I have started the Low Glycemic Index Diet also. I have some new health problems that I wouldn't have had if I had done this years ago. My sweet tooth is nagging at me everyday. The transition is challenging for me.
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You go, Lori! I'm starting week 2 today also. My goal is to move more into a low Glycemic Index diet this week. I'm also going on a hunt for the hidden sugar that has moved back into my life, and find substitutes for those items.
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My plan for this week is to go without ice cream and the Daily's Bahama Mama I usually have on Sunday evening. Those are the two things that I eat/drink that have high amounts of sugar. If I feel the need for something sweet, it has to be a small amount of fruit. It will be a challenge, but I can do it!
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