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3 years ago life started to crumble. From being told I had cancer (thankfully I later learned that the cells turned out to be pre cancerous only), to being diagnosed with major depressive disorder and high functioning anxiety, my life was thrown for a loop.
I was depressed, overweight, and unbelievably self conscious. And so at an absolute loss, I decided that I would start by working to change my physical body, and that eventually I could improve the health of my mind as well.
I purchased Kayla Itsines' program ("Bikini Body Guide"), a few sets of weights and a bench. And I started. Now, a year and a half later, I can say that I am physically and mentally the healthiest that I have been in a long time. I've lost 65 pounds and 21 inches from body by training 5-6 days a week. And most importantly, my depression and anxiety has become manageable.
What I love about Protein Milkshake: I love how easily it mixes with just cashew milk (or water). I like the convenience of being able to mix the powder with just almond or cashew milk, instead of having to use a blender every time, which makes it great for life on the go. It also tastes delicious, that helps too.
How I drink my Protein Milkshake: The Cream Puff flavour tasted great with 1.5 cups of Unsweetened Vanilla Cashew Milk. And today I made a strawberry milkshake using the Strawberry Shortcake powder, 1 cup of Unsweetened Vanilla Cashew Milk, 1 cup of Frozen Strawberries, 1/3 cup Frozen Cherries and 1/2 Fat Free Cherry Yogurt.
Tip 1: Start by making small, healthy choices. By trying to completely overhaul your lifestyle overnight by making drastic changes, it will be far more difficult to maintain that lifestyle. However, if you start by making small choices and changes, you will be more likely to continue on that path. Every small, healthy choice that you make contributes to big changes overall.
Tip 2: Be patient. Weight loss takes time. Results take time. You will never see results instantly. Give your body time to adjust to the lifestyle changes that you are making. Many people quit because they aren't seeing the results that they are desiring quickly enough. Be patient. The results will come.
Tip 3: Don't rely solely on the scale to measure your progress. Measurements and progress photos are a great and accurate way to measure progress. The scale is not always an accurate determinate of progress, as it cannot measure your body fat percentage or muscle mass. Progress photos and measurements are a very helpful way to track the changes that your body has made.
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