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We the People... time for another Peaceful Protest?

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Yesterday the US recognized Dr Martin Luther King Jr Day... Dr King promoted peaceful / non-violent protests as being the most effective weapon against “a racist and unjust society” until his assassination in 1968.

As we tend to do when celebrating historic events/people... I thought not only about how things have changed in society since then, but also about the challenges we face as a society today. One of the greatest challenges today: higher than ever rates of overweight people and obesity – and this problem knows no racial, gender, or age boundaries.

What changes have "public protests" forced towards the goal of improving the health of US residents? Some targeted fast food restaurants to add healthier menu options. Were they “successful” for the "businesses"? Nope - people don’t buy them regularly. Are they still on the menus? Yup – to quote as public relations tag lines…. There are many, many contributors to this weighty issue (yup, pun intended!)

I’ve made personal changes that are supporting my personal goals. So what can “We the People” do next in the form of Peaceful Protest to influence changes that will positively impact “We the People”?

Is there a villain in this story? Is there an industry to target?

I'm looking forward to your thoughts and comments...

  
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FILLANGES 1/18/2012 4:57PM

    Great responses. I stopped going to fast food "places" in 2003. Based on the fact that they were neither fast nor what I would call food! I however continued in my obesity and actually gained for they next 5 years. Food sellers are not to blame. We feed ourselves and we all make our own choices. I'd say education would be a huge step in the right direction. When I found this site and began to read and learn all about what foods to eat and how foods react to our bodies and what nutrients are in certain foods, it changed my whole way of eating. Thanks for allowing my two cents in here. Take care and God Bless!

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SABLENESS 1/18/2012 8:42AM

    It takes critical mass. We can all keep making healthy choices. Great blog!

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 1/18/2012 3:21AM

    REALLY A GREAT QUESTION AND GREAT ANSWERS. I THINK IT IS SO TIED UP IN MONEY, FOOD INDUSTRY, SCHOOL SYSTEM, MODERN DAY LIFE AND THE IMPATIENCE THAT COMES WITH IT...WE DON'T WANT TO WAIT FOR ANYTHING...FROM FOOD TO HOUSES WE CAN'T AFFORD. IT DOES HAVE TO BEGIN WITH PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY, AS IF WE DON'T BUY IT, THEY CAN'T SELL IT. I ALSO HAVE A HARD TIME WITH THE HEALTHY OPTION BEING THE USUAL EXPENSIVE ONE! WE ALSO DON'T TAKE THINGS FAR ENOUGH...FOR EXAMPLE, SUBWAY IS ONE OF THE FEW PLACES FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET SOMETHING BETTER, BUT, WHY NOT LOW SODIUM MEATS, FRESHER CHICKEN IN THE CHICKEN BREAST INSTEAD OF SOMETHING SODIUM LADEN? AND WHY CAN'T PLACES OFFER FRUIT? COME ON, MOST PEOPLE LIKE GRAPES AND APPLES...I KNOW KIWIS ARE NOT GOING TO APPEAR, BUT...SOMETHING?! AND I STILL THINK MANY FAST FOODS COULD BE "CLEANED UP"...WHERE IS THE LOW FAT TURKEY BURGER? WHERE IS THE MULTIGRAIN BUN? AND NOW THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT HOME DELIVERY FOR BURGER KING?? OMG, NOW WE WON'T EVEN NEED TO GET UP TO WALK TO THE CAR TO DRIVE THROUGH, THEY CAN BRING IT TO YOUR DOOR??? WE DO NEED HELP! IT TOOK A LONG TIME FOR CIGARETTES TO GET TO WHERE IT IS NOW AND I TRULY SUSPECT THIS WILL, TOO. WE HAVE PEOPLE LIKE JAMIE OLIVER TRYING TO SHOW HOW SCHOOL LUNCHES COULD BE IMPROVED AND IT WAS AMAZING...BUT THE WALLS HE HIT WERE UNREAL...THERE IS AN ENTIRE GROUP OUT THERE WHO DO NOT WANT IT CHANGED. I DON'T HAVE ANSWERS EITHER...JUST THOUGHTS, AND TO TRY TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR MYSELF AND THE WISEST CHOICES. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JENN26POINT2 1/17/2012 4:17PM

    I get so annoyed by all the fast food places when I'm in a hurry and looking for something to eat quickly. Recently, I've been frequenting Subway as an alternative, even though it's not the greatest.

