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nesbie is fruit-hungry.

Heart.full.16 12 · 1,506 pts

I lost 1 life point because of the following things…
  • Drank 0.0 glasss of water

hi

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nesbie sent 14 pieces of fruit.

over 3 years ago

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Gustiara, in the Yellow Bracket, played Monday February, 21st for 52 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

multivitamin b+ is good for your health

over 3 years ago

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Gustiara is fruit-hungry.

Heart.full.16 10 · 837 pts

I lost 1 life point because of the following things…
  • Didn't take a multivitamin

erasing this indulgence for me please

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Gustiara sent 4 pieces of fruit.

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Gustiara sent 4 pieces of fruit with this note:

wash it first

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Gustiara sent 4 pieces of fruit.

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Gustiara sent 4 pieces of fruit.

over 3 years ago

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twyls, in the Yellow Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 26 points, following 33% of her 3 rules. She lost 2 life points for missing the following: do morning time routine daily every day, exercise for 30 minutes at least 2 days a week. Her public review of the day was…

I can’t remember whether I did my morning time that day. I also don’t know how I managed to miss checking in on the 28th, and on the 31st of Jan. What’s up with that?

over 3 years ago

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djryan, in the Orange Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 102 points, following 100% of his 4 rules. He didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. His public review of the day was…

Good end to a productive month

over 3 years ago

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MiddleClassLady is blogging her health month.

Heart.half.16 6 · 4,589 pts

New post! Food for Thought

<p> <p>I've been online all morning combing forums and asking trusted friends for advice about what to eat before a long run (the reason I am researching is to figure out what to eat before the big race, but since everyone responds to that with, "Eat what you ate during training," I am wording my question differently.) I've found some really neat tips and some cool running quote gems I wanted to share:&nbsp;</p> <p>"It's mental until you pass out; <em>then</em>&nbsp;it becomes physical."--So damn true, I try to tell myself I should quit sometimes because I'm tired or getting sore or some other bogus reason, and when I think that during the race (I doubt I will, I'm spending a lot of money on this race, I'm going to complete it come Hell or high water) I plan to whip out this quote as a defense.&nbsp;</p> <p>Most of the time, when most think of the concept of "carbo loading," it conjures images of pasta parties and heaping bowls of spaghetti. But while I was researching this morning, it hit me like a ton of bricks that my other favorite foods would be just as appropriate to accomplish the goal of glycogen stocking. When I realized that my all-time favorite food, with its versatility and unparalleled utility and FUN-...ility, would be perfect--if done right. That's right, kids:</p> <p style="padding-left: 270px;"><span style="font-size: large;">PIZZA.<span style="font-size: small;">&nbsp;</span></span></p> <p><span style="font-size: large;"><span style="font-size: small;">Herein lies a problem. I only have one long run before the race to practice eating the night before. (I'm pretty much citing "Not thinking seriously about endurance nutrition prior to T-2 weeks until the race" as my #1 foul up in training for my first half marathon. Man, that will be a really good post...start looking forward <em>now</em>, y'all!) My head is swimming with carbs. I've been listening intently to the podcasts of the <a href="http://www.twogomers.com/">Two Gomers&nbsp;</a>&nbsp;and I have had it in my head that I might try a big burrito tonight because that is what one of the Gomers loves to eat before long runs, but now I am wondering...huge baked potato with mild chili, low-fat sour cream and cheese? (Remember, now, that I have a stomach of absolute steel most all the time) Perhaps some slices of margherita pizza? I dunno.&nbsp;</span></span></p> <p><span style="font-size: large;"><span style="font-size: small;">Another problem is that I have to deal with is how I want to assess my calories today in conjunction with Health Month. My rule is to stay under my net calorie limit six days per week--but that's really hard to do without any exercise at all in a day, and I've found that it is absolutely essential for me to not do ANYTHING (no boxing, no Pilates, no walking, <em>nothing</em>) for two full days prior to a long run. SO the question I must ask myself is this: how do I want to think about this rule? Is it an absolute, entirely black and white? Is it OK to say that I followed the rule when I consider that I will be eating my dinner for my workout tomorrow, which will burn all those calories and then some? I have the rule in place for my weight loss goal, but perhaps in future months I need to bring myself down to following the rule five days per week, not six, to allow for fueling before my long runs.&nbsp;</span></span></p> <p><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="font-size: 13px;">"I run for my family. I run faster for myself. I run more for both." --I love this; we all run for ourselves, but we also should consider that we do it for our families and relationships, too. Running makes us more alert mentally, healthier physically, and calmer emotionally, and that is a beautiful gift to give a loved one: us, at our very best!</span><br /></span></p> </p> <p><a href="http://runmmt.posterous.com/food-for-thought">Permalink</a> | <a href="http://runmmt.posterous.com/food-for-thought#comment">Leave a comment&nbsp;&nbsp;&raquo;</a> </p>

