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Sugar Eats Sugar

This is the story of a skinny, hyper teenager with an unfair metabolic advantage who grows up, slowly gets chubbier and chubbier, and begins to realize that the belt notch must stop somewhere, else she will not grow up to be the bungee jumping grandma she's always wanted. Now, she's out to teach her sugar-addict self to return to the basics of food preparation and eat pre-industrialized foods, master her sugar cravings, learn that veggies are edible, and—while she's at it—embrace the outdoor ...
This is the story of a skinny, hyper teenager with an unfair metabolic advantage who grows up, slowly gets chubbier and chubbier, and begins to realize that the belt notch must stop somewhere, else she will not grow up to be the bungee jumping grandma she's always wanted. Now, she's out to teach her sugar-addict self to return to the basics of food preparation and eat pre-industrialized foods, master her sugar cravings, learn that veggies are edible, and—while she's at it—embrace the outdoor adventurer within.
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Member Since: 6/5/2011

SparkPoints: 1,899

Fitness Minutes: 1,784

My Goals:
Prepare as much from scratch as possible

Don't eat ingredients I don't recognize, and avoid over processed forms (ie: white flour, white sugar)

Eat only meat (and dairy) from animals that live and eat like their genetics intend them to.

Don't over eat.

Reduce sugar intake/ wean self onto less sweet things, use small amounts of honey, etc.

Continue last summers vegetable garden learning experiences.

Embrace the outdoor adventurer within.


My Program:
Cooking from scratch, learning to make things (like yogurt) the old fashioned way. Read nutrition books and learn to separate fact from fiction. Concentrate on what will make me healthier today and in my old age, and not on what makes for fast weight loss. Stop poisoning my body and wearing down my organs prematurely.

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LAZAR2
9/7/2012 12:44:17 AM

Challenge accepted! I will do 33 minutes of nonstop running on Sunday! Thanks for the extra motivation!



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LAZAR2
8/7/2012 11:32:15 PM

I just saw your post on a message board about chocolate, and we basically suggested the same hot chocolate (except you smartly use honey instead of sugar). I'm going to add you as a friend and maybe we will discover more similarities!



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