It drives me nuts that there are so few "healthy" options on the roads/in a pinch. Subway is a step in the right direction, but it's still miles away from where we need to be.

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TAMPATINK67 1/17/2012 3:13PM

    I agree there is a lot more than fast food making We the People fat... Lack of exercise, too much sugar (even hidden in foods), portions everywhere out of control, etc. I also believe in personal accountability.

But we are a country under attack - by fat! So is there a villain to be targeted with a rally cry of All for One, and One for All? (The cigarette industry still exists, but in a much different form than previously existed.)

I still believe one person can make a difference - and the adult public park comments below are just the kind of action to improve things in your area.

Trust me - I don't have an answer... Just reaching out to my Sparkys to see if any other activist minded individuals had some thoughts or ideas!

Lovin the comments so far!


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MIMMICA 1/17/2012 2:42PM

    The last time I checked, i didn't see any evidence that people are being forced to go to the fast food places.

People need to take responsibility for their own choices.

But that's just my opinion!

Have a great day!


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LAKEGIRL72 1/17/2012 1:41PM

    I tend to believe in personal responsibility so I'm not too quick to blame "big food", but a lot of blame lies there for how they have industrialized our food supply. Educating people about health risks makes sense to me. This is a time to try changing hearts and minds one at a time. Unfortunately we can't force health on people. It is so sad that people are ruining their health with eating behaviors. It is like calling cigarettes "cancer sticks". Now it is highly processed foods, sugars and trans-fats that are killing people. And, they are so addicted that they can't see their way out of it. When I get confident about paleo (my own blood results, weight maintenance, energy, serenity, etc.) I will be speaking out to all who will listen. If there are enough paleo/primal enthusiasts businesses will hop on the train to offer products/restaurants for us - "follow the money". Interested to see what others think. Thanks for posting this topic!!

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SHORTLY 1/17/2012 1:32PM

    Start with the schools, they are serveing more meals than ever, some even breakfast and lunch and these meals are mostly carbs. Not a good way to develope healthy habits. We can only change so much but if we focus on one thing at a time then we can change everything.

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TRULYVISIBLE 1/17/2012 1:29PM

  I have a business that sometimes puts me on the road. Last month I had to drive 8 hours on a freeway used a lot by truckers. For 8 hours I saw one fast food restaurant after another from the freeway. I tried to google parks within 15 minutes from the freeway within those 8 hours and not one. I cannot sit for 8 hours and need to stop every 3 hours to stretch my legs. The only places to walk was circling fast food places.

Yesterday I read a blog from a woman living in Brazil. She talked about adult parks in Brazil. I googled and it was the best idea ever. I wished we had them in the states. You don't need lots of land for it. One thing in the park was something like ellipticals lined up. If only there were rest stops on my drive that had adult parks. Even a fruit vending machine there as well would be great.

There is no industry to target. People eat fast foods so we can't blame the fast food industry. If they didn't have customers they would close their doors. I think the answer is making your little piece of the world healthier. I would like to see adult parks and have talked to neighbors and we are writing letters and seeing what we can do to have this implemented.





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SHERYLDS 1/17/2012 1:25PM

    the only way 'society' thrives is by understanding the root of the problems , taking proactive steps to correct the problems, educating people to a 'healthier' way of thinking (thru better school food programs, and the media exposure). The problem with being physically handicapped by weight, is aggravated by the fact that a lot of people continue self destructing because they get more depressed rather than get committed to changing their dilemna.
Real Change comes from within...

