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no more little ceasers

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

i am really starting to hate pizza... the last few times i felt full and lethargic afterwards. i think i will need to experiment with some quick easy to prepare suppers so i don't give in and order pizza.
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  • KITTYF54
    I can eat pizza, as long as I only eat the toppings. it's the starch that does me in. but if you're getting headaches it could be the MSG. it's guaranteed to be in there. I find the longer I do low carb (diabetes) the more i find reasons not to eat that stuff. Like, msg, transfats, sugar in the dough, starches that turn to sugar almost immediately and make me sleepy, and now... I'm allergic to dairy and it's making me sick constantly. BOOOO to pizza. LOL
    3444 days ago
  • LOSINGW8FORME
    I know! I had pizza the other day and I felt, well, weird. Had a bit of a headache and just felt kind of icky. Maybe it was the oils in the cheese. I want to check out the recipes that were suggested here, though.
    3444 days ago
  • WE_PA_FIT
    pizza will do that. if you can't have just one or two slices best not to order at all BUT you can make your own!!!! On a pita bread or even tortilla. Top it with sauce and all your favorites and put it in the oven or toaster oven!!! yum!!
    3446 days ago
  • CSDAYS
    I need to do that too.

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    3446 days ago
  • BOBALOO1
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  • DAV128
    Yea, I know what you mean. After doing it right for a while whole milk tastes like cream and things like pizza seem heavy. But, I like pizza - In fact, today I got a recipe email for some healthy pizza's. Check out the SP recipe section, I've tried some of the pizza recipe's before and they're not bad.

    Good luck with your program.
    3446 days ago
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