Hello, peeps. Long time, no talk! I am once again late on my posting. My apologies. Let's make this quick. This is what I've been using this week:
2 fizzy tabs a day
1 pack of digestion plus (in fizzy water)
1 fit chew (if that)
2 Metabolism Boost tablets
This is the part of this little game where I tell you that my eating habits were SUPER crappy this week. We had pizza 2-3 nights. We had Stoby's for lunch. We went out for Mexican food with friends. We had frozen yogurt once. While I tried my best to make healthy choices (I had a turkey wrap at Stoby's, for example), I still ended up with a pretty poor foods list by the end of the week (I also had half of a small white cheese dip at Stoby's, for example). And let's be honest... there's no good way to eat Pizza Hut pizza. It just is what it is. I also didn't have a single shake this week. I just couldn't fit it into my schedule in the morning. I'll continue to work on that, but it won't be easy. That a.m. mad dash is just a side-effect of an hour-long commute every morning. Not conducive to shake-making...
Although this week was not a good week in terms of establishing and maintaining good habits, it is a fantastic week for Arbonne. Here's the deal... I still lost weight. For real! I ate serious amounts of pizza, cheese dip, and the like, and I Still. Lost. Weight. Was this the healthy way to do it? No. Did I see my optimum results? No. But it says a lot to me about the supplements from Arbonne that they were able to work even some of their magic amidst the absolute and total crap that I shoveled in on top of it. Go Arbonne. You make my crappy habits less crappy.
Here we go...
Beginning weight: 202.5
Week 1 Weigh-In: 196
Week 2 Weigh-In: 193
Weekly Weight Loss: 3 pounds
Total Weight Loss: 9.5 pounds - no measurements - I lost my measuring tape :(
Not bad, as far as I'm concerned. And 9.5 pounds in two weeks is nothing to snort at. Now, I realize that I probably can't and definitely shouldn't keep up the epic food shove that I managed this week. I was back to fruit for breakfast, a sandwich and fruit for lunch, and a typical, home-cooked supper today. I can do this thing. I can make a long-term change. And come Vegas at the end of April, I'm gonna be looking good.