•“All blame is a waste of time. No matter how much fault you find with another, and regardless of how much you blame him, it will not change you.” ~Wayne Dyer Quotes

•“If it’s never our fault, we can’t take responsibility for it. If we can’t take responsibility for it, we’ll always be its victim.” ~Richard Bach

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It is official - 50 lbs down...

Sunday, January 15, 2012

50 pounds ago I started this journey - with my size 22 clothes getting tight and a few 24s in the closet. Today I set aside the 18w jeans my sister bought me for Christmas and put on the 16w jeans I had purchased at the same time (since they were on sale and I knew I'd need them eventually) - who knew that would be only a month later...

To celebrate, today I went to that mall store known for engraving Things, found a sterling necklace on sale, and had the front engraved with "Citius, Altius, Fortius" (Latin Olympic motto Faster, Higher, Stronger), and the back engraved with "#50 Cave Girl" to celebrate the 50 lb loss and remember how I got here.



To finish the celebration, I took friends out to a Paleo dinner at one of my favorite restaurants (Mexican - chicken vegetable soup, shrimp/avo ceviche, and a side salad). Then we went bowling... not my favorite sport - but no one was taking it too serious and it was a great chance to move after dinner given that it's quite cold at nights now. (I know - it's relative, but this is cold for us too!)

There've been no short cuts, no diet supplements, no "magic" pill, spray, or Pixie Dust to get me here. Just changing the foods I eat (to what My body can handle) and Moving.

Looking forward to continuing this journey...

Take Care of You... No one else can do that for you!

  
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SABLENESS 1/18/2012 6:59PM

    Awesome celebration! And what a beautiful memento of your accomplishment. I LOVE the inscription. Keep Sparking, friend; that other 50's going to go!

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FILLANGES 1/18/2012 4:45PM

    CONGRATS to you on the 50 pounds gone forever!!! Keep up those great efforts! I'm reejoicing with you! Take care and God Bless!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LAKEGIRL72 1/16/2012 8:59PM

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You rocked it! I love the necklace to remind you of your achievement...although, I think you'll remember every time you step into those new jeans!! (Maybe boots at the next milestone?)

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FITKAT62 1/16/2012 6:33PM

    Awesome! emoticon

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CANNIE50 1/16/2012 3:41PM

    emoticon - so impressive.

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SHERYLDS 1/16/2012 11:44AM

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CONGRATULATIONS !!!

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FIFIFRIZZLE 1/16/2012 10:56AM

    Wow I am so happy for you! That s quite the achievement. Can imagine how proud you must be and how wonderful to have such a reward for your hard work and persistence!
I love that you awarded yourself a medal!
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BROCOLIJOLI 1/16/2012 9:15AM

    Congrats!!!!!! That is awesome!!!! Love the necklace.

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JNPMUDDIN 1/16/2012 8:41AM

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I sparked this as it sparked me and I plan on sharing this with my spark friends. I am going to keep this handy so I can read it again and again. No Pixie Dust!!! No Spray!!! I loved those two ideas.

Congrats and keep up the wonderful food changes.

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TRULYVISIBLE 1/16/2012 7:08AM

  Love the necklace. Congratulations!

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 1/16/2012 5:04AM

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I just LOVE you got yourself the necklace and celebrated with friends!
Fantastic!
Mary

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BLUE42DOWN 1/16/2012 4:49AM

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BEENIE76 1/16/2012 1:33AM

  Congratulations!! My story as far as size and weight lost so far is almost exactly the same. Feels great, doesn't it?

Keep up the good work!

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JULIESJOURNEY71 1/16/2012 1:08AM

    Congrats on your progress! emoticon I love the reward that you bought for yourself to commemorate this wonderful occasion!

