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It does not taste good.

Thursday, April 06, 2017

i need a plan.
I need to stick with a plan.
I need a plan that I will follow daily.
I cannot seem to choose what plan to follow.

ARGH!! What frustration I am experiencing these days. I fell off plan a few weeks ago and put on 8 pounds and now the junk food cravings are unreal. I seem to have no resolve to stop eating junk.

I did well yesterday up to lunch. We ate out and the restaraunt we chose was very accommodating to my needs. It was a Mexican restaurant, right next door to a Mexican bakery. Need I say more.

The only positive thing I can say about those bakery items is that they did not taste good at all. Positive in the sense that when those cravings return, I can tell myself that stuff does not taste good at all. This worked/works for me when temptation calls out for candy bars. I no longer eat a lot of candy bars because they don't taste good to me anymore.

So, even if I cannot seem to choose a particular meal plan to follow, I need to have a plan to just STOP EATING WHAT DOES NOT TASTE GOOD. (Yes, I am shouting. I need to get my attention.)

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    I will not eat bad tasting foods! I like most foods which makes it a bit hard. Part of the reason I fast three days a week!
    1093 days ago
    It doesn't!
    For me, it is nutella and milk chocolate that I don't really like but if I eat just a little but of them, it is very hard to stop.pre-Beck, I thought it means they are my favorites, but they really are not.
    1093 days ago
    It's tough, for sure.
    1094 days ago
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    Candy bars that don't taste good really is positive. And a plan to stop eating what doesn't taste good sounds like an awesome start to me.
    1094 days ago
    Hang in there!
    1094 days ago
    One bite at a time, the struggle is real. We'll be here to assist
    1094 days ago
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