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    My jurnal for tracking progress and reviewing my path

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    Hello!
    I am Victor, 30 years old, 58 kg, 1,65 cm.
    Let's see my progress for the last days:
    Gave up sugar a month ago.
    Quit beer the day before yesterday, didn't drink any since.
    Trying to quit cereals too.
    Today: grilled chicken and pork at breakfast, grilled chicken and fried potatoes (at home) lunch, grilled chicken at dinner and corn (I can only eat boiled corn with salt a few times a year). Only 2 slices of bread in total. Drank water, black tea and elderberry flower juice (it contains a little honey).
    A few pushups, more to come tomorrow.

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    Omlette with parsley, anet and some chicken baloney and tomatoes.
    No bread(yey!).

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    Really want to either drink a glass of wine or buy some snacks that are made out of fried bread with all kinds of preservatives and artificial aromas and smells, I mean, really unhealthy though with such a great taste (taste like cheese of some kind).
    I used to use them as a reward for pushups exercises. Really helped, they somehow make you crave for more.

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    Really want to either drink a glass of wine or buy some snacks that are made out of fried bread with all kinds of preservatives and artificial aromas and smells, I mean, really unhealthy though with such a great taste (taste like cheese of some kind).
    I used to use them as a reward for pushups exercises. Really helped, they somehow make you crave for more.

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    Drunk a bottle of wine yesterday. Delicious!
    Ate: some grilled chicken wings, baloney, grilled pork.
    Today: Grilled pork, sausages, minced meat on grill, tomatoes, some grilled bread (2 slices) and grilled potatoes.
    And wine.
    And I've bought that snack. It stimulates me to work out: Every pushup series I eat 3 pieces from the whole bag.
    No beer. I haven't eaten bread yesterday, I hope to turn it into a custom.

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    If you want to answer my posts, adding whatever you want, even criticism being welcome, well... you're my guest. I'd find it useful.

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    Hey Victor, welcome! Hope you're finding the community informative and supportive.

    I find that increasing my fat intake and taking time to make meals I really find delicious and satisfying (rather than just food to fill my belly) really helps with cravings. It's hard to give up bread and potatos, but if you're trying to lose weight (which I'm not sure is your goal), then maybe save those for workout days--post work out.

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