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GODSGLORYGIRL 1/16/2012 12:06AM

    That's an awesome accomplishment! I just saw the beginning of your post in my sidebar because I just joined the "40 somethings wanting to lose 100+ pounds" Spark Team. Seeing your clothing sizes go down must be an awesome feeling. I've been trying to motivate myself with visualizations of myself wearing smaller sizes. It's a very powerful image.

Enjoy your newfound freedom in the smaller jeans and CONGRATULATIONS! emoticon

Paula

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WILDNTEXAS 1/15/2012 11:41PM

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Sounds like you had a great time celebrating this fabulous NSV!

Keep on keeping on

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NOMOREREGRETS01 1/15/2012 11:40PM

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thank you - and the winner is... Don't fix what ain't broke!

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Since you asked:  I feel fabulous, it almost feels too easy (great point Celest - easy relative to other diets because I am following the diet, and it is working! - and that has not always been the case!) - guess that's why I was really thinking about a change.  My success so far, 1/3 to goal, comes down to not putting food in my mouth that my body apparently can't handle - which is sugars, starches, and processed foods.  And there is certainly no diet or workout boredom!  And this is NOT low-carb, because I get tons of carbs from natural sources - non-starchy veggies and fresh fruits.

I am constantly challenged - shopping for and ordering only what My Body can handle as fuel (and I eat only when hungry and only til full, so some meals are much bigger than others).  

Dinner at a smaller mid-range steakhouse last night included, house salad w red wine vinegar (no cheese, no croutons), half of my 7 oz steak, all the steamed broccoli, plus two extra sides - grilled mixed veggies, and sauteed mushrooms (w a little box to take home what will be incredible salad toppings for lunch today)!  What did I WANT - bread and butter, creamy salad dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, and dessert.  

Either I really was a sugar addict OR my body chemistry is just not "normal" in how it reacts to these foods based on my genetic predisposition to diabetes - both parents, all grandparents, and all aunts/uncles except One...

So in addition to the walking, I am doing the Spark Official January JumpStart Challenge - my first challenge - so that's adding a little variety.  And the steps are keeping me in the sun (with sunscreen, sunglasses, hat and protective long sleeves).

Thanks for your opinions and guidance - I'll look to change things up either when weight loss slows or when I cross over from the "obese" into the "overweight" category!  

Oh well, on to the next 50#s!




  
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HMATTAX 1/15/2012 12:55AM

    No, you are are not weird to be craving the bread, dessert and caloric stuff.

I found out what you did about body being healthier without the refined foods--my body actively hates all things gluten, so most prepared foods are out.

The cravings will get better with time away from breads and saucy things, but they never really go away. On the other hand, just knowing how much good you are doing for your body can be a great motivator! (And a heck of a lot of calories are in that bread basket too...especially since I was one of those people who got two or three REFILLS of the bread basket, and that is not even including dinner.)

Grats on the progress!
--Heather

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 1/14/2012 7:10PM

    AND I HAVE EVERY CONFIDENCE YOU WILL MAKE THAT NEXT 50...AND THE NEXT GOAL YOU SET. YOU ARE DOING A TERRIFIC JOB AND IT HELPS TO HEAR HOW YOU ARE HANDLING THESE SITUATIONS OUT.
TAKE CARE AND TRUST US...IT AIN'T BROKE!
GO GIRL!
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CELEST 1/14/2012 2:34PM

    Sounds good and balanced to me too. Well done on the weight you've lost SO EASILY so far.

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CIRANDELLA 1/14/2012 1:18PM

    CONGRATULATIONS, TAMPATINK!!

You've become wise and sensitive about your eating preferences and habits, and it's paid off handsomely for you :) Congratulations for both your achievements and your insight!
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CIRANDELLA 1/14/2012 1:18PM

    CONGRATULATIONS, TAMPATINK!!

You've become wise and sensitive about your eating preferences and habits, and it's paid off handsomely for you :) Congratulations for both your achievements and your insight!
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Sparkly Blogosphere: Please guide my next step...!

Friday, January 13, 2012

I'm down 47lbs - still averaging loosing 10lbs a month.

