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Loss of willpower?
I feel that way when I am depressed or hormonal. It's okay to eat more every once in a while, we all need a little break from time to time, but try to find out what's going on that makes you "not care what you're putting in your mouth" and realize that no amount of food will make you feel better. It will only make you feel guilty. Like I said going of the diet for a day or so is okay, but no amount of food is going to taste as good as being thinner and healthier will feel. Keep that in mind. You deserve it, you can do it! Just don't get down on yourself. Put it behind yourself and go on!
by ctina (submitted 11 years ago)
Biggest Loser Season 3
Did anybody happen to see who won the season 4 finale of the biggest loser???
by ctina (submitted 11 years ago)
Any tips on dealing with hormonal appetite increases?
Has anyone found any vitamins or foods that help curb this hole in my stomach that I get everytime it's THAT time of the month, when the hormones are going haywire??? :doubt:
by ctina (submitted 11 years ago)
WW online
I did WW a couple of years ago and wasn't that thrilled with my leader/group either, so I have decided to do it on my own this time. I still have the paperwork regarding points and such and I ordered a points calculator on ebay. So far so good. Some people really benefit from the meetings, but they aren't for everyone. The main idea for me is being disciplined with my eating and exercise and realizing that it's not just for short term, but forever (lifestyle change----correct). That's what we can't forget. You can't look at it as a diet to do until you drop the weight or you [b]WILL[/b] gain it all back. That's something I keep having to remind myself of. (so [b]not[/b] fun!)Good Luck to all!
by ctina (submitted 11 years ago)
Everyone should read 'You:on a diet' and 'Natural Cures' and watch the Documentary 'Supersize me'
They will change the way you look at or think about food and how you shop for food! I moved here 10 years ago and gained 30 pounds in the first year. I am now convinced that it's all the processed foods, chemicals, hormones, pesticides, and whatever other additives they add to make america obese. Of course it doesn't help that we drive more and walk less here. Besides increase the shelf-life and wallets of the food industry do we know what all these additives do to our health. The pharmaceutical and medical industry certainly benefit from an obese america more than a healthy / trim one. Food for thought.... ?!
by ctina (submitted 11 years ago)
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