Monday, May 12, 2008

Day 29 of 100 Day Raw Food Challenge- Fitness Trends?

Today I talk about my Mother's Day, cookbooks, Ani's Raw Food Kitchen, and adding exercise to my Raw Food Challenge.

These are the donut holes I made for Mother's Day. They look a little different than the others I've seen around the web, and man were they good.


Isle Dance said...

Oh. My. Goodness. How cute are you? And what yummy food! And how fantastic about the back pain! Wee! :o)

Penni said...

I can't go to sleep anymore unless I've had my Bunny fix for the day. You inspire me and I need to get my butt in gear and get back to my walking routine. I mean a woman can't live by juice alone, right?

Excited for your day 30!!


HiHoRosie said...

I, too, check out raw uncookbooks from the library all the time! It's great!

Good for you to start walking - I need to do that too. :)

HiHoRosie said...

Oh yeah, and congrats on no more back pain! Hope you keep getting better and better!

Michelle said...

I try to check out raw food books from my library and they don't have any :o( You are lucky that yours does.

You are looking really fantastic girl! I read your Mother's Day post and you really can see the weight loss. You should be very proud of yourself.

Enjoy your walking! You are an inspiration. Maybe I'll get my butt out for a walk today.

Dhrumil said...

Big ups Bunny!

LolaBloom said...

I'm so very happy that you were featured on WLIR, you are a fantastic find! I bookmarked you after only one post and I've just now finished reading from day one!

I am very inspired by your challenge too and really looking forward to seeing your progress. I have been wondering about energy for exercise so interested to hear how the walking goes for you. Hugs!

Wendi Dee said...

YAY!! *Dances around Bunny who's back gives her NO MORE PAIN!!*

You are looking more and more vibrant and happy and filled with love and light as the days go by!! What an inspiration you are for so many people, Bunny!

I am down 90 pounds and I ate lots of nuts and dates my first year raw. I'm not saying that to discourage you from cutting back on them, I just wanted you to know that it's possible to still lose in the beginning while eating them. After some time, however, it's best to cut back when closer to an ideal weight. That's where I am right now--slowly cutting back on them.

Lots and lots of love to you, Bunny!