Eating plan:  Paleo/Primal/Nautural Balanced Diet
                           To clarify - no sugar, grain, starchy veggies, 
                            processed foods, and essentially no dairy.
No kidding - no whoopsies.

Exercise:  10,000 steps/day

Physical History:   never been an athlete!  I have previously had problems w my right knee (all good now), and my left ankle (weak, re-spraining is not uncommon....).

Other info:  I am still 50+ lbs away from the shift from Obese to Overweight; and, about 100 lbs from final goal weight "range".  To date I have not added in more "exercise" to avoid injuring (or re-injuring) myself... which I have done in the past when working with a personal trainer...

So my question is:

-  Should I change up my workouts to include stationary bike work for CV/endurance purposes, or an eccentric resistance workout to help with burning fat? I'm kinda afraid to change up anything in the routine since I'm still loosing 10 lbs a month. My original plan was to add these in once "just overweight".

So based on your knowledge and experience:

     Don't fix what isn't broken (no change to routine yet!)...
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Just go for it... Add in the additional exercises to start building fitness as well as loosing weight?
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HOUNDLOVER1 1/19/2012 10:51PM

    I only found this blog now and I would suggest adding baby steps of exercise. This could be a little more walking every week and/or a small amount of lifting (no fancy gym membership required, a couple handheld weights for a few uppor body exercises, a gymnastics ball to do a few ball crunches. Build up very slowly and only do anything new every other day or even every third day to give your muscles lots of time to reover and get stronger. emoticon

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SABLENESS 1/14/2012 8:16AM

    You're doing so well! The only thing I'd add to the other comments is how do you feel about what you're doing? Are you beginning to get twinges of boredom with your routine? If so, or if you'd just like to experiment, maybe consider adding one of the strength training exercises to what you already do and see how it feels. You're paying close attention to what your body needs and is capable of at this point. Keep that up, and you'll know what to do.

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 1/14/2012 8:03AM

    emoticon DON'T FIX WHAT AIN'T BROKEN!
YOU ARE DOING A GREAT JOB. REEVALUATE WHEN THINGS SLOW DOWN, BUT GOOD TO THINK OF IT NOW SO YOU HAVE A PLAN FOR LATER.
CONTINUED SUCCESS...

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EDITOR 1/14/2012 5:36AM

    I became addicted to exercise once (4 hours a day) not understanding plateaus which can nail you 4 weeks or so until you ride them out. I think you are doing a fantastic job and don't think you should fix what is not broken.
Peace be unto you and JOY!

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LAKEGIRL72 1/13/2012 7:20PM

    I go with option 1, no change in routine yet. Maybe you could use this time to think about what kind of workout you'll be wanting to add. You are doing great!



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BLUE42DOWN 1/13/2012 4:36PM

    The one thing you didn't mention is whether you're doing any sort of strength training at all. I could see adding a little of that in because it's not trying to change up what's working - it's adding something that works a whole different area of fitness.

But I'm not a fan of the apparent Personal Trainer mantra of constantly change things to keep the body guessing. I'd rather get stronger and more efficient, then adapt or intensify when needed (as indicated by a plateau). So I'd lean more to the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mindset and say to stick with what works until it starts showing signs of slowing down.

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INNERATHLETE111 1/13/2012 3:48PM

    I agree. No change necessary right now but don't let boredom get in the way. If you are bored with the workout just try something else one day. Regardless, stick with it! Great job on your plan and weight loss. Thanks for sharing! emoticon

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CELEST 1/13/2012 1:54PM

    I believe in not fixing something that aint broken. When your weight loss slows down, then change it up. But that's me, lets see what others who've been where you are say.

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So a CaveGirl walks into another Italian restaurant (Filomena-DC)

Wednesday, January 11, 2012


for a work dinner with 14 people.  The team leader starts by ordering wine and apps for the table... None of the apps are Paleo appropriate... So grab the waiter and add meatballs - best option I could find...

