Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.

    FLYINGTIGER   2,220
1,000-2,499 SparkPoints

What's Wrong with Me?

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

I know myself pretty well. I've known my innnermost thoughts for half a century. I am a keen student of myself. But things have turned wierd and I don't have an explanation.

Yesterday I ran for 5 miles. It was for me a historic run. When I came home I had a hunger for a huge salad, which I ate. Today I ate a large salad for lunch. At dinner I had two large salads with a chicken breast.

Now I'm a fan of good salads. But after a lot of workouts I'd expect a hunger for more carbs. Nope!

Now I know I said, "Do the program, get the results." But this is not what I was thinking would happen.

What a long strange trip... sounds like it's taking a healthier turn!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
HOCKEYFAN_019 3/29/2010 9:05AM

    Great job that you're listening! Most of us just eat without thinking, but you're going about it the right way!

Report Inappropriate Comment
SANDRARENATA1 3/21/2010 3:56PM

    It really does surprise you when your body tells you it doesn't want the junk. Kinda funny huh? Hey, but the way, you look really familiar. Ya think we might know each other from somewhere?

Report Inappropriate Comment
RUN2MYDREAMS 3/21/2010 5:43AM

    emoticon That's emoticon Your body is expressing to you what it likes & needs for fuel!

Report Inappropriate Comment

    A couple of weeks ago, I told my wife I was getting full at dinner. Then I realized I had eaten a "normal" serving. Once your body gets used to a healthy lifestyle, it adjusts to it. Isn't it great?

Report Inappropriate Comment
PATHUMPHRIES 3/16/2010 12:52AM

    Sounds like you are listening to your body cues and eating what you need. Quite a metamorphosis isn't it. Congratulations.

Report Inappropriate Comment

Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

Log in to post a comment.

Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.

Other Entries by FLYINGTIGER