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5/11/14 7:54 A

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proud of myself. went to car show at the ice cream palor and didnt even have a small cone. still havent had any sugar treats since jan 1, 2014. plan to continue on this path. one day something will probably tempt me, but so far i see it and just dont indulge. just wish the pounds would come off.

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Finishing out week 2, considering trying to avoid all sugar, but that is a really, really big step for me. I do feel better, and I am now very aware of the sugar crash that my body does after I consume something high in sugar. Wow--got to think about this some more.

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4/23/14 2:19 P

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still relying on fruit, cutie oranges after breakfast. gala apple with peanut butter after lunch and snack on nuts later on. I seem to need to eat things that you munch on a lot. replaces chips I guess, who knows. staying with sweets that are only 1 gram or so. no more or I don't buy it.

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4/23/14 11:13 A

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I blew it yesterday. Went to a meeting in the evening and didn't resist taking some candy from the offered bowl. Then was asked out for ice cream and gladly went for it. So today is a new day and I will keep unplanned sugar eating out of my life. Funny thing is, even as I was eating the ice cream I knew I would have been ok with just a few bites. I just didn't want to waste it at that point.

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4/8/14 9:38 A

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I was never big on soda but I haven't had any since September. Also haven't been drinking coffee because of everything I like to add to the coffee. When I have a headache my first thought it water. If your not drinking enough or at least what your body is used to you can get a headache from that. Like you said tea and heat often work. If that doesn't I usually go for salt. Depending on where you get the salt from it may not be healthier than soda or candy but it's another suggestion. I usually will eat a few pretzels or some nuts.

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4/7/14 1:48 P

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I'm not that worried about sugar being in everything. Everything is good in moderation. If we're trying to eat healthy foods, there shouldn't be that much added sugar in our healthy foods anyway. If you do a lot of baking, learn to substitute with natural sugars- homemade maple syrup, natural honey, etc.

Soda seems to be a major problem for me. I don't drink it often, but as soon as I reach to buy a soda, I also buy sour gummy worms or a giant rice krispy treat. So, first- when I want a pop, I'll have tea or carbonated flavored water instead. I think that will help a ton.

Second, when someone offers me candy or chocolate, I usually politely accept one piece. However, if it hangs around much longer, I'll have many more than one piece after I get a taste. So, when someone offers me candy, I'll politely decline and either drink tea or brush my teeth. OR I'll have that one piece, then brush my teeth.

I start reaching for the sodas and candy when I get a headache I can't seem to get rid of. After I try a heat pack, coffee, a meal, and pain medications, if I still have that headache, my final round of defense is soda & candy. It works, too. Otherwise I'd cancel that line of defense. I can't really come up with a reason why the caffeinated, sugary soda & candy works, but a black coffee and balanced meal do not. I just need to come up with a list of other things I can try in order to get rid of my headache.

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4/4/14 12:06 P

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Yes I don't believe any sugar is good but there is no getting around the fact that sometimes you use it. Baking for example. Don't do it often but sugar is always involved. I always hear bad things about this sugar and that. Just curious what the best type would be out of the hundreds I see!

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I don't think added sugar of any type is actually good for us. To start with, it's adding empty calories and also seems to have an addictive quality. I think your idea of eliminating high in sugar items is a good one, that's what I am aiming for as well.

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4/3/14 12:14 P

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Its so frustrating that sugar is in everything! My focus this week is to eliminate the very high in sugar items like candy or cookies. Is anyone else confused about which sugar is actually good for you? I don't like artificial sweeteners because I don't like the taste. I hear so many things about why not to eat this sugar or that sugar but what sugar is good???

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3/31/14 10:31 A

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first week of challenge was a success so here i am on week 2. i am substituting fruit and protein bars for more sugary treats. Overall, my biggest challenge is to watch portion sizes. Not going too long between meals or snacks helps me because if i'm ravenous I eat too much, often of the wrong thing.