Of course, bread baskets were plentiful - but I was not to be swayed!

Salads were next (by my request - we ordered 5 for the table and split)...

Then came entrees - did you want pasta, pasta, or pasta?  The fish of the day was Salmon (not a fan), lots of breaded and fried veal, etc., all w pasta or other starch on the side.  

So, obviously..., I ordered the NY strip w lump crab meat on top and asked to substitute all sides for spinach (menu listed it w evoo, garlic, pine nuts, and raisins).  Came out as per menu and waiter went back to get me the side of spinach.  Girl to my right ate the menu sides, and half my steak and spinach!  Plenty to share!

Let me reinforce - my choices were NO sacrifice at all - the food was all incredibly fresh, perfectly cooked and spiced and tasted amazing!  It was just "different" than what I would have ordered 6 months ago....

When it was time for the dessert (club soda w lime please), everyone ordered amazingly decadent (and generous) options.  And only one person had enough left over to pack and take back to the hotel!  And, while there was quite a bit of plate swapping, I never tried any of it.

With other diets I've tried in the past, this would have turned into a major binge from the start - bread.  I can only imagine that the lack of desire/cravings is from having removed all processed foods from my diet and that is keeping me motivated...  That, And the weight loss...  And that my brain is engaged before things go in my mouth...  And that I'm on SparkPeople this time and feel accountable to "all Y'all" (that is the proper southern plural of y'all)....

By the time we left, everyone else was holding their stomachs complaining about how much they ate.  I was smiling because I knew while we have just completed a 4 hour business dinner - I had amazing food, stuck to my eating  plan, stayed well within calorie range for the day, and felt fabulous and ready for a good night of rest....

Healthier options are available no matter where you are or are heading. For me, I simply have to engag my brain - not just go with old habits and what I think I "like"... And do things differently than I've done before - that is what is getting me results that are different than I've ever had before....

  
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NIKKI1S 1/17/2012 10:18PM

    I laughed. You're amazingly strong. I can't deal with the no bread deal. Congrats to you, I can't imagine how hard that would have been. Thanks for the comment!

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FITKAT62 1/12/2012 10:58PM

    Good for You! It's funny how good you feel when you manage to eat sensibly in a restaurant.

I am finally at the point where I can go to a buffet at an Indian restaurant and have a tiny taste of everything and feel totally satisfied. I no longer feel like I have to get my moneys worth, LOL.

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GOURMETLOSER 1/12/2012 9:08AM

    YOu did so incredibly well. Good for you. WTG

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GINAV2 1/12/2012 7:16AM

    FANTASTIC story, way to go! emoticon

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MEWHENRYSMAMA 1/12/2012 3:44AM

    WOW GIRL, I AM SO IMPRESSED...SOMEHOW WE NEED TO REMEMBER A INTERESTING TRADE OFF...IF WE CAN PLOW THROUGH AND EAT RIGHT, THEN AT THE END, WE WALK AWAY LIKE YOU DID WITH A LASTING FEELING OF EMPOWERMENT, HEALTH, CONTROL AND PHYSICAL COMFORT (NOT TO MENTION A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP), INSTEAD OF A MOMENTARY BINGE AND RESULTING PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ANGUISH, THAT LASTS LONG AFTER THE DINNER! THIS IS SO POWERFUL...GOOD FOR YOU AND THANKS FOR SHARING.
CONTINUED SUCCESS...
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CANDOIT54 1/11/2012 5:33PM

    Congratulations on your healthy eating and sticking with it.

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SHERYLDS 1/11/2012 5:32PM

    BIG APPLAUSE....
and I know how tempting those business dinners can be
Ya did good

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LAKEGIRL72 1/11/2012 5:30PM

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TRULYVISIBLE 1/11/2012 5:12PM

  Congratulations on your healthy choices.

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LIMASTAR 1/11/2012 4:53PM

  Congrats on your healthy eating and resisting very strong temptation.

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