Posts Tagged ‘weight’

MyDietAnalysis online program: review

I am currently enrolled in Introductory Nutrition at a community college and I love it. I’m only in week two and have learned a good amount so far. One thing that stands out that I want to share and promote (not because I benefit from it but because I think it’s so helpful that everyone should try) is an online software program where you track what you eat (it’s totally customize-able) and what your extra activity is (besides the basic walking, standing, moving, etc.); you make a profile and answer some questions about your body and how sedentary or active your lifestyle is in general; and it will then compute EVERYTHING for you — Continue reading

My Current Weight-Management Strategies

After reading the book PH Miracle and following its guidelines I lost weight without meaning to. My original intent was to get healthier and stop putting crap into my body. I learned about the acid-alkaline balance, and it proved every bit true because I saw the results myself. I got down to an amazing size 4, which I haven’t been since like 7th or 8th grade. BUT… I gradually slipped out of the PH guidelines and re-added too many carbs to my diet. Bad idea. It wasn’t a lot of weight gain all at once, it was gradual. But it was enough that all of the sudden none of my 4’s fit any longer. So sad. I had to bring out the old 6’s. So now I am trying to get back into high-alkaline foods and reducing acid-forming foods. Continue reading