No matter what your circumstance is, it’s teaching you something. Don’t focus on the negatives and drown yourself in it. Take your circumstance and see the positives no matter how hard that might be. We can’t have everything, no one is perfect. Let go of the struggle and start living & embracing what you do have. We always want what we can’t or don’t have. If you want something bad enough you need to project positive energy & visualizes those things in positive ways. What ever you put out there, will always come back to you. So If you focus on the negatives you are going to attract negative energy right back.
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- Diced Onion
- Curry Powder
- Ground Cumin
- Ground Coriander
- Turmeric (dash)
- Lentils (I have also used chick peas instead)
- Diced Tomatoes (I usually use fresh but have used canned in a pinch)
- Fresh Garlic
- Fresh Baby Spinach
Spray skilled with Pam and sauté onions over low heat.
Add spices and cook for about one minute, stirring constantly.
Add lentils and diced tomatoes. Stir well and simmer covered for 10 minutes (depends how much you are making).
Remove lid and add garlic- mix well. Add spinach and stir until it wilts.
Rebecca’s Notes: I have skipped the beans in this altogether and used Chicken, Shrimp or Prawns (frozen from Cosco works great!) instead (for the evening) and it has been great. I keep grilled, diced chicken in the fridge and it makes it quick to prepare. If you don’t have spinach on hand, zucchini, eggplant or broccoli works great.
** Thank you Rebecca for this great recipe!
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Its Hard to wait around for something you know might never happen; But it’s harder to give up when you know it’s everything you want. - Unknown
This has been a thought in my head for the past 4 years! I’m glad I didn’t give up on myself because I wouldn’t be where I am today if I did. #grateful #fitfam #Don’tgiveup #healing #healthy #progress #determined #focussed #give100% #loveyourself #onelife #hope #pcos
Her is a link to explain metabolic training and some workout examples.
Well this is going to be my meal of choice for the next couple of weeks 😬 due to the fact that I don’t have a kitchen. (Its under renovations) This is easy to make and requires no prep space 👍 Oh ya! There are no excuses if you want to get results and see progress, make it happen 😉 ! #fitfam #diet #progress #determined #groundbeef #veggies #herbs #eatclean #hormonefree #organic #simple #goals #healthy #kitchen #renovations #pcos #blessedbodies365 #
Finally tried out my hot rollers! Thank you #youtub super easy, should have learned how to use these months ago! #bighair #muha #hotrollers #fitfam #babybliss #blonde #hair #tomuchhair 😳
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Training & Diet for insulin resistance & PCOS.
Insulin Resistance means we can not break down sugar/glucose like a normal person, or use it effectively for evergy. So we need to train & eat differently or more effectively.
Follow a low glycemic diet, small portions 5-6 times a day.
Think of carbs as sugar, good carbs and bad carbs to the body are seen all the same, once broken down in the body its sugar period and gets stored as fat.
Being insulin resistant we just can’t handle the break down of carbs/sugars/glucose.
Get your good carbs low on the glycemic index from yams, legumes, veggies etc.
Training, less is more efficient for insulin resistant people.
If you are over weight your insulin resistant period.
Doing high interval training 2-3 times a week repairs insulin resistant receptor cells. Keep duration no longer than 20 minutes max.
Doing metabolic training works best for insulin resistance & PCOS. (burning fat).
So this type of exercise is circuit type training, or body weight type training. Again keep sessions to a 30 minute maximum 4 times a week.
The longer you work out the body actually will hold onto the fat and take fuel from the muscles.
You can google metabolic training or workout programs to find out more on this.
Remember to always listen to your body, what works for one person may not work for you.
If you like you can like my page Facebook.com/audreyohlsson or check out my websit www.audreyohlsson.com I have more info on there regarding high interval training and PCOS.
All you have to do is balance & heal your hormones naturally & PCOS will improve greatly if not completely heal! Im living proof.
Also if you are looking to lose weight you have to work with the metabolic condition not against it. Ask me how if interested ;)