Shoveling snow from all your neighbor's drives will also help!
...as for the crampy gut aches, i called, even though they seem to have subsided, and the doc suspects it may have just been a stomach bug.
as for how much water (LarryD's note), she said to lay off the 3 liters of cranberry juice a day. it may have been drowning my kidneys.
but at least my diet is working. (or i have acquired a tapeworm )
Your body takes time to adjust to any significant change in diet. You can expect the odd complaint as your physiology adjusts to the new regime. There are strong similarities between reducing excessive sugar intake and kicking a drug dependency, for instance. Keep in touch with your nutritionist to allay any worries, and don't give up.3 litres of cranberry juice is about 3/4 of the recommended daily carb intake! Depending on what brand you are drinking, 3 litres of 'unsweetened' fruit juice is equivalent to 3 litres or more of fizzy pop (soda). Regardless of brand, pure fruit juice is loaded with natural sugars. Great for vitamins, anti-oxidants and other nutrients, terrible for losing weight. A good diet is about balance and 150ml of pure fruit juice a day, would be about the right amount for most people. Adulterated fruit juices, 'low sugar' and 'low calorie' for instance, are best avoided completely, IMO. Brilliant. Keep at it. Not only will losing weight increase your life expectancy, there is a good chance it will make it a happier life. The very best of luck to you.Top tip, learn to read labels, very, very, carefully. U.S. corporations are adept at sidestepping labelling regulations, intended to help consumers avoid an inadvertently unhealthy diet, by assembling words in a particular order.
.....as for the crampy gut aches, i called, even though they seem to have subsided, and the doc suspects it may have just been a stomach bug.....