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  • "Weight Loss" is the fifth season premiere of the American comedy television series The Office, and the show's seventy-third (and seventy-fourth) episode overall.

  • Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue.

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“You’ve lost a lot of weight”, she said. My coworker… she mothers me. It’s just her nature. “Don’t overshoot your goal, if you know what I mean.”

Funny thing is, I didn’t (know what she meant). When I started training for Hood to Coast this year, it was an extension of my recent interest in being and staying fit. And by recent, I mean since I’ve had my first child. My mama friends somehow convinced me to start doing this running thing, even though I was the most un-athletic person I ever knew! So that started the downhill slide. It’s been 5 years and I haven’t looked back!

Before I could be convinced to join my friends in this running madness, I had to decide WHY I was doing it. I mean really, not even being chased, why would I bother??? But what it really boiled down to was family. I love my mom and dad, but they do not bequeath me with the most ideal of family medical histories. Thankfully they are the luckier ones, what with modern medicine and proactive care. But they did not really give fitness a lot of thought, and when I was in school I was able to get away with using Marching band as a PE. And I love my boys. I want them to see a mama who is confident, healthy, mindful of her fitness and health, and in a GOOD MOOD! Yes, mood has a lot to do with it too, but I didn’t find that out until later. Regular doses of (natural!!!) endorphins are a GOOD THING, I assure you :-)

So yeah, back to the goal. The weight was NOT my goal. I had to chuckle the few times I saw Hood to Coast vans that read “Hood to Coast worked for me!” sort of taking a jab at easy weight loss ads. But the fact is, there is no easy about it. It’s hard. Every run or bike ride that I do is difficult. It would be much easier to not start at all, but I do. And I’m always grateful that I have.

This year I’m hoping to not fall into the “fall fallacy”. I don’t want to let this level of fitness go and I want to grow in my athleticism. I will run in the rain. I will try to only take Fridays and Sundays off of my training. This is the promise I make to myself. And don’t worry… I will EAT, too!!!! Because not only do I love my endorphins but I love FOOD!

PS -- and that, my friends, is why I haven't been on flickr as much! I hope if you can be, you will be inspired. My hope is that every person who sees me running or biking, or challenging myself will wonder how they might challenge themselves in a similar manner. That's my hope...

Fruit Salad. {Yummy, Yummy!}

Fruit Salad. {Yummy, Yummy!}

This was my breakfast today. Strawberries, Blueberries, Kiwi, Bananas and some vanilla Almond milk.
Yesterday, I started eating only raw foods. I've been having some medical issues and after some research and talking with my Doc, I've decided to give this a go for 30 days. If it helps, I'll have to pretty much stick with it for the remainder of my life. I can add some foods back in to see if they trigger anything and can eat some "comfort" foods once a week.
This will be a huge change for me. Although I eat healthy, I don't eat this healthy! And my husband is an amazing cook-it's going to be hard to not eat his meals and yummy baked goods. I am, however, looking forward to the weight loss. I could stand to lose about 30 pounds and I'm guessing this will help.

What is a raw foods diet?
Eating foods in their natural state, all the fruits, veggies, nuts and seeds you want.
No dairy, wheat, corn or other allergens.
No oils, I can add extra virgin olive oil to a salad or to steamed veggies after I steam them.
Rice is OK if I feel like I need something cooked, but not too much.
Almond milk and rice milk aren't allowed either, so that will just be a once in a while thing. I'm such a rebel!
It is also suggested that all the produce be organic. Yeah. We totally can't afford that, so I'll be a rebel there, too.

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