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No bread day 8

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

This no bread thing isn't as bad as it seemed at first. I think I can really keep this up! I just wanted to write down how I'm feeling to keep me motivated!

Benefits so far:

- No more feeling "heavy" after meals. I still get full but it only lasts for 10-20 minutes and I don't get sleepy.

- Less bloating.

- Helps with that TOM. At the beginning of February I weighed myself almost every day for 2 weeks and had a range of 9 lbs!!!! Well this is the week before and I haven't lost or gained weight in the past week. No crazy weight differences. So I may have lost weight not sure.

So far these are the benefits I see after only 8 days without bread. I'm really excited to see the results at the end which is April 20th. 5 1/2 weeks left!

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PLIDC1 3/12/2014 2:35PM


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KELLYFIT123 3/12/2014 1:44PM

    I stopped eating bread and all gluten when I learned that I had celiac disease. I felt so much better within a day or two. It was amazing how bad gluten made me feel and I didn't even realize it.

I'm glad you're seeing affects but not so severe. That weight fluctuation is incredible though!

And thanks for your comment on my SparkPage today. I know you are busy and I don't expect a response to every comment! Just keep up the good work, friend!

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ALLIEALLIE2 3/12/2014 1:30PM


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SPICEMWE 3/12/2014 11:01AM

    Going low carb made me realize how badly things like bread and pasta mess with my stomach. Oh my goodness the bloating!! I'm glad it's working out for you; I know it's not for everyone.


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MJRVIC2000 3/12/2014 10:48AM

    Be A VICTOR and not a VICTIM. God Bless YOU! Vic.

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