LILLEAN

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Carbs and my journey

Thursday, September 26, 2013

I can't seem to stay away from refined carbs especially white bread and corn flakes. I try to eat a little piece out of it but that only makes it worse. After I had find myself eating white bread 4- 5 times a week. I know if I want to see the scale shift I should limit my intake of refined carbs but its harder when you always have them around the house. I personally don't buy it from the supermarket but my husband does and when its there I just happen to eat it. This is my number one weakness in my "eat clean" lifestyle and I know that if I don,t do something about it quickly it will rule my life. I have come to know through sparkpeople that success comes with discipline and if one doesn't discipline themselves when it comes to eating clean this is a recipe for destruction, so I've come up with a plan; instead of just cutting it out entirely I will eat it twice a week until I get down to once and then none. I need to be accountable for my health and my choices and it's time I do this for me!!
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  • NALAYB
    I know what you mean about eating clean. My weakness is sweets/chocolates. I try not to buy but like you...my husband buys them. It is so hard not to eat your weakness. I always think to myself too. Tomorrow, no sweets AT ALL. But then, the next day, I say..it's just a small piece.

    Maybe it will help just to lessen a bit so you won't feel deprived. I hope it helps...but I know it is hard!
    2235 days ago
  • SONGWRITER8
    That's a great plan. Sometimes your body will fight you on changes you want to make. I did that same plan with coffee and it worked without me hardly noticing the lack of caffeine !
    2238 days ago
  • SPARKLERS30
    emoticon emoticon Thank sounds like a GREAT plan!!!
    2239 days ago
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