The last 2 days I have had 2 gallbladder attacks.
I don’t think it’s because of what I’ve eaten, because I have tried to be “good”.
I think it’s mainly stress over the cigarette smoke and the way it has affected my body.
But just to make sure, and to give myself a clean start again -
Nothing but liquids for 4 days, beginning today.
- allowing for my coffee, of course ;)
- water, water, water!!!
- 2 glasses of milk per day
- I do have some protein shakes if I feel like I am getting shaky from not eating
- I can’t have any of the artificial sweeteners, so it will either be unsweet tea, or nothing.
I know a lot of people like unsweet tea. But not this Southern girl, lol. I like my sweet tea!!!
So, water it shall be ;) lol
Just need to get my gut empty and reset.
As well as not put any more stress on my body than what it’s under with fighting the 2nd hand smoke.
Then, come Monday, I will re-introduce foods slowly.
- will begin with soft foods, and less than 1/2 of what I have been eating at a time.
I’ve done a lot of research into the plan/program in preparation for weight loss surgery -
- I am not going to have weight loss surgery. But why not follow the plan?
So, here I go. ☺
I will be sharing my research in the next couple of blog posts.
And keep in mind, this is not for everyone - but it is for ME!!!
Anyone who wants to lose weight and get in better shape MUST find what works for them!!!
- be it a diet plan or program
- a strict exercise program
- weight loss surgery
- diet pills, under a doctor’s supervision
What works for YOU? ? ?
I cannot guarantee that this will work for me, but I have to at least give it a shot, and time to see if it works.
I am almost 60 years old.
Tired, too tired, of yo-yo’ing.
So this is it for me.
I really don’t want to be FAT the rest of my life.
So, with grit and determination, I’m choosing this OR.
Adding much prayer and stubbornness into it. LOL
Please, tell me what has worked for you - or what is working for you now.
Let’s join forces and DO THIS THING!!!
Momma, you're not fat. You're fluffy!
These were the words of my precious little girl one day many years ago. The innocence of a child. The words both stung my eyes, and warmed my heart.