My first week started out good, then I decided to have a small ice cream cone. Well that was it. I also came home to a very sick husband. My answer as always is binge and I haven't stopped. I need to remember my addiction and treat all sugar like poison. It certainly is to me.
Hoping to stay away from sugar totally for week two and starting to get the scale to come down again instead of up, up and up.
current weight: 189.0
Fitness Minutes: (57,184) Posts: 60 7/20/14 3:21 P
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current weight: 138.0
Fitness Minutes: (9,049) Posts: 190 7/7/14 9:59 A
week 1 was ok. weigh in said i lost half a pound at the wellness center but i am still at 210. i sure wish it would get off that number. maybe this week may do it even if it is 1/2 pound again. that will be 209, lol. wish me luck. havent felt good last two days but i hope it doesnt interfere with how i am eating and through me back into storing fat mood. wish everyone a good second week ahead.
So I started the sweet tooth challenge last week. My weaknesses is bread and ice cream, I watched this documentary on Netflix called Hungry for Change and one of the food experts talk about dieting and how it affects those psychologically, I decided to make an effort by saying "i could have it but I will not eat it." I'm in week two and yesterday and the day prior I had a pastry, but mostly whenever I get an urge I usually will have fruit or dark chocolate. After reading the articles and taking the quizzes online I didn't realize how sugar is almost EVERYTHING I eat. It will be a challenge but I'm looking forward to it! :)
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