For the first time in my life, I do not feel exhausted after doing sprints. In this case, 674 meters on the rowing machine, set to Maximum.
For the first time in my life, I have properly pink fingernails. As in, no longer pale and vaguely pinkish, but mostly vaguely purple-ish.
For the first time in my life, I can easily remember the day of the week and what date it is. I always needed some assistance with that one.
For the first time since I was eight years old, I have clear breathing after a workout.
For the first time in my life, I'm getting buff.
Exercise and good diet has results, dear readers. I barely eat any kind of carbohydrates and I'm doing fantastic. That brain function is finally starting to kick in at freaking last.
I'm still derping about where I leave my phone, but it's getting less and less as time passes. I can remember things easier. I'm not getting distracted any less easier, but I can focus a little bit better every day.
Today is also the day I'm cutting cheese from my diet for a month to see if dairy byproducts are having an effect on my digestion. I'm hoping not, because I firkin love dairy. I am allowed to cook things in Ghee, because it's purified fats and none of the buttermilk.
But I have to use coconut cream in my smoothies and anything else that I feel needs some creamy goodness. I probably will be able to deal, but the first thing I'm getting back from the absence is pure cream. I adore cream.
And -hey- if it cures me of the Perpetual Morning Sniffles, I will be a happy camper. It's the one thing that Keto hasn't cured yet. We're working on it. For all I know, I might be very subtly allergic to Kale.
But the biggest, commonest culprit in all things Digestion, and digestion is key to whole body health... the biggest culprit is cheese. Which is also addictive.
Curse my creamed-rice-white genes!