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5/4/12 11:42 A

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Craigsgirl19 -
I too love food, cooking, baking and trying new restaurants and recipes. You said you don't over eat so right there is a big plus, that can be the hard part to try to conquer. I think about food and recipes and look at recipe and baking blogs a lot. I came across a few sites that talk about eating whole foods which sparked an interest for me. I am starting to learn to cook and bake using whole foods that taste really good and I know that they are nutritious and I don't feel like I'm dieting. It is helping me to loose weight but still be able to eat real food. Basically it's cutting out the processed foods and anything that is labeled sugar free, low fat, non fat or diet.

I am sure you will find a way to enjoy food and not feel like you are on a diet, being on a diet makes me grumpy too.



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4/30/12 8:24 P

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ok I'm new to this kinda thing and posted this under wrong forum initially. Anyway, I love food. I love to cook and try food. How to start looking at food as only something my body needs and stop looking at it as something to experience and enjoy?
I don't overeat usually but I love food and look forward to what I can try next. When I try to diet or eat only things my body needs I get very grumpy. Anyone else have this problem?

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