Life would be so much easier if I had been born iwth an instruction manual.
Doing well this morning. Eating potatoes in particular is looking good. My energy levels are high. I hopped out of bed ate breakfast and then ran for 3 miles. Not typically like me. Even threw in 10 hard pushups for good measure. Appear quite healthy.
There is something that I hate to admit, or even consider though I should consider it. I know with little doubt that eating cheese, beef and pork will make me feel fatigued. I have excuses for why that happens and understandably so. But the bare fact is these red meats and dairyproducts make me tired.
What I don't wnat to admit and want to find ways around is chicken and turkey. All testing done has found that chicken and turkey will make me feel weaker, make me feel tired out. I have various theories on why that it. And maybe the theories can work out. The fact is though that chicken and turkey will make me feel fatigued and tired much like beef, dairy products and pork will do.
In planning a future of health, I want to be able to eat out easily. And being able to eat chicken has lots of appeal.
on the other hand though if I can eat potatoes, and other nightshade family members without much issue. If later on I learn I can eat garlic and ohter prices without a problem also that does leave open to me the option of eating vegetarian meals at restaurants. That has decent appeal. A vegetarian meal isn't as appealing as a chicken meal but it can do.
Thought to try a weight loss experiment. I shouldn't do this as it will hurt my energy levels, but I do want to drop the weight a little, 5 lbs or 7lbs. My idea is that I'm only been able to lose weight and keep the weight off when I'm following a strct fish diet. So for the test of the month of Jan, 2 weeks, I'll continue with the strict fish diet, I'll fast twice a week, and I'll avoid snacks. I'll see what happens. I start today.