Hello fellow dieters,
I am here still trying to get my weight stable. I go from a correction day to be very hungry the following day, so I am still trying to find the balance, which is not an easy task. I am not sure if someone went through the same, but sometimes I feel I am addict to dieting, it's like I have been on a strict diet for such long time that when I have to choose what to eat more freerly I feel afraid and make mistakes.
I guess is a learning process.
Oh well, the protocol is over and I am really happy with the results. Mostly because not only I lost weight but I got rid of 3 bad habits. Diet coke, sweets and excess of coffee.
I am not drinking any diet coke which is making me feel lighter and less bloaded. I am not craving sweets as much as before, this is amazing as I am a fanatic x chocolate and to actually have a better control of this type of food is a wonderful sucess. Coffee has always been my friend but when I started
I have been on the drops for 23 days and lost about 4 kilos all together, I am starting a new round tomorrow. So excited about it.
Wish me luck.
Hi all, tought I give you an update and some courage for all those in the same situation.
I feel much better today, I carried on with the plan as if yesterday did not exsist at all, I did not see the changes in the scale from yesterday but maybe I will see them tomorrow, you'll never know.
The good news is that I forgave myself and moved on with the plan. This is a very breaktrough for me as I am cronic on giving things up when something goes wrong or I don't see a fast result.
You all beautifull people. ....
So many great stories. It gives me a lot of courage to read you all. I have been on the drops for 20 days and today I cheated.
I eat chocolate and cereal bars, around 900 calories. I don't know what to do next. Was thinking to do a correction day but I a reading many different posts about it.
I have to say that I am not very overweighted but had a really sick relationship with food for a very long time, lately maintained