Because of some of my recent reading I've begun wondering if I'm vitamin deficient. I have definitely struggled with my vegetable intake even though its improved. While we were at Sam's Club on Saturday I went to the vitamin aisle and picked out a Women's Active pack. Its basically a little cocktail of vitamins to promote girl stuff and energy. Vitamin Link I also got a Niacin tab to support my breakdown of carbohydrates. Obviously, I haven't had enough time to notice any differences as I've only taken it for 2 days, but hopefully I will be able to report on this by the middle of next month or so. This morning, I also took a fish oil tab because I'm unsure if I'm getting enough Omega 3 fats. I believe, ideally, it should be a 1:1 ratio of omega 3 vs. 6 (the bad fat). Don't get me wrong, I think I need to do better with the veggies, but I figure supplementing it can't hurt in the meantime.
I seem to be very tired lately - aka accidental 3 hour naps - even after I'm "rested." My hair seems to be less brittle, but I can't attribute that to diet at all. I got a better haircut and I've been treating it with a hair mask often to try to reduce my split ends. That seems to be working. If you've expereienced the same thing then you might like: Moroccan Oil I got a little kit with sample sizes in it and I gotta say that the hype is true. Love this stuff and I will definitely get more of it as needed. Back to the point of this paragraph, I'm hoping that I will see improvement/continued improvement with these things and perhaps with my skin, too. It is beyond annoying to me that I'm almost 30 and I still deal with breakout issues all. the. time. :\
I was going to talk about some other random things, but this article just caught my eye: Lab Meat
That is the absolute most disgusting thing I have ever heard of. Never will you catch me eating meat made in a lab!!! Blah!!!