over 3 years ago

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Adelheid is blogging her health month.

Heart.half.16 7 · 4,805 pts

New post! Five Powerful Habits to Establish Today

<p><a href="http://justbesplendid.tumblr.com/post/3635678905">justbesplendid</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><span> </span></p> <ol><li><strong>Eating a Healthy Breakfast. </strong>Whether your diet is healthy or not, it’s part of your habits. </li> <li><strong>Getting Some Exercise. </strong>Rather than forcing yourself to exercise, look for an opportunity to slot exercise neatly into your day. </li> <li><strong>Reading More Books</strong>. Find a way to make reading into a natural, enjoyable part of your day<strong>. </strong></li> <li><strong>Saving Money for the Future. </strong></li> <li><strong>Taking Time Out for Yourself. </strong>This is a big one which a lot of us miss out on: taking the time we need for ourselves. </li> </ol><p>(source: <span><a href="http://enlightr.com/change-blog/five-powerful-habits-to-establish-today">enlightr.com</a>)</span></p> </blockquote> <p>Seriously!  At least half of these are Health Month rules for me!  (Not linking, ‘cause it may well pull the post into HM blogs and this totally isn’t MINE.)</p>

over 3 years ago

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charityestrella, in the Green Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 247 points, following 80% of her 15 rules. She lost 2 life points for missing the following: get at least 7 hours of sleep every night, allow 7 sodas a week. Her public review of the day was…

Funnily, keeping up with all my rules didn’t leave me the time to blog that I thought it would have. Can’t wait to write the wrap-up post, though :)

over 3 years ago

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charityestrella, in the Green Bracket, played Sunday February, 27th for 274 points, following 92% of her 14 rules. She lost 1 life point for missing the following: get at least 7 hours of sleep every night. Her public review of the day was…

Apparently I need someone to slip a sleeping pill into my tea at night if I want to get my full 7 hours!

over 3 years ago

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tangentress is blogging her health month.

Heart.full.16 11 · 9,339 pts

New post! If I had any idea...

