Tracy talks about her experience going on a variety of different kinds of low-fat vegan plans (Raw Till 4, The Starch Solution) Successes, failures, random thoughts…and fun factoids about the nutrition found in red wine.
I wanted to share this day’s worth of eating on a low-fat, plant-based, starch-centered diet. This is mostly a dinner meal prep video with some discussion about my current size and my weight-loss objectives.
Tracy talks about her struggle with weight and body image and the various diets and programs she has been on to try to lose the excess weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle. She also explains why she has decided to commit to a low-fat, high-carb, plant-based, starch-centered plan to achieve optimal health and weight results.
Menopause Can Be a Challenge In 2000, at age 38, for the first time in my life, I started experiencing some strange health concerns. We had recently moved to a 20-acre piece of property we purchased in Central Oregon and were drinking the local, city water while waiting to put in our own well. Shortly thereafter I began suffering from muscle weakness in both of my arms and dizziness that became nearly debilitating…especially whenever moving from a horizontal to a vertical position, or when rolling over in bed at night. Kind of like an ear infection would affect your equilibrium.
Diet Frustration – The Back Story Ok, so, I haven’t been writing much lately and the honest truth is that I am feeling diet frustration. Ugh! So, I guess I’m just going to have to tell the story. By February 2009 I reached an all-time high weight of 193 pounds. And I decided something had to change. I’d been following a mostly raw foods lifestyle for close to 2 years at that time, but unlike other raw foodists who reported losing tons of weight, I hadn’t lost the pounds I wanted to lose. At 5’9″ tall, I can carry more