Small Steps Up Mountains#18

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A healthy body weight is essential for well being.  Sadly, many people struggle to lose those extra pounds and fall victim to aching joints, breathlessness, diabetes …

I am very thankful that I was able to get back to a healthy BMI for my height, after gaining a considerable amount of weight in the early days of my fibromyalgia.  I used to console any difficult emotions with ice cream, but that has changed.  I eat a lot less of it now!

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Nikki at Flying Through Water  is tracking her food and exercise, meditating and practising yoga to reach her ideal weight.  She is posting regular updates on her progress. Please call round and offer her your support.

Wendy at Brilliance Within has managed to lose 1 1/2 stones through Dr Michael Mosley’s  “8 Week Blood Sugar Diet”.  She was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes earlier this year and her new eating plan has brought her blood sugar levels down to pre-diabetic levels.  She has a number of posts on this subject, as well as some mouth watering recipes with beautiful photographs.

If you have any posts that illustrate “Small Steps Up Mountains” please contact me and I will be delighted to include you in future posts.


10 thoughts on “Small Steps Up Mountains#18

  1. It truly is a challenge to take care of yourself when you have a “hidden” disease like fibromyalgia (and so many others). Kudos to you for taking steps to improve yourself. I have fibromyalgia too. Some days, the bed seems awfully inviting to my achey, tender muscles.

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