<p> <h6 class="uiStreamMessage" style="font-size: 11px; color: #000000; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 5px; margin-left: 0px; font-weight: normal; font-family: lucida grande, tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; padding: 0px;"><span class="messageBody" style="line-height: 14px; font-size: small;">I would just like to say that this morning I opened my duffel bag that has housed jeans I haven't been able to wear for 4 years. I can now wear them. BITCHES.</span></h6> <div style="font-size: 11px;"><span style="line-height: 14px; font-size: small;">How amazing is that?&nbsp;</span></div> <div><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="line-height: 14px;">Even though I haven't met my weight loss goals I am still feeling great about everything I've done thus far.</span></span></div> <p /> <div><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="line-height: 14px;">However, I am afraid I have once again set myself up for a crash and burn this month. I had way too many rules before March began, and even into Day 1 I skimmed some off. I'm still not sure if I can make it work. Part of me (the lazy part) wants to just let my behaviors and changes come naturaly. I don't want to use something like Health Month as a way to monitor and encourage my actions. I want to use it more ad a reward system for if I so happen to be a good girl and do what I need to automagically.&nbsp;</span></span></div> <p /> <div><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="line-height: 14px;">THIS IS NOT REALITY.</span></span></div> <p /> <div><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="line-height: 14px;">I am sure the though carefree lounge-like aproach to getting healthy is ideal, it is not realistic, to be honest. Maybe for some of you, but not for me. Once again when I look back on how well I did in September and October, I ruminate over why I am not doing as well as I did then. Why am I not exercising every day, tracking my meals, eating under 1500 cals. Why?????</span></span></div> <p /> <div><span style="line-height: 14px; font-size: small;">When I wake up in the morning the first thing In want to do is go back to sleep.</span><span style="font-size: x-small;"><span style="line-height: 14px;"><div class='p_embed p_image_embed'> <img alt="Funny-pictures-cat-cannot-brain-today" height="369" src="http://posterous.com/getfile/files.posterous.com/temp-2011-03-02/HGgDmnrmhvGboxcsgcrDFjzJIrpcsGHfoibmyyGEmCAurIoIuhbGleFcgtuE/funny-pictures-cat-cannot-brain-today.jpg.scaled500.jpg" width="490" /> </div> </span></span></div> <div><span style="font-size: x-small;"><span style="line-height: 14px;"><span style="font-size: small;">Every now and then I feel like doing stuff, but most of the time I am perfectly fine with just sinking in my couch and melting my brain with bad television. I don't know how to detach myself from bad habits and attach myself to good ones. It is because I am made up of two parts laziness 1<em> part awareness of the need to do things and that they take effort.</em>&nbsp;It is a sad state of affairs.&nbsp;</span></span></span></div> <p /> <div><span style="font-size: x-small;"><span style="line-height: 14px;"><span style="font-size: small;">This is my resting state, or my general place of being. On average I don't want to do much more than indulge in self stimulating activities. My recent drungs of choice are:</span></span></span></div> <p /> <div>Chocolates...Snickers in particular.</div> <div><div class='p_embed p_image_embed'> <img alt="Snickers_0" height="295" src="http://posterous.com/getfile/files.posterous.com/temp-2011-03-02/FGdcoahCjjHdsAlkIbxhHftzwqddsIBynjoqugEzdrikrDdeghpDdezHIdod/snickers_0.jpg.scaled500.jpg" width="369" /> </div> Vegging out&nbsp;</div> <div><div class='p_embed p_image_embed'> <img alt="Couch_potato_cat" height="372" src="http://posterous.com/getfile/files.posterous.com/temp-2011-03-02/boAFrdhjhsrqffiCfvcFGgFGbjFjyzicbjvamtGuthiIzlndFGpwxjxbCEDo/couch_potato_cat.jpg.scaled500.jpg" width="450" /> </div> </div> <div>I each morning I catch up on my shows over home made breakfast. However, I don't turn it off when I am done with my meal. I keep the t.v. going till I either need to do something else (like work or run errands) or run out of things to watch. It is a sad state of affairs for me when I run out of things to watch. A) because I end up watching complete and utter televised crap! or B) because I will find something else to do to avoid doing what I need to be doing...</div> <p /> <div>Which is exercising (at the last).</div> <p /> <div>This is where Health Month was useful in the beginning. I was excited and eager to do well and not fail. I turned in every day with a nice big 100%. However, that was in October.</div> <p /> <div>Fast forward...</div> <p /> <div>I have two theories about how/why I've fallen off the train to goalsville.&nbsp;</div> <p /> <div><ol> <li>Having had played Health Month for so long has caused the game to lose its meaning. Kind of as if I have absorbed the game into my daily life so much that I react to doing well in it with a big fat "meh," as I do to most routine things. The excitement has lessened and has been displaced by stress. Yes, I do stress when I realize I am not following my rules. I don't even think about "cheating" anymore. I just let myself die. And it isn't so much that I decide to break the rules as it is more that I kinda forget because I have stopped caring as much.</li> <li>Number of rules: the number of rules seems, for me, to have a negative correlation with success in following them. I.e. the more rules I have, the worse I do.I'm pretty sure this is the cause; it is not the difficulty of my rules. October, 3 rules. November, something like 9 rules. December, in the teens. January and February, in the high teens low twenties. March, I think 22 rules. Having a lot of rules can be somewhat related to the first point made above. The more rules you have the more daunting it is to try and remember them and follow them, etc. Especially when they are new rules.</li> </ol> <p>This month I have around 22 rules and 1/3 of them are new. I have lessend the difficulty of some things and challenegd myself in others. Sometimes I feel that failing on your rules can also be completely circumstantial. The great cosmos often times interferes with our plans, and we may end up breaking our rules because of it.</p> <p>Health Month, and all the players that play you, you need to know that I apreciate you and everything you have done to help me. I don't really know where this blog was headed. I am pretty sure that I am beyond tired and unwilling to take a moment to paus and collect my thoughts, and reread my ramblings.&nbsp;</p> <p>So I bid farewell to the blogosphere, and send my well wishes to all my friends and teammates on Health Month. Understand that I am a bit lost in my thoughts at the moment. I am pretty sure an early morning and a nice cup of coffee would be a better time to examine the point(s) I was trying to make.</p> <p>I think I was simply determined to make it to 750 words tonight. See, Buster, at least 750words.com and healthmonth.com are benifiting readers by providing them with 100% quality amusement from my late night rantings.</p> <p>Adeu.</p> </div> <p /> <p>&nbsp;</p> </p> <p><a href="http://tangentress.posterous.com/if-i-had-any-idea">Permalink</a> | <a href="http://tangentress.posterous.com/if-i-had-any-idea#comment">Leave a comment&nbsp;&nbsp;&raquo;</a> </p>

