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October 17, 2012 in Uncategorized
Registered: May 4, 2012
Rachel said on October 20, 2012
heywell when i’m tempted to eat foods that i’m not able to, i usually try to adapt and change them so that they fit the diet better, i know your still not eating that exact thing but you may find new dishes and foods that you like and are allowed by changing a few things in a recipe or replacing an ingredient.hope this helps
Registered: Apr 14, 2010
brooklyn, New York
Taishawn said on October 21, 2012
ok its crazy cause its hard to talk about it with my friends cause they wont understand my situation
Registered: Dec 29, 2011
Nickelle said on November 1, 2012
For me its a matter of knowing that If I eat anything Im not supposed to I get a massive migrain and usually have to deal with some lethargy… I am a single mom of 2 so I think of my kids and the things i know I have to accomplish in the next 48 hours and then decide if it is worth the tiredness… but also I go for 3 months really strict and good on my diet and then I have to let One night usually spent in a dinner party with my best friend be a little looser. still no meat. but bread and some high veggies and once in a blue moon cheese sauce…. being so strict is hard but come up with a self reward system for the time and effort you do well.
Taishawn said on November 2, 2012
I don’t cheat with big things but the only time I do I cheat with a pizza and that pizza is a tease
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