Results of our Carbohydrate Intolerance Testing

Dec 01

Results of our Carbohydrate Intolerance Testing

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So, we completed the Two Week Test.

It was hard to do. I can’t believe how addicted I am to carbs!! Obviously there was a problem, because Tom and I both lost about 8 pounds!

We are now slowly adding in carbs. One particluar carb at a time, two meals a day on alternate meals. So far we’ve tested chocolate chip cookies (LOL! THAT was a disaster – sugar buzz, major crash, useless for the rest of the evening…) fruit (I see I need to be careful here, too) and today I’m trying plain yogurt. We’re keeping an eye on how we feel, and what’s happening with our weight.

We also purchased a treadmill (but got a smoking deal on it!) The sidewalks are in such bad shape after our major dump a snow a couple of weeks back, that you can’t really train. You go from clear, to black ice, to iced-over snow, to deep snow – mostly you’re just trying to not fall down. We’ve decided that while there’s snow on the ground we’ll be training with a treadmill. We also need to use it for our MAF tests once a month to get a consistent reading on how we’re doing fitness wise. I’ll share more on those tests later.

So, we move on! Things are looking good!


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