unfortunatly between and being a full time student i hardly even have enough time to wipe my a$$
you can sneak in exercise throughout the day. for example riding a bike wherever you are going, all the time.
Do push-up, Squats, Jumping Jacks whatever bodyweight exercise during (toilet) breaks, you might end up with tons of squats etc. during the day :)
I am feeling the same way. Exercising does help. I notice I have more energy when I do exercise, however I have had way less energy since I started eating cooked starches. For about a month I was 100% raw and had so much more energy than I do now that I have added cooked starches back in. Maybe I am doing something wrong or maybe cooked starches do not work for everyone. I am going to try 100% raw again and then maybe only add cooked starches now and then.
sweet potatoes are the best cooked food hands down
yeah me to unless im 100 percent raw i feel alittle sluggish .an i found if i eat lot fruit brekkie n lunch an have salad at dinner my energy is higher even .so i quit havin salad at lunch. 2 months my energy was still tryin to kick in im sure it took me 4 or 5months to feel big difference in energy
For me, I felt I had more energy within like 2-3 weeks. Are you getting good quality sleep? Maybe it's the stress too from working and being a full-time student.
wow ... two words... music + exercise
hah and maybe :free time: by the sounds of your situation:D hehe
honestly to me when i read this it sounds like theres something else going wrong!
she could be allergic to something... u dont drink soymilk do u? or eat wheat products?
eating chocolate or something else that contains soy? why do u think so many of us eat like this now! they put all kinds of wack GMO ingredients in everything that has an ingredients list!
i would suggest doing the mono island for a week .. eat only bananas + dates for a whole week for the purpose of seeing what u feel like with no other influence and then slowly add foods in one at a time keeping track of how u feel..