Metabolism is what helps burn fat!
Includes option for vegetarians!
Awe thank you so much love!!!
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reminder a lot of people have this show up on their dash and it does remind them to eat after genuinely forgetting to so thank you for this
i’ve literally been getting people messaging me daily about this BS since i made that post about fasting being unhealthy.
here are the actual irrefutable scientifically proven facts on the matter.
if you want natural ways to lose weight that are HEALTHY, or natural ways to cleanse that are HEALTHY, feel free to message me and i will help you without letting you starve
please for lucifer’s sake stop stop stop condoning starvation. it’s dangerous and it’s deadly and i am so sick of impressionable young people being taught that this is acceptable in any way. starvation is not the answer to anything
what do u mean always reblog i posted this 5 minutes ago
THIS THIS THIS. I have caused myself permanent damage. After three years I said to my doctor ‘well, by now my metabolism should have gone back to normal, right?’ hahahHAHA….. No, it didn’t. “It never will”, she replied. Losing weight for those in recovery is hard but it is still possible, by working out and building muscle (that burn the calories your slowed down metabolism won’t burn).
Just don’t ever starve yourself, don’t skip meals.
Your body constantly burns calories, even when you’re doing nothing. This resting metabolic rate is much higher in people with more muscle. Every pound of muscle uses about 6 calories a day just to sustain itself, while each pound of fat burns only 2 calories daily. "
Awe thank you love!! That made my day! <3
You definitely want to lay off of it for a while. If you push your toe, you won’t heal all the way or correctly and you want to be able to safely go all out in the future yes?
Upper body and core are easy to target without putting pressure on your toe. You can do all upper body sitting down - bis, tris, shoulders, chest if you lay down, back with cables. You will burn less calories as you would standing up, but it’s better to protect that foot for now. Core can be done laying down - sit ups, side to sides, bicycles, let lifts, everything but prone exercises like planks (unless you want t go to your knees).
As for legs - I had a client that had surgery on her big toe and was out for a while, but she still wanted to do everything we used to, so we did a lot of balance and one legged stuff. This is completely up to you as you will be a little uneven since you have to keep pressure off your affected toe. Lower body exercises that are completely toe free are very limited. You can get your hamstrings by laying down, putting your feet on a stability ball and pulling the ball toward your butt with your feet flexed still on top of the ball. Bridges work your quads and butt - lay down with your heels digging into the ground and toes up and bring your hips toward the ceiling or sky. Hips - lay on your side and lift legs up and down.
Good luck love and I’m sorry about your toe <3