over 3 years ago

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tomhump23 is blogging his health month.

Heart.full.16 10 · 3,271 pts

New post! March's Health Month and General Life Rules

<p>The beginning of another Health Month already! Last month seemed to absolutely fly by! After moderate failure (in my eyes) last month, I have started this month very well and I am pleased with my progress. I have increased from 7 rules to 9 rules this month thus making things more challenging.</p> <p>My rules this month are as follows:</p> <p>1). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">List things you're grateful for one day a week</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre; font-weight: bold;"> </span>This rule worked well for me last month so I see no need to change it therefore I'll keep a <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>laissez-faire attitude towards this one.</p> <p>2). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Drink at least 23 glasses of water a week</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>Upped from last month as I found drinking 20 glasses a week fairly simple. This was what the <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>automated system at health month suggested for me to try, so I have!</p> <p>3). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Eat raw fruit every day</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>Simple yet effective and worked great last month. Something as a student that I feel is vitally <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>important due to lack of a good diet at university. I try the best I can of course but this keeps me <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>reaching for fruit instead of a packet of crisps or other junk food.</p> <p>4). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Practice guitar at least 4 days a week</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre; font-weight: bold;"> </span>Just to make sure I still make time to play :)</p> <p>5). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Do weight training at least 3 days a week</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre; font-weight: bold;"> </span>The main reason I use health month. This being to keep healthy and monitor bulking up at the <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>same time. 4 times a week was a little hard to achieve last month so I will stick to 3 times a <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>week!</p> <p>6). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Drink 2 protein shakes a day at least 4 days a week</span></strong></p> <p><strong></strong>&nbsp;<span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>This rule was my achilles heel last month and therefore I have reduced the frequency from <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>everyday to at least 4 days a week which I think I will find much more manageable.</p> <p>7). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Eat breakfast every day</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>Yes, I was one of those, I couldn't stomach breakfast early and if I could I usually would rather <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>sleep and rush than have breakfast. Recently I have become much better at having breakfast <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>and this is just that extra incentive to keep it up.</p> <p>8). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Get at least 8 hours sleep every night</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>This is important for 2 reasons. Reason 1 being that if I want to bulk up, the sports scientist in <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>me tells me that I have to have significant sleep otherwise work in the gym may actually be <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>counter productive to my gains. 8 hours sleep is a good benchmark and gives the body and the <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>mind a rest from daily activities. Reason 2 is that I can be grouchy without enough sleep and I <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>want to be able to focus during my 9am lectures.</p> <p>9). <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Volunteer at least 3 hours a week</span></strong></p> <p><span style="white-space: pre; font-weight: bold;"> </span>This isn't a biggy for me but I thought I'd add it as I have begun working at a charity shop on a <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>Friday doing volunteer work as they are always looking for help so I thought as Friday is my day <span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>off it gives me something constructive to do for people in need.</p> <p>There it is. My 9 rules for this month. Let's see how I do!&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Update soon!</p>

