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I've got to say that I think running/walking plus some strength training (pushups, situps, etc.) seems to work best. I had a heart txp 3 years ago. Before all of the issues that led to that I was a sub 2:30 marathoner. I was able to go back to running a couple of months after the surgery. Not at that level, but I've worked my way up to about 7 miles a day at about a 12 minute pace. I've been very fortunate to have had almost no post txp problems. As long as I don't push things too much, this seems to work ok.
Hi everyone, I like swimming, and I would like to know your experience after transplant. I had my kidney transplant three years ago and feeling fine, I have osteoporosis and I exercise twice a week. I swim in a gym, does someone go swimming?
Ella- great-did you have a baby after tx?
And my diet... I am trying not to eat to late. All that is working for me. I lost almost all my baby fat after my pregnancy.
Hi Rise Here is my standard breakfast, which I have every day. I'm personally not bothered by eating the same thing over and over.
4 large eggs
1 Tbs coconut oil
100 g raw chopped spinach
2 Tbs half & half
1/4 tsp iodized sea salt
I cook this up in the coconut oil, adding the spinach toward the end.
I also have an oversize cup of black coffee, probably 12 oz, and 2tsp of MCT oil.
This is 20% protein, 3% carbs and 77% fat, and 533 calories. It gives me 28 g of protein.
Recently I've been experimenting with intermittent fasting, so I don't have this until late morning.
When you get a chance please give me an example of all the foods/meals you would eat for let say breakfast.
A further comment. I'm not trying to convert people to eating a low carb diet, just providing some information.
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