Link to Catalyst segment August 8th 2013
I feel off the wagon, last night. I know, it is shameful. I am weak. weak, weak.
I ate ice-cream. Vanilla. Three scoops.
Sugar, Sugar, SUGAR! Tormentor thy name is Sugar!
I can just see where this will lead me. Flamingo Tubby Tummy Waddler, homeless, sniffing through garbage bins to lick empty sugar sachets, screaming “my kingdom for a cup of sugar!” into the cold dark night. Woe is me.
It was very nice, though…well worthy of the guilt and self loathing. I hid the rest of the ice cream at the back of the freezer, so that no one can see it.
Except I know where it is …
I wrote a few weeks ago about giving up sugar. It wasn’t as hard as I thought, though that said, I can’t say it has been entirely painless.
I have found that if I eat protein for breakfast, such as an egg, then I have a much easier day of being sugar free. If I eat healthy main meals then the snacking is not so tempting.
So far, I appear to have lost 2kgs without any other change to my diet, or any increase in exercise. It is a slow process, but at least something is happening.
If I can just shed 1 kg a month for the next 12 months, I will be well within my healthy weight range.
I actually think I feel better, and I have more energy. I haven’t been suffering from the mid afternoon slump that I usually experience.So far, I think I have gained more positives, than things I have missed out on.
There will always be another chocolate cake to eat. I don’t have to rush.
I am trying to wean myself off my sugar addiction. Cold turkey. No chocolate, no sweet treats. I want to bite heads off budgies. Sugar coated budgies.
Mr FD will have to substitute.
just watching BBC Knowledge as I eat breakfast, as one does, and am watching a program where they have shown souped up ecoli cells being fed sugar and producing diesel. The disel oil was used to run a generator engine!
So oil is renewable!!!! Why are we fighting wars for it then?