After two great months I have to admit that during my class trip to Villa de Leyva I ate a lot of sugar. (sigh) I’ll try not to be so hard on myself and get back to the right path. (sigh) 12 months ago
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I’ve to admit it: I competely forgot about controlling my sugar intake during the holidays. I ate all the sweet treats people gave me and even more, I bought some of my own. My last exam was o.k., but I seriously doubt it is going to be the same now. So, I begin again today. I have to understand that my health and my life are more important than the instant gratification of eating something sweet. 14 months ago
I think that next Christmas, I’m going to politely ask people to not give me food as gifts. 14 months ago
I’ve managed to reduce a lot my sugar intake. There are still two major challenges:
-Birthday cake (I’ve had too many parties, I need to take something with me, a little bit of fruit or something to avoid eating the delicious treats and cake)
-Coke (Since my sister is addicted to coke, she always keeps a bottle and a glass in front of the T.V. I need to keep a healthy alternative in order to resist temptation) 17 months ago
Today I re-discovered why I have this goal. I got a pack of rusks for my birthday, and I ate them all over the last few days. Now I have a stiff neck, and nothing is done. It erodes my discipline and makes me fat. 17 months ago
How I did it: Sweet foods don't appeal to me as much as sweet drinks do. My biggest hurdle was drinking my coffee without sugar. To start, I added honey instead of sugar. Then molasses (since it was in the cupboard). That helped wean me off of sweet coffee. I stopped drinking soda, as well. The difference in how I feel is well worth not eating sugar. Read how I did it… 21 months ago
It’s quite easy really. I occasionally buy myself a cappuccino on campus. Very occasionally – I avoid caffeine. I don’t like my cappuccino bitter, so I usually add some sugar, which stands on the counter. I’m currently in a sugar cutting phase, so I asked if they have some sweetener, and they did! Quick & easy. 2 years ago
I had a medical appointment today. I need to quit sugar if I don’t want to have diabetes. This is going to be harder than quitting alcohol because I’m really addicted to chocolate. 2 years ago
No, it’s not a fad diet: eating only small amounts of starch is a healthy lifestyle choice. This has been a scientific fact for some time now, and in my experience good for me too. 2 years ago
it’s just unhealthy!!and i wanna lose weight; eating suga is not helping me to go acheive my goal. plus my heart is kinda pupping up..like i’m having tachycardia each time i consume sugar. 2 years ago