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Old 08-30-2017, 11:32 AM   #11
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Congratulations on taking such a hard decision. I've been trying to quite for while but it's a difficult task especially during the first few weeks.
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Old 10-20-2017, 03:18 AM   #12
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Sugar is not good for you. Minimize as best as possible.
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Old 11-11-2017, 09:57 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by dragonfly1956 View Post
I gave up sugar, bread, pasta, rice.. all refined carbs last August 16, so far ive shed 35kg of my hefty 148kg body....The first few weeks were probably the hardest and i do at times get a bit of a craving, especially if i smell or see some of my old addiction foods, but mostly it hasn't been too difficult to do. My weight loss has slowed down now, and ive had about 3 plateau periods of about 3 weeks each, in that time the scales have fluctuated up and down or stayed the same. I just give myself a few more calories for several days, then go back to it. Im very proud of myself and more to the point, Im feeling healthier in my body. I set myself a first goal of 100kgs, Im just over 13kg off that.....I haven't given myself any time frames at all....and i don't class this as a diet at all but a lifestyle change for the improvement of my health and well being....Be proud of yourselves, any weight loss is a good loss, and don't be hard on yourselves if you make a mistake and slip up......straight away put it behind you and keep going......be positive and don't punish yourselves, love yourselves no matter what.....no matter what ...cheers
That's amazing. I just did the same and I'm on the start of my journey - I started November 6th.
But congratulations on that massive weight loss. I hope I'll get to be this successfull in a few months
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Old 11-13-2017, 02:54 PM   #14
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Whenever I get a craving for sugar now, I just have a protein shake and it seems to go away. I just have to be strong and walk past the biscuit cupboard to where I keep my protein instead.
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Old 11-15-2017, 04:01 PM   #15
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i tend not to crave sugar at all, and if i do i would rather have fruit than fake dessert products. i am slightly hypoglycemic so in my early high school years i would end up popping a small box of nerds to prevent from passing out. but then i started working out and eating A LOT more so i rarely have low sugar levels due to everything i eat. (i by no means eat unhealthily)
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