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Yuit Uuuuugggghhhh! Fell of the wagon

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  • Yuit Uuuuugggghhhh! Fell of the wagon

    After 1 month of eating clean, near 100% primal, I fell off the wagon hard tonight and ate 4 slices of pizza....I feel terrible....not so much from being weak but the reaction I had to the carbs I guess....stomach cramps, headache just feel gross...

    Ah well, lesson learned for sure...seems there's no Turning back now...primal for life I guess...

  • #2

    Punish yourself with Steak and Bacon!!!!

    You must flog your tastebuds to CLEANSE THEM!

    UNCLEAN. UNCLEAN! seriously, you went a month? Try going 2 months next time. Or even a month and a week.

    Good luck.


    • #3
      I did the same thing a couple of weeks ago. Seemed like a good idea at the time, but it was so so so wrong. Lots of bad reactions to the pizza...headache, stuffy nose, burning feeling in stomach, and difficulty sleeping among them.

      Just gotta pick yourself up and head forward, remembering the lesson.
      Live your life and love your life. It's the only one you get.


      • #4
        Trust me lesson definitely used to be my it's just an evil disk of insulin boosting gut rot....damn kids with their leftovers.


        • #5

          Now is the time to join the Cult of Meatzza!


          • #6
            No worries. Just climb back on that wagon and make it your b**ch!


            • #7
              50% of the pain you feel is you magnifying everything in your head. You really don't feel nearly as terrible as you think you do. Forget it happened and move on. People eat 4 slices of pizza every day for lunch and live a long life of relatively decent health. Falling off the wagon every now and again is good for you. It reminds you you're human and builds character Now pick yourself up, soldier.
              Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.


              • #8
                It's a teachable moment..LOL!

                No, but, there is no failure, only feedback. Lombardi said that, or Art DeVany.