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Old 03-07-2015, 10:59 AM
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great work, Derek.

Dr. Osborne would warn about the carrageenan or other gums that are probably in the almond milk. I tossed that for that reason. Water works just fine, add in a half-banana if you need more volume or blueberries if you need more sweetness.

Originally Posted by DerekWahler View Post
Things are going really well. I've settled on a 12 hour fast every day, usually from 7 pm to 7 am. After that, it's 4 meals throughout the day (breakfast, lunch, pm snack, dinner).

I'm still riding the streak of ZERO digestive issues since my November surgery. After having one every 2 weeks before, it feels really great to be back to normal again. I think this way of eating has definitely helped.

I've also started making my own "greens" drink once a day. It's pretty simple:

-3 big handfuls of spinach, kale or a mix of both
-2 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk
-1 scoop vanilla protein powder
-2 cups of ice

It's my own version of the Shamrock Shake, with a million less calories.

In terms of TT contest, I haven't taken my measurements since Day 1, but I can see and feel the big changes that have occurred in the last few months.

I'll post an updated "after" picture here next week. Thanks for the support!
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
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