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    LINASMILEY07   13,661
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I had a slip up

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Today I finished my healthy meal and I craved really hard some chips I thought that I was going to eat just 1 chip and I ate so many that I don't know how to count it. I know what I should have done, measured it out in a bag or just don't take them out. I dunno. All I know is I have to do better.

Question that doesn't have anything to do with the above:
If I were to eliminate all sugar from my diet would that be a good thing I have seen this trend in many diet programs.This would include sugar from fruits and veggies.

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COXBETH 12/11/2012 5:20PM

    I know a lot of people who have eliminated processed sugars and have very little fruit in their diet. Most of them went through a really nasty withdrawal period before they felt good though, so you have to prepare yourself for a really rough few weeks. They are all very committed to their diet plans though - they don't eat out, they aren't afraid to skip family and social functions if their diet needs aren't met, etc.

Personally, I like cutting down on stuff first, before eliminating it totally. I use stevia instead of sugar in my coffee, and I usually limit myself to two fruit servings a day. I'm happy with this and not willing (right now) to cut more.

I'd recommend reading some books on sugar addictions and eliminating sugar before getting started so that you really think about what you want to get out of a diet change and to help motivate you if you decide you do want to go through with it.

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NWLIFESRC 12/11/2012 1:31PM

    Just eat normal u do npot have to eliminate anything just eat less of them and when u do slip do better next time

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