There are plenty :) check out this thread [url]http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread19095.html[/url]
We're here. Maybe not quite as much posting as the younger set.
Just turned 50. No sign of menopause!
In ketosis for 3weeks now and have never felt better.
I'm posting on my journal here:
I'm 58. Long past menopause. I'd be jumping up and down and waving my hands, but I'm tired from doing handstand pushups. I guess that's kind of hard core.
Present! I am 63 (and still have to remind myself) and finished a Whole30 earlier this month. Lost 2 inches in waist and 2 inches in hips, 17lbs. and am down a size. So, of course after taking a few days off, I jumped right back in.
I know that the goal should be better health and not weight loss. So I do feel much better but I'm not turning up my nose at weight loss, especially at an age where it is supposed to be sooooo hard to do. Are you kidding? Strangely, trying to follow Paleo was a little difficult for me but the more strict Whole30 is a breeze. Go figure.
No hardcore stuff, just walking and some gym where I work on muscle strength retention and if my strength increases so much the better. Would love to combine some sprints with my walking but knees disagree with me. My obsession right now is digging stuff out of the back of my closet to see if it fits and most of the time it does! That would have been enough in the past but now I want that old stuff to literally fall off of me. I am so excited!
[QUOTE=secret agent girl;1236170]I'm working my way through the other thread.
Where do I find a description of the Whole30? I need me some of those results![/QUOTE]
[url=http://www.marksdailyapple.com/the-primal-blueprint-30-day-challenge/#axzz2XRak5L5J]The Primal Blueprint 30-Day Challenge | Mark's Daily Apple[/url]
[don't tell anyone I was here - I'm only 49 and 9.5 months!]
This is the whole30 that I did [url=http://whole9life.com/category/whole-30/]Whole9 | Let us change your life. | Category Archive | Whole30[/url]
Really helpful to retrain yourself and to find what foods you are allergic or sensitive to. I bought their book "it starts with food" which I used. Very good.
I am 61. A couple of days ago I was doing some carpentry which I love when not 'working'. I was standing at the sink and did something, I can't recall what, and my shorts fell off! There in a shorts puddle on the floor were shorts I have loved wearing for years, now off to the recycle bin!
Hello everyone. I am 59. I have done 5 w30s, one was a W100 fairly recently. Awesome program and very black and white so easy to follow. It's basically an elimination diet. At the end of the 30 days, you add things like dairy, gluten, beans and other non gluten grains one at a time to see if there are things you never want to eat, rarely eat or have no effect on you physically or psychologically. The website and forums are great (they have moderators so miss information is cleared up immediately and everyone behaves themselves). Ton of info on the W30 site but I highly recommend reading It Starts With Food which is written by the founders of the program. It is not a weight loss program but many do lose weight.
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