that I think are healthy, full of protein and look good enough to feel like you're cheating... full disclaimer though- haven't tried any of them yet! Cauliflower Pizza 'Dough' http://healthyrecipesblogs.com/2013/05/28/cauliflower-crust-pizza/ Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt Drops http://www.thepescetarianandthepig.com/2013/05/06/peanut-butter-frozen-yogurt-drops/ Crispy Baked Zucchini Fries (not a lot of protein but still a healthy alternative to regular fries) http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2013/05/28/crispy-healthy-baked-zucchini-fries/ Will update as I come across more recipes! Feel free to add your own
Hi! I was just wondering what people thought about cous cous as part of a meal? Like as a side to your protein? I have lovely recipes that contain lots of veggies in cous cous but am curious to what the general banding community thought about it as its both a grain and form of pasta I guess? I'm planning to ask my dietician but am curious to what you all think ???