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No sugar, flour, wheat (and I'm not dead yet!)

Monday, July 21, 2008

Just checking in here to apologize for being AWOL from SP lately.

I finally found a food plan that works - woo hoo! I still have to plan/track my food every day and I really hate to do that (I think I hate it even more than exercise if that's possible)

It's been 21 days now without sugar, flour, wheat and my cravings are GONE! I feel FANTASTIC! People have already started telling me that I look like I'm losing weight... but part of the program is weighing the food everyday (not weighing ME) -- apparently, the fat is flying off because my clothes already feel better.

I will weigh myself only once a month, and I will start getting outside again this week to start walking again...

I know, it sounds crazy - but it works! (It has to work - I've tried everything else under the sun at this point...)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BLACK_UNICORN11 7/22/2008 10:57AM

    Hey buddy! I've been AWOL too, but am back on plan. It's great that you've found a plan that works! No sugar, flour, or wheat? I don't think I have that willpower. Good for you for sticking to it! I'm trying the couch to 5K program - have had people tell me they couldn't lose weight until they started running, so I figured it's worth a shot. Started last night.

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SMYLEERED 7/21/2008 4:15PM

    I'm glad it works for you. It works for me too. Keep trucking!

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CMONDAY 7/21/2008 11:27AM

    I've been waiting, & waiting for that personal apology emoticon .

Yeah, weighing food, not people. I'm gonna pass that on to my doctor's office. They will be delighted when I bring in my frig contents. emoticon

Oh yea, and nice job, my dear!

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