We will be celebrating the launch of Aunyx Marie's new cook book "The Cheater's Diet". This book is about her personal journey to a 70 lb weight loss success where she overcame her food addiction to rediscovered her passion for culinary arts. She shares recipes that freed her from being a victim of physical, sexual, mental, and verbal abuse while learning to prepare delectable mouthwatering dishes that taste like you are cheating on your diet.
The event is from 3pm-6pm this Saturday, January 6, 2018 at the Style Mobb Studio located at 3435 Roosevelt Highway, Suite B2, in Atlanta. $20 VIP tickets includes the book and entry to a free tasting. ticket sales through eventbrite ends today. So come by and grab your copy of her new book and then stop by our vendor table to sign up for our email list for your chance to win a free Cordless Jump Rope.
Update... here’s a few pictures from the event. It was a huge success! It was catered by Ms Aunyx herself. Our favorite dish was the cauliflower macaroni. Big thanks to Michelle Morris who walked away with a free cordless jump rope just by stopping through our both and subscribing to our email list!
Every year for the past 2 years I’ve personally attended a good friend of mine’s Vision Board Party. If I were to go back and look at my first vision board and compare it to my life now, I will see how I am just beginning to live in the vision I saw back then. This vision of my life involved fashion, traveling, and fitness. All 3 have taken shape in my personal life.
A vision for your life is important to help you maneuver through many obstacles you may come across. That is why I would like to extend to you the invitation to attend this Vision Board Party in the Atlanta metro area on Saturday, December 16, 2017 at 5:45pm. It’s free to attend. You may want to bring a few of your favorite magazines to clip a few pictures. If you are interested in attending please rsvp by completing the form at the bottom of this article. Best wishes in 2018!
On Saturday, November 11, 2017, we hosted our first cooking demonstration with Chef Foster, a Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School graduate. Chef Foster came through with 4 fruit and veggie dishes that will go a long way for our upcoming DietBet Challenge.
On the menu was Lemon Asparagus, Pesto and Parmesan Tossed Cauliflower, Chili covered Fruit Skewers, and the crowd favorite, Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms with a Mango Salsa. Chef Foster prepped these dishes with minimal heating in order to preserve the nutrients in each dish.
We are looking forward to more cooking demonstrations from Chef Foster next year. Thank you to all the members who came out and learned a few new recipes.
For more about the DietBet Challenge please send an email to BigBonedFitness@gmail.com.
After receiving the results from the blood tests my doctor ordered, there were three critical deficiencies that I had no idea I had incurred. All I know is that it became increasingly easy for me to gain weight. I realized that no matter how hard I was exercising, my body was fatigued, I was sleepy all the time. My bones started popping whenever I got up, walked, or exercised. My eyes became increasingly sensitive to light. Driving at night became scary, and during the day I would find myself squinting to adjust to the light around me. I'm like... WTF!?!?! I'm breaking down... I'm dying!!!
When I told my doctor these symptoms she brushed it off and said it was nothing. As a matter of fact she told me that she just read a report that stated popping joints were due to extra air between the joints. (I'm gonna fire her as soon as I find a tip top replacement). The next day the nurse's assistant called me with the report, she warned me of the Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, and Iron deficiency that was upon me. She stressed that my Vitamin D levels were a 6, when the normal should be 40. My levels were so low they had to prescribe me Vitamin D. Then she suggested an over-the-counter supplement to get my iron and Vitamin B12 levels up.
As soon as I got out of there I started researching the signs and symptoms of each of these deficiencies. So amazing how I found a research study that linked Vitamin D deficiencies with light sensitivity by taking it to google.
So how did I get here? How long had I been here? I don't know. I've had blood tests, but this is the first time anything was said. So now I have questions for my doctor. And I'm taking copies of the report so she can educate herself. I expect the persons who care for me to really care for me. But until then, the only person who can make sure I get the best care and the best education is myself. Soooo... let's work on this plan to get my levels up!
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