LOL, I was just kidding Laufey.
Here's wjhat I was able to dig up though and there seem to be health implications to consider going such a route. Anyway, good luck following your dream/
Athletic amenorrhea, or the cessation of menstruation for six or more months, may seem like a blessing in disguise but that couldn't be further from the truth. The lack of circulating estrogens in the body pose serious health risks for women: premature osteoporosis, impaired performance, infertility, increased risk of injury and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and endometrial cancer.
There appear to be several causes of athletic amenorrhea. Current research indicates that low percentages of body fat, weight loss, excessive training and poor nutrition habits may be involved. Although all of these factors seem to act synergistically, a growing body of evidence points to poor nutrition as one of the most significant causes of athletic amenorrhea.
Studies supporting this evidence report an increase in menstrual abnormalities when exercise in combined with low-calorie diets, as opposed to exercise alone. One survey conducted on the dietary habits of elite female runners showed that, as a group, these women reported eating far fewer calories than might be expected. Only 40 percent of these runners reported eating more than 2,000 calories per day, despite training an average of 10 miles per day. With such heavy training, it would be expected these women would consume well over 2,000 calories. Instead, the reported caloric intake for the non-menstruating runners was about 1,600. Menstruating runners consumed an average of 2,500 calories per day.
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