over 3 years ago

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tomhump23 is blogging his health month.

Heart.full.16 10 · 3,271 pts

New post! Health Month - End Of February Review

<p>The end of another month on Health Month! Much more difficult this time round than during January. Somehow, thanks to my amazing team, I finished the month with 10 life points and 3,271 points! I got a lot of help from those guys and they helped me to get through the month!</p> <p>From my summary which can be found here,</p> <p><a href="http://healthmonth.com/learn/26673">http://healthmonth.com/learn/26673</a></p> <p>It is clear that the rule I failed on (literally got an 'F' like back in School!) was having 2 protein shakes a day every day. Every other rule was 'B' and above! Therefore, I think I will make a few changes to my rules for March's game.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

over 3 years ago

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courtneyp, in the Green Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 233 points, following 83% of her 12 rules. She lost 2 life points for missing the following: allow white rice 1 day a week, go to the gym at least 3 days a week. Her public review of the day was…

Finished off the month losing a couple of life points, but overall feeling pretty good about February.

over 3 years ago

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rickwebb, in the Purple Bracket, played Tuesday March, 1st for 322 points, following 94% of his 18 rules. He lost 1 life point for missing the following: allow 7 sodas a week. His public review of the day was…

A new low weight today, v. exciting. But you know what i don’t like? When you order your thai food and order the entree size with no rice and they send the lunch special and it’s small and half white rice. SAD WHITE WHINE.

over 3 years ago

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rickwebb, in the Purple Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 368 points, following 100% of his 17 rules. He didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. His public review of the day was…

Last day of the month! Success! On to the next month! Yay!

over 3 years ago

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faethverity, in the Yellow Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 41 points, following 50% of their 4 rules. They lost 2 life points for missing the following: practice my ukulele at least 3 days a week, floss at least 3 days a week. Their public review of the day was…

Well, I knew my February game would suck. Here’s to a great March!

over 3 years ago

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JaneJaneJane, in the Orange Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 129 points, following 83% of their 6 rules. They didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Their public review of the day was…

The system is somehow out of whack for me. I wonder if it is a time zone thing. Anyway, I seem to be a day behind the Health Month site.

over 3 years ago

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kristyrennt, in the Orange Bracket, played Sunday February, 27th for 108 points, following 85% of her 7 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Luckily, I did a lot of stuff earlier in the week.

over 3 years ago

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kendappa needs fruit, barely.

Heart.half.16 4 · 1,014 pts

;_; I onlye need one puppy eyes

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kendappa sent 16 pieces of fruit.