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3/17/14 11:23 A

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Fruit & yogurt instead of chocolate & ice cream (don't even miss them anymore). I get excited about adding new fruits, this week is berries, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries & raspberries I still love my apples & oranges though, I always keep a big fruit bowl on the counter, my family is eating them instead of brownies & Little Debbies that my diabetic husband keeps bringing home). My husband is realizing that not everyone shares his need for unhealthy food and is now starting to eat better, (it sure made him stand out)! It made it too easy for him when everyone else was eating the sugary food with him.

�Live each day as if it were your last, learn as if you were to live forever.� � Mahatma Gandhi


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3/17/14 11:10 A

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Keeping extra sugars out of the house has been a big challenge for me.

My goal this week is to not buy any cakes, cookies, candy bars, etc... and bring them into the house to eat at a later time.

If these items are not readily available it may make it easier to stay away from them.

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3/13/14 8:04 A

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Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches are good too.

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3/12/14 7:09 P

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Golfinmomma, I love your profile picture. So cute!!!!
Thanks for the tip for ice cream bars. I'll be looking for them at Sam's Club though.

Best wishes, Candy

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3/12/14 6:10 P

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When desperate I have the healthy choice chocolate ice cream bar from Costco. They have saved a few of my days, just looking forward to them at the end of the day has made it easier for me to pass up treats that others were eating.

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3/12/14 9:44 A

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Sugar-free jello? Good idea!

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3/12/14 1:04 A

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The sugar-free jello paid off when others in the house got their nightly tortilla with butter and jelly. I had black cherry jello instead. yum!
I even shared my jello.
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Best wishes, Candy

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3/10/14 5:34 P

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For week 2 I'm planning ahead more. One thing is I'm making some sugar-free jello this afternoon. Black Cherry used to be my favorite so I'll begin with that one.
My grandson celebrates his birthday next Saturday so I'll plan ahead for a slice of his cake. My daughter makes the most wonderful cakes. Oops, maybe I shouldn't talk about it here!
Good luck to everyone!
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3/10/14 7:48 A

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Today I m starting my second week of the challenge and I will be looking at food labels closely to see where I am getting the most sugar in processed foods and the elimination process will begin again.

Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others. Phil 2:3-4.


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3/4/14 4:21 P

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I went to the grocery store today and I almost talked myself into a donut but then I talked myself out of it again ... woohoo! There's hope for me yet :)

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3/3/14 9:46 A

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I made it through the weekend. Yes!!!!!!

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3/2/14 12:37 P

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Crazy Richards peanut butter is my friend!! I found myself looking for something sweet today...I thought I was going to go food crazy. Instead, I cut up an apple, sprinkled it with cinnamon, and drizzled it with the peanut butter. Much better than doughnuts! :)

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2/28/14 11:42 P

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Passed up the chocolate hearts in the candy dish at the office. Last week I would have eaten half of them.

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2/28/14 10:58 P

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Doing well when cravings hit I continue to have tea or fruit. Salt continues to be a craving problem for me. I did forget my mid-morning snack once and boy was I craving anything and everything in the kitchen! I realized the problem (getting too hungry) and just ate my regular lunch and was OK, but it was a close call!

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2/28/14 5:54 P

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I have been doing very well, when I craved something sweet I chose the better choice. Lower call, etc. The cravings are less as long as I keep the stress down and don't get bored I don't want sweets.

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2/28/14 10:25 A

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So far, it's going pretty well. The same week I decided to join this team, I got the results from my annual physical & lab work. The A1C test showed my blood sugar at 5.7. It should be 5.6 or lower. The test will be re-done in 3 months & I'm going to do my best to have it done - a lot - by then.

In addition, my church is starting the Daniel Plan next Sunday & I've kinda started a week early. I've made some food changes that seem big to me, but I'm not making them all at one time. I have eaten foods that I've never eaten before - different grains, veggies & fruits & I'm trying out almond milk this week. I have several new recipes that I'm making this week.

The reward? I've already lost 2.2 pounds.

By the way, I did really bad on the quiz regarding other names for sugars that are in our everyday foods.

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2/28/14 8:28 A

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Progress, not yet perfection.

I'm out of the woods until about an hour after dinner, when the cravings are still hitting hard and fast. Last night I gave in and had some dark chocolate, which in hindsight is terribly annoying. I didn't want the chocolate specifically, I just wanted something sweet.

