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This goal was pretty difficult for me. I don’t have a lot of experience cooking, and I’m lazy to the point where I don’t want to cook. Picking up something ready to eat was so convenient to me. I knew I needed to stop when I was eating fast food for almost every meal. Now, I make a big batch of food one day of the week and eat it for the rest of the week.
Breakfast – eggs&bacon&toast, oatmeal, or granola cereal with almond milk
Lunch – homemade vegetable soup (which is pretty much pureed vegetables with hot water), or a vegetable smoothie with berries and yogurt
Dinner – one of the large meals that I made to last for the week. Stew/chili/casseroles/tamales anything of that nature. If I don’t have anything prepared I just eat rice & vegetables.
Snacks – fruit, edamame, nuts
Doing this for 40 days (and cutting out soda as well), I’ve lost 20 pounds so far. I think the occasional trip to McD’s is okay (I’m talking about once a month) but it’s bad to rely on it as your main source of food. 2 weeks ago
I am gone in bad habit I am working Website development company so I have to to work seating and eating due to which my eating habit is increased , I have to change it as soon as possible 3 months ago
It’s so strange how fast food is sort of like a drug. I did end up eating McDonald’s yesterday and afterwards felt terrible. I didn’t even eat a lot but I knew it was not the best choice for lunch.
After that, I wrote in my food journal about how gross it was and how gross I felt. Yet today, driving home from work I was starving. And all I could think about was McDonald’s fries. It was so weird, like i was a fast food junkie.
I really need to stop this. I mean, I don’t do it a lot and maybe that’s why it effects me the way that it does. Still, I am very concerned about my health and the health of my unborn child. I am going to go food shopping tomorrow and stick to brown bagging my lunch.
I really wonder if I’ll ever kick this habit. It’s like I do great and then something happens or I feel like I’m depriving myself or it calls my name. I quit smoking years ago, and it’s almost like the same thing. One minute I’d be fine and then the next I’d pick up a cigarette. My addiction to fast food is somewhat the same with cigarettes when I smoked. I didn’t need it all the time, and could go a long time with out it, but always had to fit it into my life somewhere.
At one point in my life I thought that being a smoker helped define me like it was part of my personality or something. Is that how I feel about fast food? Maybe. There is a bit of nostalgia that goes along with it and a bit of something else that I can’t seem to explain…. Maybe that’s addiction.
Either way I really want to figure out why I eat it, why I feel compelled to eat it, and why I think I may not be able to stop. 5 months ago
It is a great creative outlet for me. I haven’t been cooking much lately. It is fun since I bought my new red pans. 5 months ago
I’m not addicted or anything,but I feel that it would be better to stop all together. 5 months ago
Lately, I’ve been definitely addicted to fast food. I just can’t stop! I have been eating WAY too much fast food so I need to just stop. For the next 30 days I will not eat any fast food. At the end I will reevaluate how I feel and how my body looks.
Day 1 May 25
Day 30 June 23
P.S. Will have to start tomorrow, I had McDonald’s hotcakes and sausage with a hash brown this morning!! Oh, so weak I know!!!! 6 months ago