I have struggled with sticking to my nutrition plan strictly. We did traveling and birthday's in January. I am going to focus on sticking to my 30 day plan to decrease inflammation, increase my energy, balance out my hormones and in turn get clearer skin and feel like crazy from my PMDD. I am committed to feeling better and being better for me.
I am committing to make every effort to avoid any and all foods that contain added sugar, in any form. I have already stopped adding salt to my food, and have stuck with that for several months now. Several family members, as well as myself, have hypertension. Diabetes has always been a big fear of mine, even though none of my family members have it; ...
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