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Anonymous: Hi, first of all, you're amazing, second of all, I have a question: I've read that salt makes your body hold onto water more, which causes bloat, but I have an extremely low blood pressure so I like have to eat a lot of salt. I'm just wondering if because of that I'll never see ab muscles? Idk if you can answer this, you're just the only person I can ask! Stay awesome, you are so inspiring!

It’s when your body has excess of salt that it bloats, so maybe as your body actually requires that salt to combat your LBP then its not going to hold on to so much water? I’m no doctor so I’m stabbing in the dark here haha, but ask your doctor yourself and see what they say! Have you noticed any bloating? Abs are mainly down to a low body fat percentage so to be honest, I think you’ll be fine - I doubt the salt will interfere to the point where it leaves you so bloated you can’t see your abs. X

eatmyselffit:

Do you know what’s nice? Watching people who wrote you off at the beginning - shrugged you off as nothing and didn’t bother with you - now acknowledging that you’re doing well. Witnessing you becoming successful and happy and stable and getting your shit together. 

It’s nice being able to sit back and say “yeah, I’ve come out the other side” while they’re all still floundering about. 

I don’t care how shallow that sounds. It’s a nice feeling. 

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Anonymous: Is insanity a good program to use to tone up and lose some fat?

Yes its such a good program! It’s damn hard though so don’t worry if you start off unable to complete the whole thing - you’ll get there! It definitely works though X

Anonymous: So my weight is quite low, yet I still have quite a bit or fat on me. How can I tone my body up so that I have a lean and less flabby figure? What's your best piece of advice? What did you do to get so lean.

Weights weights weights. Get dem gains. The word ‘tone’ is just code for building muscle - all the ‘toned’ bodies out there are really just bodies with muscle on them. Maybe focus more on low weight higher rep if you’re not looking to build too much muscle. Either way, weights are great. Eating healthy and drinking plenty of water is what helped me lean out X

fitornaah: Reading your ask responses about binge eating really helped me this morning after having a three-binge week and feeling bad. I'm ready to turn this around. Thanks! 🌸

You go girl <3 Proud of you X

Anonymous: You're my idol

You the cutest 😍

Anonymous: Is running on the treadmill or elliptical just as effective as running outside on a track? I find running on a track to be hard on my lower back which is why I don't do it as often.

The treadmill is a good workout! Running outside is harder because you’re fighting against the elements and you’re pretty much never running on a totally flat surface, plus the treadmill propels you forwards too which helps. Switch it up though, don’t do all your cardio on the treadmill. Go for the bikes or the cross trainer too X

Do you know what’s nice? Watching people who wrote you off at the beginning - shrugged you off as nothing and didn’t bother with you - now acknowledging that you’re doing well. Witnessing you becoming successful and happy and stable and getting your shit together. 

It’s nice being able to sit back and say “yeah, I’ve come out the other side” while they’re all still floundering about. 

I don’t care how shallow that sounds. It’s a nice feeling. 

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I feel like I’ve answered every question there is about binging in the last few days, so I’m not going to be answering any more on that topic for a while. You’ll probably find the answer you’re looking for if you scroll down my blog  a bit. If you really want a chat about binging, message me off anon X

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