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Had a sandwich

Monday, May 21, 2012

well, been doing very well not eating wheat for months now. only strayed once or twice. but, last night i succumbed. my mom is here and she bought nice whole grain bread and yesterday was a lazy day. i made a nice veggie soup with a bit of turkey. then i had a huge slice of watermelon. but, it didn't stick, i was still hungry and finally decided to make a sandwich. it was very good. and i only had one, though i could've eaten two.
well, is it cause and effect. i went to bed around 1 am. i got up at 9 am and showered and dressed, then sat down to read for a bit and fell asleep again. it was hard to wake up at 11:30 am. and now, i notice a couple of zits are trying to make their way to the surface of my face. YUCK!
i have had excellent energy and my skin has been great for months now, so, i gotta wonder.
anyway. hopefully, i won't eat any more bread and these sneaky zits will disappear and i'll get my energy back.
too bad. i do love a good sammy and i was even pondering a pasta dinner. if i do that i'll have to have one of the gluten free pastas i guess. and i'm going to wait til my zits retreat just in case that's part of the problem.
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  • REXTINE1
    The BW is allergic to gluten, but I bake at least one loaf of bread a week for me. She doesn't like the gluten free products much, but we have had rice pasta and various non-gluten breads, which I like better than she does. You can live without wheat if necessary.
    2629 days ago
  • LEW0213
    I might give this a try. Anything to get some more energy.
    2642 days ago
  • GOPINTOS
    At least now you know :)

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    Smile and Enjoy the Rest of Your Day!
    Melinda (gopintos)
    Wheat Belly Team
    2647 days ago
  • MS.ELENI
    Have a good day today
    2648 days ago
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