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I was SO hungry today

Sunday, November 15, 2009

I was so hungry that I cheated. I ate some pretzel chips. I'm glad they were in individual serving packs or I would have eaten the whole bag. Good thing I didn't have any candy in the house. When I looked back through my journal I realized it was the same exact day in round one that I went off protocol. Last time it was chips, watermelon & cherries.

I wonder if it is because TOM is due that I couldn't resist a treat.
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  • FAITH_SPALDING
    The Simeons HCG protocol is a VERY unhealthy approach to weight loss. It is good that you "cheated" and gave your body what it needed.

    SparkPeople does NOT approve of the HCG diet. That is why they made the HCG groups invisible to the public.. Yes, the weight might come off fast, but no one knows the long term consequences of keeping your calorie level so low and forcing your body to live off stored fat for so long. Please read this article and at least consider getting off this dangerous diet plan.

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    2198 days ago
  • JLANIJ
    I was DEFINITELY more hungry with TOM coming up, and the end of my round. My tummy would sit there and rumble, and I just drank more. I think I had an extra baked apple one night.

    You are doing awesome! Don't sweat it!
    2579 days ago
  • SAPPAS1
    You are doing so well and your losses are great! It happens. It is rather interesting that this happened at the exact same time last round....... Hang in there .... you must be excited to be so much closer to your goal!
    2580 days ago
  • KAMMYS_NEW_LIFE
    TOM can sometimes do that to you.....be strong and drink tons of water! YOU CAN DO IT!

    Hugs,
    Kammy
    2580 days ago
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