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Ok so I'm not so happy about sharing this photo because it shows no physical progress after almost 6 weeks of moving more and eating a lot healthier.
I've seen other people post massive change in just 4 weeks but this hasn't happened to me, in fact I look like I've put on a couple pounds since April when in fact the scale says I've lost 2kgs.
I've been watching my macros and yes, I've had crisps and chocolate and alcoholic drinks, but not every day or as often as I used to.
I'm not going to lie, in disappointed in the lack of visual progress, I feel like there should be obvious evidence and it sometimes makes me feel like, "geez, this has been quite a lot for me, what more do I need to do!?"... BUT
if I could show you the invisible progress you'd be smiling!
I started this journey, yes, to get back into shape of course, but mostly to see how regular exercise and better eating would effect my mental health and it has made a massive difference to my over all feeling of well being, positivity, energy and ability to get things done.
If I don't exercise for two days my mood dips and it's noticeable.
Exercise is imperative to mental wellbeing that I can say for certain.
So, I'm not gonna be too hard on myself, this has been a journey, I uncovered some triggers that cause me to eat junk, I learned how much I need to exercise and where I am at in fitness terms.
It's going to take longer than I thought it would and I need to put in a more consistent effort, but I can't coach others through this if I've never done it myself! 💚
This would be such a late review, but this is the @fitjoynutrition chocolate pb protein bar. 1) I think recently, since I've weaned off more protein bars in general, any artificial sweeteners/flavors get to me. I had this bar before, and thought it was perfectly sweet, but this one was a little too sweet for my taste. Not much pb taste in my opinion, and the chunks on top don't really add much besides some aesthetic appeal. Macros stand at 7f/24c/20p - 12 fiber, so your basic protein bar. Also, the weight of the bar is standard, 60g, but for some reason, the bar seemed kind of small. @questnutrition has the most bar per gram in my opinion out of all protein bars that are around 60 grams. Texture is on point though, which is normal for this brand. Overall: 5.5/10.