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    Quote Originally Posted by SageS View Post
    Nice work on the weight loss.

    My food was:
    Breakfast baked custard
    Lunch antipasto plate with celery
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    I really hope my scales are kind next week! Having said that I am feeling good more energy and not as bloated
    How do you make baked custard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Thanks for the suggestion, Yes I have tried stevia and Natvia and didn't like them very much. I have decided to go cold turkey on artificial sweeteners. That means no sweetener in my tea and coffee, no sugar free chocolate, no low carb bars and no diet soft drink. I find that I crave sweet things all the time and I am guessing its because of the artificial sweetener.

    My goal is to cut out the sweeteners all together, not only so they do not interfere with ketosis, but so that I can lessen the sweet cravings.
    This is my goal too! How are you going with it so far?
    I use only a quarter tsp Natvia in my coffee so slowly getting it down.
    I find most sugar free chocolate has Maltitol in it and that definitely affects my weight loss so I steer clear of it

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    I'm cutting all sugar replacements too. I'm due for af so won't be weighing in for a few days. Week 4 of c25k which feels great. DS and I are going away for a week on Wednesday so will need to do some thinking around how to best stick to my plan.

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    I've ruined ketosis Thurs I was a bit naughty, Fri was back on the wagon. Then yesterday we had a get together and I was good all day then snacked on the carby left overs while watching movies. This morning for the first time in over a week, I'm really hungry. I would estimate I only consumed 60g yesterday so way too much but not a gigantic amount.

    Just goes to show this diet does work, but you have to be religious in sticking to it. Ahhh well. Will nip up to the supermarket soon and buy good foods for the next few days. I hit ketosis day 3 last time so it's going to be a tough couple of days to get back there.

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    You can do it Del, one little set back doesnt matter.


    But Yep, it certainly requires you to be mega strict while in the losing process. After that tho, here and there it wont be an issue.

    Its why when im in the zone i wont even take a bite. Far too soon for me and it ends up a slippery slope.

    Having said that. Im really happy and feel totally in control. Not hungry, not obsessively tracking, not craving anything, and not feeling like im missing out on anything. I actually really enjoy eating this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Having said that. Im really happy and feel totally in control. Not hungry, not obsessively tracking, not craving anything, and not feeling like im missing out on anything. I actually really enjoy eating this way.
    That's how I felt until AF hit I feel so good eating low carb, the cravings stopped.

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    I've stopped counting, as it made things worse for me. I just eat lots of fresh fruit and vegies. I have a list of low carb foods and I try to stick with that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    That's how I felt until AF hit I feel so good eating low carb, the cravings stopped.
    Yep Ive noticed im hungrier this week cause of AF. Sucks balls

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1404023691.016897.jpg I found love in a hopeless place Sweetened with stevia apparently. It's as good as regular dark chocolate
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    where did you buy that from, and does it have maltitol or whatever it is?


 

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