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Friday, August 02, 2013

Had a good time read my SPARK SOLUTION again. love the RECIPES.

8pm. It is as if I mentally am afraid to loose weight. Does that make any since. I loose weight and am doing well then something happens and I tell myself that just one piece of fudge or cookie won't hurt. Before I know what happened I have eaten fudge for 3 or 4 days every time I see it I buy it and eat it all. Then I feel miserable. And I spend weeks getting back on track. Fudge is o e of those foods I really struggle with. I used to make 3 or 4 pounds at a time and eat it every day. I don't make fudge anymore. But I did buy it 3 times on Monday and Tuesday this week then I ate it at the buffet on Tuesday.

8/8/13 - that Spark Guy is pretty smart. He is right on the money with what's happening with me. I need to learn moderation in all things. For now I will not use sugar free deserts to replace regular deserts, I find myself out of control from with them also. I'm trying to do the sugar detox the dietasion recommended and have failed miserably all week. I will eat regular not diet products and in moderation for the rest of today and tomorrow.
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    Maybe the fudge reminds you of your childhood or some time in your past when you felt safe and secure and content. In any case, it's an addiction to you and is definitely messing up your goal to achieve a balanced diet. I think you should avoid it, period. You will lose the urge to eat it after a while if you quit it cold turkey. Best to you!

    DeAnne, Missourians Team

    1686 days ago
  • DEBORAH2180
    My vice is chocolate chip cookies. I literally had to avoid places that sell amazing cookies. My husband would bring home cookies for me too and I convinced my kids to hide them before I actually see them...or if I saw them before being removed, the kids will literally take them out of the house and share with their friends until it was all gone! Yay!

    Maybe you just have to avoid places that sell those yummy morsels and find a suitable substitute that will curb the craving. Sabotaging is in me too. Losing weight is hard work and it is so easy to sabotage ourselves just to say that we failed at dieting...and then give ourselves the excuses to eat everything and anything. So, just tell yourself that YOU are worth it, to be healthy!

    Good luck!
    1687 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Enjoy your time off.
    1688 days ago
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