One of the things I’ve learned in my various weight loss journeys is that everyone has an opinion on what foods you should (not) be eating and they conflict with one another ridiculously. I have found for me personally that I agree with something a colleague said: the only diet that works is the one you’ll stick to. To that end, I don’t actually follow a specific diet and haven’t ever really.
When I was following Weight Watchers (pre-Points Plus) I was eating what I liked, but I tried to stick to whole grains. Not necessarily because I believed they . . . → Keep Going: Food Hospital: PCOS
well, moving back. I’ve been blogging on the weight watchers site since April of this year but since my domain keeps nagging me to update the wordpress scripts, I decided to move back here.
I’m reading Angry Fat Girls
and that’s part of what wanted to get me back to blogging. I’ve said for a while I don’t like the WW interface or limited tags, so I decided to come back to wordpress. I thought for a bit on doing it anonymously but I realized my WLJ has never really been anonymous due to the username . . . → Keep Going: I’m back
WOW. That’s about what I have to say about this book.
I just finished and reviewed it over on Library Thing. It was basically the best book to read in tandem with Weight Watchers for the education it provided. Yeah, I had some basic nutrition when I was in school but nothing along these lines and it was really eye opening. No, I didn’t think McDonalds was good food and I almost never eat it, but as far as recommended levels of things daily and… So much I didn’t know. It’s definitely spurred me to read further – and no, . . . → Keep Going: Don’t Eat This Book