Things are mostly going reasonably well, especially when eating 1 or 1.5 meals per day.
I am glad things are going ok, but I can't imagine only eating 1 to 1.5 meals a day. Hopefully you will continue to figure more out. I think the soluble fiber is a real help. I can't help but think my probiotic has helped me too but no real way of checking as I have been taking one for several years.
I am doing the fiber thing though not every day. I've forgotten my emergency bag twice this week but it wasn't a problem but I did order some supplies to leave a bag in the office permanently.
I did the splitting of pills when I had the Imodium AD because the pills were big enough to break by hand. The regular Imodium (which I ordered a lot of) are quite a bit smaller and I don't think that I could break them by hand. One thing about breaking them - I'd need a place to store the 1/2.
Workout on Tuesday:
Ballistic Stretch, Static Stretch
Yoga: Warrior I, II, Tree Pose, Yin Yoga Hip Opener
Barbells: Shoulder Press, Squats, Bench Press, Deadlifts
Dumbbells: Curls, Cross Body Clean and Press
Abs: Pelvic Lifts, Crunches, Bicycles, Ab Roller, Plank, Side Plank, Mountain Climbers, Brazilian Crunch, Russian Twist, V-Ups
(I have a bunch of additional yoga poses to try but I usually add one of those at a time and then work on it for a while; feel free to suggest others)
I really need to spend an hour on the weight machines as I haven't done those in two weeks. I have a project deadline tomorrow so I will be getting in minimal workouts until the weekend.
I attended a seminar on Heart Rate Variability and it has predictive value for a lot of stressors and diseases including cancer. The technology to easily get a reading is still early stages though. I can get a heart rate variability measure but it's a pain - I have a chest heartrate strap and an App on my watch that measures HRV but putting it on likely affects the readings. The more convenient models just clip on your finger.