It can be scary to learn about food, and we’re all “free” to just keep on believing what we’ve always been told. But the truth will set you free! If you want to know what this is all about, What The Health and Food Choices Documentary capture all of it. 

What the Health: Focuses on exposing a problem. Enlightening and surprising info about how our diet affects our health.

Food Choices: Emphasizes the [starch!] solution. Inspirational, calming, and empowering.

They are both on Netflix now! I never used to think it made much difference what I ate, but I wish everyone would check these out and just see what they think. It’s been pretty fun eating bowls of spaghetti and rice and potatoes and oatmeal and stuff like that, with fresh fruit and veggies, for the past year, and it just keeps getting better…I think that all the people who have reversed their diabetes and heart disease by doing so would agree!

Making progress!

I weighed 186.6lbs today, meaning I’ve gained 10lbs. Luckily, I’m retaking control of my body. I woke up at 8:30am! Today, I also did 1.02mi on the treadmill. (It’s not even noon!) I didn’t realize I was so out of shape, but I’m super proud that I did it at all! I forgot how great it felt to be sweating and panting profusely 💛
I also had a good breakfast~

I realized that getting back on track takes time. All I can do is take things day-by-day. I shouldn’t focus on my mistakes, but instead, fight them! I’m doing well so far today.

Hello Onederland!

Woohoo! I did it! Under 200lbs as of today. I’m Australian so we use the sensible metric system, but with how much time I spend on the internet and as part of so many weight loss forums, this milestone has been on my radar for the entirety of my journey. A huge relief to be able to say I’ve done this. 

 Start weight: 138.1kg (304lbs) 

 Current weight: 89.7kg (197lbs) 

Total loss: 48.4kg (107lbs)