Thursday, June 21, 2012
Work that Out
Unfortunately when you're low - you're low. There really isn't time to do much or think about much. Your first reaction is a million reactions, a million ideas of what would be good to eat, the feeling that you could eat everything in the fridge - then it comes down to it, you have to choose something. For me, I ran in the door, thinking about a million things, 'do I have time to make dinner?' 'I am so happy I have food in the fridge to eat!' 'ou, trail mix!' 'I want chocolate milk' 'Maybe I should try and make dinner instead...' 'I really should relax and not worry about making dinner until I feel better' all of this going on at once, not to mention walking around the apartment not really doing anything productive.
I hate the fact that after a workout you drink or eat the calories you burned instantly. I get that working out lowers blood sugar and that is awesome - but why is it that it just does it so QUICKLY! Or if you're on the high side it goes even higher. Even though working out is good for other aspects of my health i.e mental health - being diabetic and trying to loose weight or feel good - can be super difficult and make you feel a little counterproductive sometimes.