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No more fast food torture!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

I finally convinced my husband that eating fast food in front of me was extremely cruel and was sabotaging my diet. It only took crying for half an hour. "It doesn't hurt you to not eat a cheeseburger," he said. I just about kicked him in the nuts =P
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    Fast food is my weakness. Expecally at work, I'm tempted to eat a whole day's worth of calories. I've found that if I go online and look at calories of food ofered at an establishment I can get my fast food fix for the amount of calories I'm willing to eat. Ex. I really wanted to go to buger king the other day, so I got online and found that if I got a spicy chicken sandwich with no sauce and ate a value rings with ketchup I could get out of there for $2 and about 500 calories. Yes I sacrificed volume but I got my fried fix. I hope my tip helps you to not deny yourself while watching your calories. Good luck.
    4328 days ago
    When I first found out I had to go wheat free(glutenfree) I had just got a book called CHEW ON THIS. I hadnt started reading it yet, but did shorty thereafter! and BOY was that a HUGE help! It made it SO easy for me to NOT even want fastfood! Its a great read, short(kinda) and took me 2 days to read it.. not sure if your a big reader or not, but I suggest reading that book(foir the sake of your hubbys nuts!lol)and not only will you be soo informed about whats actually in that crap(fastfood) but it will help your diet TREMONDOSLY! kid ya not! It helped me deal with the fact that I cant eat it anymore and made it soo much eaiser to pass it up. I had no choice, but it made it a breeze to get over wanting it. And belive me, 2 cheeseburgers, frie and oh yeah the good ol DIET coke, was my fav!!!!!
    Just a suggestion I tell everyone who is trying to loose weight and get healthy and struggles with fast food.
    Happy Friday!!!
    4422 days ago
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