Fruit-2.50 Fruit-15.50 Heal her with 2 fruit


over 3 years ago

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Allison_Joy, in the Orange Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 34 points, following 40% of her 5 rules. She lost 3 life points for missing the following: enter the faithwriter's challenge each week... at least 3 days a week, go to bed before 11:30pm at least 5 days a week, exercise for 20 minutes at least 1 day a week. Her public review of the day was…

Bleh. Horrible week for me. I only followed one of my rules for yesterday.

over 3 years ago

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curtimi, in the Orange Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 115 points, following 100% of her 7 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

OK, so if it weren’t for some track crowding teenagers yesterday I think I might have managed 1.5 miles in under 15 min as it was I clocked 15:02. So I gotta say, this HealthMonth thing might be a pretty good motivator. It did wonders for making me actually think about the rules I set and whether I wanted to skip one on a particular day or save it for a later day. I’m also extremely pleased to report that I was down 4 lbs for the month. Woot! Anyway, I admit my rules for March are prehaps a little more lax, but I am going on vacation and it’s my birth month, so I didn’t want to box myself in with too many rules. Here’s to the next cycle!

over 3 years ago

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jennkitty, in the Purple Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 220 points, following 57% of her 21 rules. She lost 9 life points for missing the following: floss at least 3 days a week, go to the gym at least 4 days a week, allow processed food 1 day a week, allow gluten 1 day a week, allow fried food 1 day a week, cook dinner 5 days a week, no soda or energy drinks, exercise for 30 minutes at least 5 days a week, allow white flour 1 day a week. Her public review of the day was…

Thank goodness this month is over.

over 3 years ago

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MiddleClassLady is blogging her health month.

Heart.half.16 6 · 4,589 pts

New post! Did you know low-fat chocolate milk has proven to be a superior post-run choice to sports drink?

<p> <p><div class='p_embed p_image_embed'> <a href="http://posterous.com/getfile/files.posterous.com/runmmt/bArbCsxxGpmdkbikpxqDsbvgrtDbmIezFDvtIotgtyouGumJmDljnwjholEl/media_httpdistillerys_zHapC.jpg.scaled1000.jpg"><img alt="Media_httpdistillerys_zhapc" height="500" src="http://posterous.com/getfile/files.posterous.com/runmmt/bArbCsxxGpmdkbikpxqDsbvgrtDbmIezFDvtIotgtyouGumJmDljnwjholEl/media_httpdistillerys_zHapC.jpg.scaled500.jpg" width="500" /></a> </div> </p> <p>No, seriously, put down the Gatorade. Multiple studies have shown that chocolate milk is more effective at restoring glycogen stores in muscles, thus making for a smoother, more efficient recovery. This is actually old news: <a href="http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/02/24/health/webmd/main1342839.shtml">CBS reported on it</a> back in 2006.&nbsp;</p> <p>The advantages of chocolate milk over sports drink? Chocolate milk contains protein, but more importantly, it has the ideal carbohydrate-to-protein ratio for refueling. It's got vitamin D (hey you Health Month-ers with Vitamin D rules--if you run, kill two birds with one delicious, chocolatey stone!) bone-strengthening calcium, mood-boosting B12...what are you waiting for? It's far less expensive than sports drink and feels like you're really rewarding yourself.&nbsp;</p> <p>To be clear: YooHoo AIN'T CHOCOLATE MILK. And if you want to be calorie conscious, stick to 1%--not whole, not 2%, and equally important, <em>not</em>&nbsp;skim. (Promise.) Grab some Ovaltine or delicious Hershey's syrup and mix up one serving. You'll be glad you did.&nbsp;</p> </p> <p><a href="http://runmmt.posterous.com/did-you-know-low-fat-chocolate-milk-has-prove">Permalink</a> | <a href="http://runmmt.posterous.com/did-you-know-low-fat-chocolate-milk-has-prove#comment">Leave a comment&nbsp;&nbsp;&raquo;</a> </p>

over 3 years ago

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yeah_sapphire, in the Yellow Bracket, played Monday February, 28th for 61 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Exercised and cleaned house, and had cramps. Good job.

over 3 years ago

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lintea, in the Yellow Bracket, played Sunday February, 27th for 54 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

I so enjoyed doing this in February.

over 3 years ago

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