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    What you both said is what I really meant, not so much that we are addicted to food or see it as a weakness; but that we have to constantly be cognizant that we don't get lax in our quest to continue to stay on the right track of doing what we need to after HCG in order to understand our bodies and keep our results without regaining.

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    It is definitely a challenge, mystery and a puzzle sometimes, trying to figure out what works for each of us.

    I can give up most things if I have to, but if I don't I would definitely keep my coffee lol.

    I am into Part two of Lyn-genets new book, and this is by far the best info I have found so far, that seems to describe me. I always joked, that just looking at food I gain two lbs lol

    So I can't wait to start her program and hopefully find what works for me, and what doesn't. I like her new approach, testing foods one even days, and exercise on odd days. Plus testing your temperature and using the scale, which I am used to the scale doing hcg so many times.

    She gives so many examples of different people in different scenarios, and most people were shocked at what they were doing is wrong, then with doing her plan, how their lives changed.

    What I also like about this approach is it doesn't cost so much, no special ingredients or costly things needed. So again suits me better. Sorry to go on so much, but I am just excited already about doing it

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    No, no, I'm definitely addicted to food! Lol! For some of us it's an addiction. And it ain't funny!

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    Let us know how you do, Jayk!
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    I definitely will Grammy. I am almost finished P2. I was thinking of starting when I hit P4. Seems like a good time to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdwis View Post
    Leez ,Grammy , and anyone else who wants to chime in - does it sometimes seem you you like we're all fighting with our food issues the same way as those who have to fight other addictions???


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    I do feel that way. While it is a puzzle and an experiment to figure out what I can and cannot eat, and how much of certain things I can eat, I also know it is an addiction. I've spent years working on techniques for behavior modification to try to overcome that. And part of the puzzle aspect has taught me how very easily I can control the addiction by eliminating certain foods and how easily I can get completely out of control by eating just a tiny bit of something that I know can spark a relapse.

    Years ago, I remember reading something in one of Oprah's diet books. She's talking about being on an eating binge and there's nothing in the house to eat. She ends up gobbling down frozen hot dog buns with maple syrup on them because that's all there is, but she's so out of control she has to eat. That's addiction, I think. I've experienced that. But I've also learned that certain dietary choices set off that behavior in me.

    So, puzzle, experiment, addiction, necessity, healthy pleasure, mystery, genetics...it's some of all of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmmrr View Post
    I do feel that way. While it is a puzzle and an experiment to figure out what I can and cannot eat, and how much of certain things I can eat, I also know it is an addiction. I've spent years working on techniques for behavior modification to try to overcome that. And part of the puzzle aspect has taught me how very easily I can control the addiction by eliminating certain foods and how easily I can get completely out of control by eating just a tiny bit of something that I know can spark a relapse.

    Years ago, I remember reading something in one of Oprah's diet books. She's talking about being on an eating binge and there's nothing in the house to eat. She ends up gobbling down frozen hot dog buns with maple syrup on them because that's all there is, but she's so out of control she has to eat. That's addiction, I think. I've experienced that. But I've also learned that certain dietary choices set off that behavior in me.

    So, puzzle, experiment, addiction, necessity, healthy pleasure, mystery, genetics...it's some of all of that.
    I totally agree, but I'll only binge and be willing to 'pay the price' if it's something I really love which is usually a salty crunchy snack out of the bag. If I have none of those around, there's really nothing else I'll binge on. If they're available, I can eat two large bags of chips or cheesy crunch snacks in less than 30 minutes even if I'm not really hungry - so "a bagged snack is definitely my crack" - lol!

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    I did use to binge when I was younger. But it was usually something like pigging out at Thanksgiving, or after doing some kind of starvation diet. I remember once, after being on a protein-only plan for 3 weeks, and then breaking the diet by eating a whole pizza. I always felt horrible on the protein diets, so after a few days, I'd avoid eating even that. Then for years, my weight loss method became fasting and/or extreme food restriction. I think, for me, that long-term food restriction has made me dislike a "too-full" feeling. So now, if I do indulge in something I'm craving, I seldom eat enough of it to get that feeling.

    I didn't even have a recognition of hunger cues or fullness for most of my life. But I spent a couple years following Jean Antonello's "Naturally Thin" plan that teaches you to tune into your hunger and fullness signals. I never experienced the weight loss the plan promises, but I did really get in touch with my body signals. I think that training has helped me stay in control after finally losing with HCG.
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