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sugar blog

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Trying to stay clear of sugar and/or sugar binging if I do have some sugar. Not sure if I can allow myself that bit or that desert yet. i'll try allowing myself but if I do go bonkers with it, it will have to be cut out. I was healthiest in my life before when i didn't eat ANYTHING White and of course that meant anything with sugar in it---that included catsup and everything like it. BUT i'm trying to not be so so strict while allowing myself bits and allowing myself to:

LET go of the binge. Replace it with other actions, healthier food.

So far i have done something that is super-- changed my mind set about what i need need need to have when i come home from work hungry. For awhile there== TOOOO DANGED LONG--- i was stopping for ice cream several days a week and it was growing to be more and more often as my stomache grew larger and larger.

Well, here is a fact. i need rest and real food in the afternoon when i get home from work. So, what am i craving now? Well it has some sugar in it. Granny smith apple sugar and some store bought salad dressing along with extra balsamic== added to a huge salad with some mozzeralla to balance out with protein. Wow it is really saving me! It may be my 'tea' and i may have a proper dinner later, but it sets me up for success. i have given myself permission to nap and then get out and do the dog walk when the weather cools or clears and try to do some gentle allowed exercises.

i wish that i were ready to go to the free swimming pool on my campus right after i finish classed. but i'm not ready for that YET. Perhaps i will be soon?

Here's hoping! Here's looking forward to it!

Here's to putting sugar in its place!

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