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    I concur, My binge times are always in the evening. Unless I give myself permission to have a binge day (rare). Then it starts at breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    I concur, My binge times are always in the evening. Unless I give myself permission to have a binge day (rare). Then it starts at breakfast.
    I'll take one of those please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mud Flinger View Post
    2:30-5PM is my "snacky" time also. I try to get out of the house as it seems to be in my head and not real hunger. Yesturday I had carrots and wasn't very hungry for dinner. Where else do you hear people talking about spoiling their dinner w/ carrots?!
    You fit right in LOL
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    As I have said in the past, every diet or plan or whatever you wanna call em, I have ever been on has either taught me something or given me a new good habit.

    One of those is I just do not eat after dinner is over, (Dessert, when planned is part of dinner) where dinner is finished at least 3 hours before bedtime. I also have stopped snacking and I have increased my protein at breakfast. All 3 of these came from my version of a "Leptin Reset".
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    well rats. I got cocky, wasn't in the least tempted to repeatedly taste the chocolate cake batter. I thought I would be able to resist when making the icing. A few differences though...

    ...time of day - morning vs. the danger zone
    ...batter vs. icing (really no contest)
    ...this was probably one of the best batches of icing I have ever made (beautiful, fluffy, and not overly sweet) and it was a good but not great cake batter.

    I felt icky almost from the first bite of the icing...that sort of heaviness at the back of the throat, the almost nausea in the belly, and the brain dead feeling I get when the crash hits...and yet I kept "tasting". Once the first taste is in the mouth, I am beyond putting the surgical mask on. Lesson learned, I have the mask I just need to wear the d*mn thing.

    Regardless of what the scale says tomorrow, this was not a good thing.
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    Sorry. It sounds like it tasted good though.

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    Your body is talking to you...
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    Wt 266.4 up 1.8 enough said.

    Strange. DH was talking last night to DS about his actual birth day. I had gestational diabetes and doc did not allow any sugar or starchy foods for the rest of the pregnancy. (she was a great doc) Anyway, when my parents came to the hospital we had them bring us ice cream. For me, a pint of Swiss Vanilla Almond from Haagen Daas. A nurse came in and asked, jokingly, to share. And I explained I hadn't had any the whole pregnancy and I was going to finish the pint. She then said, "it will make you feel sick, and then you will have a sugar hangover. save yourself and hand it to me now". and we all laughed.

    OMG I was so sick. Dh was basically giving a blow by blow of the day, so at 8:30 he said, right about now your mom was sick as a dog because she ate the whole pint. And I was sitting there feeling very sick from eating all that icing, funny.

    I always thought that people who said that when they ate something they had not in a long time it made them sick, were a little off. Funny how your perception changes when you have the experience yourself.

    I am experiencing a sugar hangover this morning BTW.
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    Sigh, I know what you are going through...

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    I am hoping that in maintenance these little, and hopefully very rare, little episodes will just make me laugh at myself. When I have to fight so hard for each quarter pound it is very, mentally, painful. Add to that the crappy way that I feel physically today and, well, I will just be taking very good care of myself today.
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