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5% Blog: Trigger Foods

Monday, February 11, 2013

Yes, I do have trigger foods. I try keeping them out of the house, but I'm not the only one living here. I need to find other ways of coping with trigger foods.

List:

Bread

Cheese

Ice Cream

Peanut Butter

Yogurt

I see a pattern now that they are written out. For the most part, my triggers are proteins. I always have a problem getting enough protein.


What I want to eat:

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Why don't I? For the first week or two of the month I do, but after that there isn't the money for more fruits and veggies. I'm working on my garden plan for this year and am due to start planting March 1. I need to make it a successful garden this year, successful enough to have food to freeze and can.

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MORGANPARK 2/28/2013 7:40PM

    At least it's not chips, cheetos, cookies and candy. I think that's a pretty decent list. It's hard to stay balanced so I understand what you mean.

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AWESOMECHELZ 2/12/2013 8:08AM

    I have the same problem with fruits and vegetables and now I buy mostly frozen. They last the whole month and are more affordable. Good luck with your garden. emoticon Chelsea

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