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MMRLI11
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I think is under control

Friday, March 23, 2012

Ok... i can't say I have gone totally wheatless. Wheat is in EVERYTHING!!!! It's so annoying. I can say that I do feel better on the days I don't eat it. One other interesting thing has happened, which is mentioned in the "Wheat belly" book but I really didn't believe it. I stopped craving sugar to such a degree. I still want something sweet but unlike a few months ago I can have a few pieces and stop. I have never been able to have a few pieces and stop before.

Also, I don't feel the constant unending hunger that I did before. I mean I was ALWAYS hungry. I would eat and then be hungry right after I eat. I never felt satisfied and the more sugar I had the more I craved it. Becase of this I find I am eating a bit healthier slowly I have been trying to work healther stuff back into my diet. I have yet to see any weight loss but i don't think that is because of my diet anymore. In any case, I finally don't feel so out of control when it comes to food. That to me is huge.....
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  • v EGALITAIRE
    Change is a process not an event - staying on the path of continuously making small incremental adjustments in the direction that works will make a huge difference over time. Stay the course.
    1527 days ago
  • v OOLALA53
    Just not eating sugar during the week has made a big dent in feeling I need it. Eating less food and less often in general has made many changes, and I feel it's workable for the long term. Have to admit I don't see jettisoning wheat, but you never know. emoticon
    1528 days ago
  • v HOUNDLOVER1
    Sounds like you are making great progress. If you keep taking baby steps in the right direction it will get easier all the time.
    For me it also helped to eat my food slowly and enjoy every bite. That is even easier if you know that you won't be craving more soon after. The miracle of reduced levels of insulin are the cause. emoticon

    Cheers,
    Birgit
    1528 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/23/2012 11:20:56 PM
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