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Welcome to the Team!
Thanks Ann for your advice...:)
If you can don't even drink diet soda it has the same affect mentally and it kicks in your insulin because your body thinks it is getting sugar. This makes you crave more.
Try and make it a game with your friends if they can try and get you only the foods you shoud eat.
Do you realise that the burger buns have a huge amount of sugar in them and other fast food has combinations that make you want more dont give in to the trickery.
Good luck Ann
I will be proud of myself I will do good things and good things will come to me I will believe that life is worth living and you create your own destiny
My name is Rhonda and I'm addicted to candy and regular soda and junk food.
I never thought I had an addiction till I started reading a book on the addictions this guy was facing.
His symptoms he was facing were on the same basis of what I was dealing with in soda and sugar. I don't eat junk food or regular soda at home because, my boyfriend would never let me do that to myself when i'm on a diet.
I've done pretty good in the past couple months with my addiction at home. I eat yogurt and healthy cereal as my sweets, and drink diet soda instead of regular.
Then I go to school...Where the soda is, and the vending machines with candy, and friends who bring you bad fast food. Or when I go to the laundry mat I see soda and candy and no one else is around me. Thats when my addiction kicks in and I have to have soda and junk food and candy.
There are times when I just need that sugar that I might have a sip or two and end up throwing the soda away, It almost feels like I need a fix of that kind of stuff to make me feel better, but it ends up making me sick and guilty.
I'm trying to beat this addiction and I'm getting a little better, but it's no where near where I want to be. So that's why I wanted to join this team and be able to discuss this with people who are going through the same things.