I'm with @CECILANN...Do what will work best for you!
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I think the most important thing is that you have identified candy as one trigger food you have more trouble with. I would agree with the other poster who said, in response to whether you should re-do the week, that it depends on how you feel. I think that if you find yourself at the end of the week still battling this, maybe repeat the week. But hang in there! Its a tough road to avoid sweets and change your eating habits, but you have already started by identifying what your weaknesses are. Just take it one day at a time, and develop a game plan to help not slip up in the future. My one food that I just cannot seem to stop eating is cookies, and I am the same way. If I see cookies, I just eat them without even giving it a second thought. So you aren't alone, we all have something that we just can't resist!
first off... hang in there. sugar addiction is a hard one to kick. when i starting eating and taking care of myself like my life depended on it everything changed. this is the healthiest i've eaten in.... well maybe ever. and with that thought there hasn't been cravings for sugar in quite a while because i have got it out of system... it's hard work... YOU ARE WORTH IT!
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