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Sugar Overload

Friday, February 01, 2013

This week my motivation seems to have shrunk. I think a big part of it is that I'm going back to my place & G-Man tomorrow, so this has been my last week here with people, so I'm trying to squeeze things in. I've only gotten a 30min walk in on one day, though weather also hasn't been cooperating (no excuse though bc there's the video!).

Yesterday was my worst day in a long time. I try not to get into that bad food/good food dichotomy because I don't think that's long term healthy or useful and moderation's always the key. Anyway, I didn't track at all yesterday AND I ate a lot of crap. I had a mini ice cream bar, 3 triple chocolate Ghiradelli brownies and an old school x-mas sugar cookie with frosting. Mom decided "better late than never" in terms of doing a Christmas tradition from her family with me. They always decorated cookies for x-mas with a table full of coloured icing, coconut & sugar. We did it, and I ate one with the least frosting (I hate frosting). Well, all of that sugar is basically what I might have in a week, so my stomach & mouth felt pretty bad.

I have to admit that I kind of love that my body doesn't like large amounts of sugar. It's generally been like this for years, but it's just a nice reminder every now & then.

Now to get back on the healthy train!
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  • JENSDAY1012
    Oh man! Whenever that happens to me (and it happens every so often), I feel like I have a hang over the next day! I agree that all food in moderation is key. Whenever I try to cut any one food out, or label it as bad, it just makes me want it more. It's like I'm a teenager with a bad boyfriend all over again! LOL
    I'm gonna hop on and join you on the healthy train! Here's to a healthy, balanced week! emoticon emoticon
    1904 days ago
    Ugh, your yesterday sounds like my yesterday. And my body feels about like yours. Why do we do this to ourselves?

    Here's to a healthier day today! emoticon
    1907 days ago
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