Anyone else have this problem? I'm on this new diet. Day 3. I'm not really a "dieter" as I firmly believe it all boils down to calories in, calories out...depending somewhat on the kinds of calories you consume. However, I recently read this "book" called The Four Hour Body . I say "book" because, well, it is a real book, but I've been reading it on my Kindle and it reads more like several mishmashed blog posts. Still, very interesting info and of course, I had to test some of it out. It's only for 30 days and I can do anything for 30 days. And, well, I'm also curious.
One of those tests is the diet. High protein, low carb. I'm not a heavy meat eater. In fact at one point I was completely vegan. For 3.5 years. In college. Of course. I also tried going raw. Lasted three days. I've juice fasted and done the master cleanse, too.
But I have some concerns. Sort of. I'm on this diet for 30 days. So far all the anecdotal stories, …
Happy New Year. It's been 2018 for 20 minutes in Utah (where hubs and I are staying with his parents over the holidays).
2017 was a year with a lot of ups and downs in general but mostly ups for the two of us. We are about to welcome our first baby into the world in two months (!!). We found out I was pregnant after an epic 4th of July trip to Canada this year where Nick made me hike several long, treacherous hikes, including one 10-miler over a glacier and an avalanche. I was so tired! Like, unusually more tired not just because we were doing a lot of outdoorsy things we definitely do not ever do. At one point, right before we hiked straight up the mountain where an avalanche had covered the trail, I got nauseated. I thought I was just nervous. Nope! I even turned to Nick and said I thought I might be pregnant. "You're not pregnant," he assured me. A pee stick when we got home proved him wrong. Well, now here I am a little over seven months into the journey.