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Merekat

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Posted: 25 Aug 2012, 15:50
Evil or Very Mad
I have finally found the motivation I need to give up chocolate, or at least control the amount that I eat. Seeing the nutritional data was a hugh shock when I allowed myself an imaginary chocolate bar equal in weight to my normal consumption in one sitting. My daily intake was sky high and as for the pie chart, the yellow segment was in charge of half of it. All I could think of, was what was happening inside my body and it scared me. I have started to think more carefully about my snack choices as this is where most of my calories come from. Suddenly, only having 18lb to lose doesn't seem such a dream and I can do this withou depriving myself because I love food.
Stella1964

Joined: Sep 10
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Posted: 25 Aug 2012, 19:35
Chocolate is one of life's greatest pleasures!! Try ChocoPerfection from a low carb store. Truly one of the best no-sugar high quality chocolates I've ever had. And I'm German!
paperiniko

Joined: Jul 11
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Posted: 26 Aug 2012, 09:31
chocolate, especially 80%+ dark one is actually quite good for a diet. The main problem is portion control since it is easy to get carried away and eat too much of it, but from time to time a get a 100g bar especially when doing sport
Snow833

Joined: Jul 12
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Posted: 26 Aug 2012, 13:28
I don't eat chocolate anymore even though i love it. Now i just eat a few fruit hard candies a week. They have half of the calories chocolate has and i'm satisfied with it.
cerobit

Joined: Jul 12
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Posted: 26 Aug 2012, 15:28
I bought a bag of raw cacao beans today. Eat those and you won't overindulge, lol.
dx w/inoperable brain tumor 9/12, so nutrition is vital. Dedicated to slaying this beast.

"Keep on swimming" Nemo
ennysmith

Joined: Aug 12
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Posted: 04 Sep 2012, 04:00
I like choclate.But i never eat more.I like to eat nutritious foods...



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