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Old 08-09-2013, 02:43 PM
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Okay, the dairy was one I was going to suggest.
Can I suggest trying to not eat gluten? I had a blood test years ago for celiac disease and it came back negative, but about a year ago I decided to stop eating wheat... and it just seemed like one day I realized I wasn't sick anymore. I now know if I eat something with wheat, there's a threshold somewhere of how much is okay and how much will make me sick. I don't know what it is, but by and large I just plain avoid wheat.
I actually used to have trouble with dairy, but since axing gluten I am fine with dairy. That said, a lot of people have issues with dairy, so if you already know it causes issues, I'd probably still avoid it.

The processed packaged foods probably aren't doing you any favors, especially as you will start to expect more from your athletic performance, and gluten will be hanging out in a lot of those. If it's a big deal there is a brand of gluten free processed foods, I want to say it's Amy's? You can trying switching to those. Stick it out for maybe a month or so and see if that doesn't help?

I don't think your calorie content is high. It may be a bit low from the athletic perspective even. But I think the first thing is to try and care for the IBS as much as possible.
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THIS IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING TOMORROW!!!



I'm so excited and nervous and hope I remember to pack everything I need for after.

LETS GET MUDDY, YO!
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6+ kilometers, 17 obstacles, lots of mud and steep as hell hills



Finished it in 1 hour and 10 minutes about 12 minutes after my friend and with a major stitch in my side for half of it.
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Old 08-11-2013, 10:08 PM
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Great job, Mandy! What exactly... was it? lol
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Great job, Mandy! What exactly... was it? lol
I don't know but it looks like hella fun! Minus... well.. the running part. XD
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That would be awesome! How does Middie handle off leash dogs? Around here it's about 50/50 on leash and off leash (no matter what is posted, it's kind of obnoxious). Do you work on Saturdays?
I keep him away from them. If it's somewhere with LOTS and LOTS of off-leash dogs I might bring Bay or Cassie and leave Middie at home.

Sundays & Wednesdays I can go hiking. Or very early Thursday and Friday.
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Great job, Mandy! What exactly... was it? lol
It was a mud run called mud hero. Super fun! Kind of like the tough mudder I think! It was harder than our coach made it out to be but we had a good time and kicked some butt.
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Awesome work Mandy! A mud run is on my list.

I did my time two mile run for my challenge today. 15:40. I went out way fast in the first half mile (1:35 first quarter split) before settling in at about a 2 minute per quarter (8 minute mile) pace. Screen shot from my daughter's phone showing the final and splits 3 through 7.



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Recap: Still not lost weight. Calling doctor tomorrow. Both doctors.

I had a really sharp pain in my knee. Between that and my bad ankle, sometimes working out sucks. I'm hoping losing weight will help with my ankle? I'm too young for joint problems.

Did my usual with the trainer today then came home and walked the dogs 4 miles. Tomorrow I am meeting a friend for spin class.I really feel like I need to step up my game. I don't want to do all this work with the personal trainer for no reason.

Also, I think I pinpointed my food allergy. I think I am lactose intolerant. It was confusing me because I can eat a small yogurt or a slice of cheese just fine but the more I read the more that seems normal. A glass of milk or really creamy food or ice cream and I'm very suddenly sick. At least I think it is part of what is going on with my stomach.
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