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My hump

Thursday, January 03, 2013

For some reason, I have a hard time getting past the "one week" mark when I begin an excercise or healthy eating plan. I think it has something to do with cheating on the weekend. One cheat meal becomes a cheat day which becomes a weekend and, before I know it, I'm off track. I'm going to try to be conscious of this fact and hopefully I can get over the "one week hump" this time.

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CHEETARA79 1/3/2013 11:55AM

    Maybe you can figure out a way to work those "cheats" into your meal plan? Instead of having a meal where you eat a burger and fries and call it a cheat, you could have a burger as part of a normal meal.

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BRERRABBIT1 1/3/2013 11:08AM

    Hi Gordonomoreo,
Maybe your cheat days are increasing blood sugar, and therefore increasing your cravings? Good luck!

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