Fitty or Fatty?!


August 23, 2013 by ukdesperatehousewifeusa

So along with the fitness regime, as is drummed into us, goes the food regime for all round goodness and healthy living.

I took a subject at school in the 1980s called ‘Home Economics’ which was supposed to teach me all about food and nutrition, but instead all I really remember is making cheesecake and egg fried rice and selling it to the other girls at school (I guess that is the economics bit).

Anyway, I am not a chef in any way shape or form, but I am interested in food choices, what goes in, what it does, how it affects you and how it makes or breaks your body. So I’m taking a course in nutrition to become a qualified nutritionist. Then I hope I will have the full package – fitness and nutrition together.

I want to be a fitty, not a fatty!

I want to be a fitty, not a fatty!

And, naturally, you have to practice what you preach, so from Monday (the weekend is my husband’s 40th party so I’m allowing myself that at least!) I will be logging all my food and beginning to understand its impact on me, my body and my fitness.

I feel like I’ve become a bit of a fatty over the summer (owing to Naughty Spice being ever-present), but with a couple of new classes that I am teaching, taking my fitness regime to 18 hours a week, that’s pretty well on the path to fitness success.

I intend to be a fitty, not a fatty!


2 thoughts on “Fitty or Fatty?!

  1. Jane says:

    Good luck with your new course. It will be very interesting. I am also interested to hear more about how you initially lost weight and got fit. What are the secrets of your success you can share?

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