DMW! What, you're back again? hehe. Good to see ya guy, been awhile since you've posted. I think we should start calling you Scully. Come around more often will ya, always enjoy reading your summaries of the research that's been done.
I've tried eating ariels a number of times but just can't get used to chewing/swallowing the seeds so I buy the juice from Costco & drink that.
After a LONG trip into the SAD, I've returned to 'the fold'. My taste buds are readjusting to real foods, & I have the headaches to prove it. But I feel & look much less puffy without the salt, & I am enjoying the taste of fruits without the sugar. My weight is dropping too & I'll soon be able to get back into my smaller pants. It feels dumb to have to learn the same lesson over and over, but yesterday I ate a bowl of broccoli, onions, garlic & rice & it tasted delicious. It's good to be back in the groove now. Hope all of you are well.
Hi everyone. It IS hard for me to start eating healthy again. Salty & sweet snacks are a hard addiction to stop; I find it similar to stopping drinking alcohol, especially when it's become a daily habit. The thing I've started doing is shopping in unfamiliar food stores so that I don't veer into the center aisles for chips & donuts, & going early before the samples of junk foods are available.
Once I've broken the habit & my taste buds begin changing away from the salt/sugar cravings, then it becomes progressively easier. But those first few days are a son of a gun.View Thread
After having 'fallen off the wagon' into the piles of horse droppings, I'm in the shower & eating clean once again. It's been a week & 4 lbs. are gone. My stomach feels empty at times & that's when I eat. I remember what Fuhrman's true hunger feels like & my body is not yet there. But man, what good feelings I'm getting physicallly & mentally.View Thread