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    i ate a chocolate bar

    Yes. I ate a caramilk bar. Because I wanted one. I also had a burger from Dairy Queen last week. Because I wanted one. It seems like so many of you people are paranoid about this diet. So many of you freak out when you eat something not primal. You post threads "OMG I ATE A DONUT. AM I GOING TO GAIN 50 LBS AND DIE? OMGWTF PRIMAL!!!!!"

    Get real people. I eat healthy whole nutritious food all the time but, if i really feel for some reason that I want some onion rings or a pizza, then I am going to eat it, because at the same time you have to enjoy life.

    Just stop being paranoid.

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    I ate a bag of Reese's peanut butter chips last Thursday night. Still alive. Blood sugar's fine. Whee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingofturtles View Post
    Yes. I ate a caramilk bar. Because I wanted one. I also had a burger from Dairy Queen last week. Because I wanted one. It seems like so many of you people are paranoid about this diet. So many of you freak out when you eat something not primal. You post threads "OMG I ATE A DONUT. AM I GOING TO GAIN 50 LBS AND DIE? OMGWTF PRIMAL!!!!!"

    Get real people. I eat healthy whole nutritious food all the time but, if i really feel for some reason that I want some onion rings or a pizza, then I am going to eat it, because at the same time you have to enjoy life.

    Just stop being paranoid.
    congrats?

    is this a complaint thread?

    can i say that posts saying 'tell me i'm not going to die if i eat chicken skin!' bother the hell out of me?
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    I just completed eating 5 Lindt chocolate bars. It took me a week and a couple days. Only one was above 70% dark. Who's paranoid?
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    I ate a chocolate bar everyday for a month so delicious
    well then

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    Recently read "The WillPower Instinct" and you are on the money!

    People are so paranoid and trick themselves into thinking that they didn't cheat their diet. They get so worked up about it that they stress to the point of cheating again. Admitting it and being cool with it is HUGE for being on ANY diet.

    P.S. The Willpower instinct is a great book for snapping any habit

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    Who's on a diet?
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    Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine

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    Why do people keep asking me "Can you eat that on your diet?!" To which I respond "See me eating it? Not a diet."

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    It depends. Some people have poor willpower or a history of not sticking to their plans. This would, obviously, lead to panic when they "break" Paleo, as it reminds them of other times they fell off a wagon and they get worried.
    And then there's folks who literally NEVER eat non-Primally and all the articles with "AVOID" stamped all over them, which reinforce the feelings of guilt. So the "cheaters" turn to a wider community for support. Nothing to get annoyed over, just individual circumstances affecting individual expression.

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