Tonight I will make a specific effort to make cinnamon herb tea and see if that gets me through the hump.

The good news is the rest of my days are going increasingly well, and I no longer have that tiresome mid-afternoon energy lull.

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2/27/14 11:43 A

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Sources of sugar to cut out:

1. Bite-sized chocolate (I tend to eat way more than I should, esp when it's choc-covered fruit)
2. Afternoon soda (my go-to when I've skipped morning coffee)
3. Post bedtime treat (I need to find a sub for sweets that I use to reward myself for all of us making it thru another day)

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2/27/14 11:35 A

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DETERMINEDYIN,

Have you tried bringing your own snacks to the cafe with you? Or how about putting a small pic of your goal in front of you while you study? That way it will subtly remind you to stay away from the pastries....

Good luck!



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2/26/14 11:26 A

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My trigger foods are more like trigger places actually. I'm more likely to eat sweets when I visit my parents' house, or when I'm on campus and realize that I haven't packed a lunch I'm more likely to grab a sweet scone at the cafe. To help battle these triggers, I've spoken to my parents about keeping the sweets in a hideaway whenever I visit, and they've agreed. Other than making sure to pack a lunch, I'm not sure how to avoid the cafe, since I prefer the hustle and bustle for studying than the quiet study hall. Any suggestions?

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2/26/14 9:38 A

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Well, I'm finally going to start week 2, and I plan to take the out-of-sight-out-of-mind approach.

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2/25/14 11:15 P

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I'm still staying strong and avoiding sugar. Salty things can actually be a trigger for me too ... leading to sweets. I've substituted a little flavored coffee syrup sweetened with Splenda in place of sugar in my coffee. I am surprised that I'm not craving sweets! I'm turning to fruit and tea instead. Staying strong. :)

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2/24/14 9:47 P

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Well...I didn't do so well today....I like conversion hearts & they have been out at work since Valentines day.... after 3 had fulls...I decided I was the only 1 eating them so....I threw them in the trash. :0)

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2/23/14 11:47 A

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I have sugar cravings in the afternoon. On weekends, non workdays, it is easy to redirect and make healthy choices. When I am experiencing workday stress, the hours between noon and 4:00 are when I have a lot of trouble. This week I want to manage my work, manage my work stress and manage my choices. This week I want to manage myself, not others. Manage my work and not let it manage me. I want to focus on my stress level, get very conscious by going "back to ONE" and consciously make better choices.

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2/22/14 2:23 P

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My worst times for craving sweets is mostly at night, right before bed, and if I'm depressed. I plan to combat this by having raw veggies to eat already made up, and if I get a sweet tooth at night, I've got some grapefruit cups, apples, and even some frozen yogurt I can eat, instead of something like Reece cups.

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2/22/14 8:22 A

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What a relief to be finally done with Week One, after four tries that is!

I may be a bit out of sync here, since week one was about both identifying processed sugar and not eating it. The first few days, particularly the evenings, were brutal. It has gotten progressively easier with each day.

My hardest times used to be after dinner, but that is continuing to wane as I get used to sitting down with an aromatic cup of cinnamon herb tea instead. Now the toughest times are occurring at 3:00 pm, when I'm actually hungry, not simply having cravings. To counter them, I've begun having a small 300 calorie meal, primarily veggies, a couple of whole wheat crackers, and 50 calories of cheese.

Sugar is actually starting to lose it's appeal because I now have enough distance between it and me to see what it's been doing to me. It's not good!

My goals for this week are to continue to avoid all obvious processed sugar (desserts, primarily), and to continue to work on making swaps where it makes sense. I've already swapped out fruit yogurt, high sugar instant oatmeal and highly processed crackers for plain yogurt, low sugar instant oatmeal and whole wheat crackers, so I'm not sure what's left, but I'll keep looking.

Starting with Week Three next week, I plan to evaluate processed sugar the way I do alcohol, which I ingest only on the weekend, and only in small amounts. Until then, I'll continue my complete detox, sharing results here.

