THIS JUST BLEW ME AWAY
Sarah Silverman is one of my favorite people and this is a reason why.
I am a therapist, and have greatly benefited on several occasions in my life from having the support of my own therapist. Amazing life changes can be achieved through the work done in therapy and I truly believe that EVERYONE can (and should) benefit from it!
I’m lactose intolerant too so I feel your pain. To be honest, taking out dairy is your best bet. I know. I know. Easier said than done. All that cheese. But if you want to feel better, then take it out. I don’t know how severe yours is. I know mine actually makes me ill at times. So every so often I have a craving and will bear the symptoms just because I want a piece of chocolate, but for the most part it stays out in order to keeps feeling well.
There are pills you can take that decrease your symptoms, but they never worked for me or my ex who was also lactose intolerant. You can try those but I’ve never met anyone they’ve worked on.
Good luck love!!
I can now phone the doctor!!
Depends on your goal. If yours is the statistically most common goal (lose fat gain muscle) you should do cardio 5-6 days a week and weight training 2-3 days a week doing total body each day with one day of rest in between each strength day.
Safe and healthy is .5-2lbs a week so in seven weeks a healthy weight loss could be anywhere between 3-14. Thanks love you’re so sweet :)
- Healthy prepackaged meals or meal preparation yourself (latter is the better).
- Getting fruits and veggies that don’t need to be refrigerated.
- If you do have a mini fridge, get the essential veggies (spinach, leafy greens, other stuff that must be refrigerated).
- If you go out, decide what you want before you go so you wont spend time looking over the menu and getting even hungrier and eventually getting something unhealthy because the picture looked good.
- Snacks. Keeps snacks in your bag for those times you get the munchies. Maybe carrots and hummus. Or celery and peanut butter. Or an apple. Etc.
- Don’t go out for lunch everyday with your friends. This will (or might already be) a usual for you. Most college student have a tendency to go out every day for lunch because they’re already out on campus and it’s easier. Bring meals and find something else to do with friends. Bowling. Running. Game night. Etc.
- Use food and fuel, not coffee. Eat something, don’t drink your energy. Drinking coffee or energy drinks adds a lot of sugar (unless you drink coffee black) but people who drink coffee or and energy drink for breakfast tend to not eat breakfast (or dinner eh college students?) and crash soon afterwards. You’re also lacking in nutrients when you opt out of breakfast or any other meal. Eat your energy
- Assuming you’re 21, be the DD. Alcohol has a lot of hidden calories and sugars. Be safe and healthy. Don’t drink…… often.
- Get yourself into a routine. It’s harder to grab something unhealthy on the run when you know exactly where you’re going to be at all times, what you’re going to eat today and when you’re going to eat it. Plus it helps you with being organized with your life and in turn helps with grades and sanity…. trust me hahah
Weight should be like virginity.
Once you lose it you can’t get it back.
Ohhhh. I thought you were gonna say “Weight should be like virginity: a societal ideal by which we shouldn’t measure our personal worth.”
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