[QUOTE=tomi;1038433]I ate a small peice of peanut butter fudge at work. [/QUOTE]
oh dear............. i forgot fudge was made with milk.
I no longer need that magnesium............... problem solved.
Although I believe the magnesium would have been less painful.
Note to self: you're lactose intolerance, moron!
that peice of fudge led to a sugar craving........... and I gave in.
I binged on lorne dunne cookies.
Okay - to be honest I was sorta testing the waters a bit today. Cuz last night I ate some LD cookies and I went to bed with a tummy ache and body aches (fibro flare bigtime!).......... so I thought I would test it today to see if it was the cookies. And I can say without a doubt that it WAS the cookies. HORRIBLE stomach ache - some time in the bathroom - and now leg pain! So, I can know for sure that eating grains and crappy oils/fats and sugar will make me feel like I've been run over by a herd of hippos. I think that will be the last time I eat cookies.
Starting over right now.
Well, at least you know for sure now!! Hope you can get rid of the aches and pains quickly and then leave them alone!! I have been doing a lot of starting over the last few days - all the best for the new start Tomi!
Thanks, Coll - yes I will definitely leave them alone!
Starting over is good as long as it doesn't become a habit!! at some point I hope to reach a place of staying on program and focused on my goal. I'll do really good for a bit and then stray off and it makes me so angry at myself!
I'm sitting here at 5 am making a shopping list so that I can make Primal approved goodies and not get into the cookies I am making with my youngest son today.
Just try to do your best through the holidays even if it amounts to some good days and some bad. Call it practice. Then on Jan 1st we will all be in it together.
Have you ever made Winencandy's chocolate hearts? They are coconut oil based, and a really nice indulgence. If you have candy molds, you can make them in different shapes, and even add nuts or coconut for a 'candy box variety'. Well worth looking into for a holiday treat.
I haven't made those - but will certainly look into it! :)
Well, here's to all your successes! Finding something too sweet is a fantastic place to be. And knowing that cookies will make you sick is a great way to motivate yourself to not see them as "pleasures".
Have fun fridge shopping! And enjoy being in your smaller size. I was up at size 22, myself. And I am still trying to figure out how all these people who weighed the same as me were in smaller sizes. I don't get it. Oh well. I'm still happy with the progress I've made.
I hear you on that. I must say, when I hear that women who weigh what I do are fitting into 14s, when I am bouncing between 18 and 20, I have to ask, 'where's the justice in this world!?!'
well - Merry Christmas, everyone! :) Our family meal was yesterday, the 23rd. Curry as always. I ate about 1/2 cup of rice in the form of chicken biryani, and ate just the meat curries without putting them on anything. I had a few hershey kiss/pretzel/m&m bites, and some rice crispie treats. Everything else was perfectly primal and healthy.
Today I passed on the cinnamon rolls and had eggs and bacon for breakfast. But had a few more of the pretzel snacks. And later hubby and I are going to have a little rum or bailey's while we watch "It's a Wonderful Life".
All in all not a bad eating weekend considering what I could have done. Luckily no one made apple pie - I have a very hard time saying no to apple pie at family gatherings.
I'm not being strict - but I'm satisfied with my choices and how I'm doing cuz I could be making much worse choices!! :) I haven't stepped on the scale for a few days. But I'm feeling like I'm maintaining. Everything is fitting good - no bloat - no stomach issues.