My toddlers managed to play with my phone and delete my post, luckily I saved it....
Im starting to worry there is something seriously wrong with me.
I am 4'10" (I have skeletal dysplasia (dwarfism) and was given growth hormones as a child)
I am 120lbs over weight according to my nutritionist (who is a Raw till 4'er herself)
I am 140lbs over weight according to my general practitioner
---you all know who I belive in more so than the other
It has been over 2 months since I fully switched to raw/rt4 vegan.
My daily calorie intake is generally around 2800-3200 (I track crono)
My salt intake has only once passed a gram in a days time (usually under 500mg)
My water intake was around 4 liters a day until I was told (by nutritionist) to cut back to 2.5
-was in the bathroom 25-30 times a day (my dwarfism stature can't handle too much more)
My gluten intake is almost nonexistent
I generally have one raw day per week
I have done 2 full weeks of banana island including romaine and baby spinach
-and one week of banana island with greens and one rice meal
Aside from those three weeks I have had 1 vegan taco meal each week , GF LF
-a little higher in protein than usual.
I am active almost all day long and take a walk or bike ride 5 evenings a week
My average day....
7am 8-10 banana smoothie. (This is when I take my b12 supplement)
10am small fruit snack (a mango, oj, 2-3 clementines, an expensive tropical fruit)
12:30pm 5-8 banana smoothie with frozen berries, peaches, or greens
3pm 6 dates and 1 apple (blended) or nana ice cream
6pm 2cups rice with 2 veggie sushi rolls or
-2-3lbs potatoes with low sodium watered down marinara or
-1 lbs corn pasta is low sodium marinara. Or
- veggie soup over 2 cups rice
7pm greens, usually a head of romaine.
I have lost 1 pound and that was in the first week. I thought it was my scale and have tried every scale around to make sure mine wasn't broken.
Detox symptoms finally ended around week 9, which I found odd seeing as I was low fat (but higher protein) vegan before starting)
Questions, comments, suggestions, and inspiration are gladly welcomed.