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Back from California/Sugar-fre
e Once More

Monday, August 13, 2012

Hey ya'll,

So, I struggled in California. I ate gluten and sugar, probably about once per day (sometimes more than one treat per day). Now, it's time to recommit.

My trainer tells me to put a post-it note in a prominent place and use that to remind myself that I am sugar/gluten free. I have to redo my post-it note as of today, August 13, 2012. My weight is fluctuating between 145-150, and I know what I need to do.

No sugar, no gluten! It might not work for everyone, but this is what works for me. After my sugar-free experiment, I firmly believe that this is the only way I can lose. My body has gotten to that point, after the weight fluctuations due to my eating disorder.

Now that I am home again, it will be easier to follow this plan.

By the way, I am eating meat again. I think the protein and other nutrients from the meat help me to stay full, so that I don't have to eat gluten/sugar to keep my energy going.

I see my trainer for the first time in two months on Wednesday...let's go!

PS. Progress Pix as soon as I can get my boyfriend to take them.

Have a great day! Thanks for stopping by!
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    Best of fortune to you on going gluten/sugar free amd with the personal training session!
    3265 days ago
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    I'm gluten/sugar free right now too! It's tough-- but you're right, it's working for my body right now. You can do it!
    3267 days ago
    Do you have a gluten intolerance? My little sister has to eat GF, and it's so difficult for her (and more expensive too). I personally am not sure I could live a GF life and don't even try.

    Welcome back!
    3267 days ago
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    Sugar and gluten are a problem for so many of us! You can do this!

    3267 days ago
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