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Thursday, April 02, 2015

I am not snacking on sugar.
I am making recipes that conform to the Eat to Live program. A program that has helped thousands of people lose astronomical amounts of weight. I myself have lost 30 pounds on it. I know what i am doing wrong and it is not that I am not tracking. I do keep record of what I eat but I do not count calories....nor is it necessary to eat less food as long as I am eating the RIGHT food.

I have to say...I was kind of annoyed by some of the comments on my last blog. Maybe it's just because I am in a horribly bad mood , having just lost a brand new pair of glasses somehow between the time Ii went to bed and 1:00 AM this morning. I don't know how that is possible....and I'm really upset about it. To top it off I just smashed my head into the corner of a shelf on the wall and that just about sent me over the edge.

Anyway. I know how to go about losing this weight. And if you would all like to understand what I am doing, then read the book by Dr Joel Fuhrman, EAT TO LIVE or another one Eat for Health....and numerous other ones by him. or go to www.drfuhrman.com

And No I cannot have fish.

And I cannot walk because my ankles are so bad from RA that I can barely make it across my bedroom.

I'm sorry for being so crabby. Maybe i should go back to bed and start the day over.
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  • DONNA_W
    The ETL is a very good diet. You seem to have that well under your belt. You say you know what your are doing wrong. Do you have a plan to make changes about the things you are doing wrong?

    I sympathize with the RA and associated limits it places on mobility. One thing that helped me years ago and I am still following today was to get referred to an exercise specialist. My doctor wanted to refer me to a nutritionist but I said "I know what to eat but every time I try an exercise program something happens, like I get injured or I cannot do the routines. I need someone who can look at my medical issues and give me an exercise plan that I can do."

    It's OK to be crabby sometimes, from what I have seen of you most of the time you are upbeat and cheerful.
    1998 days ago
  • WHITECAT19
    I sure know what it's like to feel bad and be crabby! It makes it easier to hear criticism than to hear caring. I think the person who was hardest on you yesterday was you. I was trying to be supportive, but I think I messed up. I am so sorry!

    You will get there. You have found what works for you, and that is half the battle!

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    1998 days ago
  • WINDSWEPTACRES
    Just keep doing what you KNOW works for you, and don't worry about others' opinions.
    1998 days ago
  • PJDANIELS
    Hope you're feeling better soon!
    1999 days ago
  • WDSKMOM
    Oops... it sounds like you are succeeding on the plan. Congrats! Sorry you've had a rough start to your day. Hope it turns around for you and good luck finding your glasses. How frustrating!
    1999 days ago
  • WDSKMOM
    It soundsoundsLuke
    1999 days ago
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