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Monday, November 23, 2009

It's so easy to get off track. I did that and lost a little ground instead of a little weight. But I'm back to it and it feels great! Working out 3 or 4 times a week makes a big difference. I've been eating healthy most of the time but I'm tracking it again now for a while to be sure.

I did go back to being 100% vegan. I had gone from vegan to vegetarian to pescetarian (eating seafood) for a while. I LOVE seafood and it's the only thing I miss at all. But it's still not right for me to eat it and even though there are aspects of it that are healthy, there are plenty of other healthy choices. Farm raised seafood gets treated as poorly as any other farm raised animals. I just don't need to do that to my body.

Overall it's been an easy switch and I know I'll be glad that I did it.
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    I think I got de-railed (again) about the time you came back, but we're both still here, and that's most important--keep it up, keep in touch, and keep the faith. I'm learning to respect the process, knowing the goal(s) will change--we can do this!
    4205 days ago
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    Congratulations on your new start! Hope you had a good holiday :)
    4263 days ago
    Yea! for vegans. I have been began for only a short time (6 months)but I don't miss the animal products at all. Good luck on remaining vegan this time around. I love seafood too but I was out last week, everyone around me was eating seafood and I wasn't tempted at all. The hard thing about being vegan is not being tempted by all of the unhealthy vegan food. I am very strict with my diet and so far it has been very successful.
    4270 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/23/2009 8:53:09 PM
    Wow what a switch! My daughter is a vegetarian and so is our house guest.

    I had to check out your page, do you have a ferret or two?

    Check out my page!
    4270 days ago
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