Losing Weight; Finding Men

"Never make someone a priority in your life when you are just their option."

Friday, April 3, 2009

Daily Supplements

1 Omega-3 and 6 Fish Oil
2 Alpha Lipoic
2 Red Marine Algae
2 Glucosamine & Chondroitin w/ MSM
1 Silica
1 Multivitamin for women
2 L-Lysine (amino acid)

I used to laugh at those pill-sorting containers when I would see them in the stores; now I need one! I thought I wouldn't need one until I was in my 70s. Ha, that joke is on me. I'm taking these so I can make it to 70.

What, if anything, do you take?

T.o.M. is a sneaky S.o.B., showing up 4 days late, long after the pre has bailed. UGH. I feel like someone smacked me across the lower back with a 2 x 4. And I need to change *ahem* every hour. Should make for a fun day. Have alternative clothes packed. :(

Maybe this is why I didn't make it very far on the tread last night. About minute 36 when I usually hit a sweet zone of endorphins, instead I thought I was going to either hurl, lose my bowels, or both. Chills came over me immediately, and I had to hit the cooldown. Everyone at work is sick; I better not be getting anything...I have Boston next week.

Might go visit Mr Listener at the restaurant tonight.


Thursday, April 2
Life Fitness Treadmill
Standing heart rate: 82
AVERAGE heart rate: 130 (the ePulse says it is so)
Workout mode: RANDOM level 15 @ 2.8 mph
Calories: 473 Distance: 1:83 Time: 43:00

Note: At least I didn't hurl.


♥georgie♥ said...

I really need to be taking a multi vitamin...you have inspired me...but geesh that a lot pills you are takin...a friend of mine use to sell advocare and she had to take a million pills a day and I mean HUGE horse like pills...sorry i am ramblin
happy friday

Sarah said...

Not hurling is a definite bonus! Go see Mr. Listener and have fun.

Julie said...

I just take a multi vitamain, some folic acid, and magnesium...

Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday and helping me get over 100 comments on my blogiversary!!

otin said...

One British actor, I can't remember which one, when asked why he did not believe in much diet and exercise said,"I get all the exercise that I need carrying the coffins of all my friends that died while exercising" In a way it's true, I have been overweight most of my life, but my family is that way. I have fought it down quite a few times, losing 40 or more pounds probably on 10 seperate occasions. At some point I think that you need to be happy with the way you are. Now I need to take my own advice!

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