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Bad food, bad food

Monday, May 23, 2011

Buttered popcorn, milkduds, and chicken express this weekend - scale stayed the same the next morning but whoo - up 4 lbs this morning so being mindful of what I am eating and drinking lots of water.

Oh well - tomorrow is another day!

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HUN.E.B 5/24/2011 11:23PM

    It can take a couple of days for those cheats to show on the scale and prove to us they just arent worth it. Just stay the course, stick to protocol...itll go away!

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SHAWNABABY 5/24/2011 12:29PM

    We all have to prove it to ourselves sooner or later, just how quickly we can gain when we fall of protocol, then we sulk for the day, get back on track and loose the weight gained, only it takes a week to loose what we gained in one day of falling off protocol.
It happens to the best of us.
It is a lesson well lurned.
Stay on track and you will be good.
Have a good week.
Shawna,,,. emoticon emoticon

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KABOOPER 5/24/2011 11:39AM

    It's frustrating, but it will come back off. Drinking your water will help muchly! emoticon

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JIBBIE49 5/24/2011 1:51AM

    Sometimes we are just wanting the TASTE of the food, so it is best to taste it and SPIT it out rather than swallow it and have it in our bodies. Milk Duds are one of those things.
I know it sounds bad to do, but it has worked for me. Cravings last about 10 minutes and when I can get through it, then I don't have the guilt and upset of having swallowed that junk. emoticon

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BKNITNWW 5/23/2011 5:23PM

    It's truly amazing just how fast the weight can just manage to sneak up on us when we're not really paying attention to everything going into our mouths. Tomorrow is a new day to just start fresh.


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