The unfortunate thing is, despite sleeping solidly, I still woke up tired. This was a feeling I couldn't shake all day...
We had a relatively lazy day (which isn't unusual for us on the weekend). Wifey had to go and get a haircut so I followed her up and thought I'd kill time before she finished her haircut (3 1/2 hours later...) and we picked up some framing we'd had done (which, I must say, looks awesome! Thanks to the girls at In The Picture in Hornsby!). It was a boring time, but I did manage to sit out in the sun reading, which was relaxing (and enough to keep me awake...just).
When we finally got home, guess what I ended up doing? If you guessed falling asleep on the couch again, you'd be bang on the buck! I'm over it! The biosignature test may be one thing but the eating plan that comes with... If I was an elite athlete in training - sure! I'm not. I don't profess to being one. I don't want to be one. This is where I think some of these "health professionals" (who are really more allied health professionals) need to realise that not everyone wants to be a bulky muscle-builder type. I just want to lose weight and be more active, while leading a sustainable and healthy lifestyle. I don't want to have to be spending in excess of $60 each week on meat (just for myself) - this is more than we'd spend in six weeks on meat for the two of us! I also don't want to be told that an allergy is only "in your head".
A bee in my bonnet? Hell yeah!
Meal 1 (8.30am)
Scrambled eggs (with bacon, chilli, garlic & onion)
2 x multi supplements
We were out & didn't have anything, besides which, I was still full from brekkie.
Stirfy - broccolini, spring onion, onion, capsicum, garlic, bok choy, snow peas, corn spears
None. Even though it should've been a super-Saturday session...naaaaaaahhhhhhhhh ;)