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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    I'm starting the I Quit Sugar 8 week program on 1st October. I'm really looking forward to it. I like that it comes from bit a whole food perspective - a bit of old school cooking...

    Anyway I'll let you know how I go :-)
    @wobbleyhorse how are you going with the IQS program? I have decided I need to cut sugar out for a while (not signing up for IQS: I know what I need to do and how to cook from scratch, my issue isn't hidden sugars it's cakes nd chocolate and sweeteners in my tea and chocolate and diet drinks and chocolate and chocolate). DH just said he wants me to move out for the first week or so

    I expect I'll be moody at first so I'm curious to see how you found it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    @wobbleyhorse how are you going with the IQS program? I have decided I need to cut sugar out for a while (not signing up for IQS: I know what I need to do and how to cook from scratch, my issue isn't hidden sugars it's cakes nd chocolate and sweeteners in my tea and chocolate and diet drinks and chocolate and chocolate). DH just said he wants me to move out for the first week or so

    I expect I'll be moody at first so I'm curious to see how you found it.
    Hi @Moxy - the program went well. During the 8wks I didn't have too many withdrawals - a few headaches and some really tired days. Since I've finished I did have a couple of days where I ate some sugar laden foods and boy, did I feel like a train had hit me - I was so tired & sluggish the next day!

    I don't think I was moody? Well DH never mentioned it (maybe he was too scared!). For me, it was more noticing how I felt when I ate sugar as opposed to feeling crap when I was getting it out of my diet.

    On another positive note, I lost 4kg and was eating massive portions (& no exercise) so I'm looking forward to getting my portions under control & upping the exercise. Hopefully, I'll be able to drop a couple more.

    Best of luck!

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