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2/19/14 3:01 P

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is having a headach part of cutting out sugar? I am still eating fruit, and I still eat yogurt, use stevia in my coffee, but no other sweets and my head hurts and I feel like I am strarving... WHY?
is this the 'withdrawl' sysmptoms I have heard about?? yikes! i just want to eat all day, even though i have eaten healthy stuff and shoul feel full :(

wish me luck. I am going to suffer through this

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2/19/14 1:08 P

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This week has been a better week. My sugar cravings are less cause my stress is less. If I have craved, I turn to yogurt and fruit. But, if I crave, rather than fighting the craving, I will buy a small piece of chocolate, etc. It is all about moderation.

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The valentines candy at my job is half price right now and I have trouble not buying because it's so cheap. Also, when I am on the register, I have to ask people if they want to buy the special which is always candy. Every month candy. I go into work thinking I'm going to do great and not eat candy, after saying "would like to buy a Hershey bar" a thousand times, I feel like I'm going to scream if I don't eat a Hershey bar!

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I eat sugar and sweets when I am bored or lonely or stressed. I have been keeping them in check for the last couple of days, by eating fruit and yogurt. I read that the plain yogurt is best because of the added sugar in the flavored ones so I plan to by just plain and add my own fruit to them.
I like tea and do not like to use artifical sweetener so I have to use the sugar sparingly and only drink a small amount of tea daily.



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When I get sad or bored that is when it's easier to revert to sugar foods. I try not to keep sugary foods in house. Sometimes I have to buy some beef sticks as I don't eat junk food and rarely drink soda. Last week was best ever, just 1 can when went out to eat. If there are other juices or milk when go out I will take that over soda as my soda is the only caffeine I'm getting now. Snacks I keep yogurt, apples, oranges, love watermelon when have that in the house.

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2/15/14 6:05 P

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Natural sugars, like fruit, helped me to avoid sweets this Valentine's Day.

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Okay, not doing so great here. Got into some chocolate again but at least it was dark chocolate covered almonds so I mixed it up a little. And actually a few of them did seem to settle my craving. Counted in my calories for the day and still going to work out.

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2/11/14 11:23 A

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had a hard time resisting my grandsons first birthday cake but I did it. I find the less sweets i eat the less I want. it's getting easier to control mindless snacking

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2/10/14 11:29 A

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Trigger foods to tackle:
- chocolate
- chocolate
- chocolate

How?
- avoid main candy isle at the grocery store
- keep my eyes on the checkout staff at checkout
- have a piece of fruit or nuts when cravings hit

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Okay week 2 went off with a bad start, had like 3 cans of sprite and I am not a fan of soda but my boyfriend bought it because it was free with purchase at the grocery store but he dislikes soda as much as I do. going to have to have a word with him on that purchase. And I have to learn to stop eating and drinking crap I don't like just because it is there. Also had ice cream. Shoot me now. Anyways the big sugar trigger for me is chocolate (worse than potato chips),

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ABIGAIL405: I can directly relate to the triggers you listed. I also appreciate your approach to conquering them. Thank you very much! If you don't mind, your plan is also my plan. :-) One of the SparkPeople quizzes showed that I'm an "emotional eater" and your plan for exercising when stressed or lonely fits well for both our goals and needs.

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crackers and a glass of milk :) well I have started getting oyster crackers for the house, they are not a tempting as all the others are to me... just a thought for ya emoticon

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well I am not believing I am saying this... but the cravings are gone. Today is day 18 of counting calories making better choices, I had a moment last week but it is weird... I am so excited if it is true. My sweet tooth as I called it seems to be silent. I can name triggers that I had like ice cream, chocolate and baked goodies.... thankful that I feel confident today. I will take each day one at a time... emoticon

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2/3/14 4:04 P

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Week 2 starting today. My main three triggers that I will be avoiding are:

1. Ice cream - my cafeteria has soft serve...
2. Baked goods - Cakes, cookies, brownies. These are everywhere at sorority functions!
3. Candy - I will not rely on chocolate or jelly beans!

I will beat these by:

1. Having fruit after my meal.
2. Carrying a protein bar or trail mix for a healthy fix.
3. Work out when I feel stressed or lonely.


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