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Hello KPLOUNGE
Thanks for the great advice. I am going to start adding more protein to my diet and add Vitamin D. I just had a physical done a few weeks ago and everything came back normal, including TSH. I know that my calorie consumption has decreased and my exercise has increased, so hopefully in the next couple of weeks, I will see my weight decrease. emoticon

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Hi STEPHADLER82. I know it can be discouraging, but keep at it! The fact that you were meeting your goals is a success. Your body will get used to it, and you will feel less hungry as you get more and more into your program. The only suggestion I have is fiber. Try eating foods that have fiber. From what I understand, it gives a person a fuller feeling. Spark has a lot of articles about it, and what are good sources. Good luck!

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My nutritionist said more protein and 1000mg of Vitamin D, daily. That is because my Vitamin D was deficient. She said Vitamin D has a lot to do with weigh loss. Have a blood test and have your nutrients checked. Also, I have an appointment with her on Thu and taking my nutrition tracker printouts for dietary help. You might do the same with your nutritionist/dietician. Don't worry if insurance is an issue. Your local hospital may have a free life-style change program where you can go to the dietician there.

She also suggested a thyroid check, since you said you're not losing weight. I have plateaued going on 4th week.

The program I'm on makes me take my weight every day. I told her I refused to step on the scale again, (was very discouraged) so now I don't get on the scale but once a week. I manually input my last known weight.

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Hello everyone,

I weighed myself this morning and I didn't lose any weight. I know I worked hard last week with food and exercise and so it was kinda discouraging. =/

Even though I am eating on the upper end of the recommended suggested calorie intake, I still feel hungry a lot. Does anyone else experience this and if so, any suggestions?

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Way to go REGNUR617!

I did really well with sweets last week. I had one dessert last night, but that was it for the whole week.

I kept on track today but it was really, really hard at times. I found myself really obsessing about what lunches to pack for the next couple of days. My family and I decided to go to the park and go for a walk and that really helped me to stop thinking about it. I felt much better afterward. Today I am trying to remember the whole 'One Day at a Time' thing.

Glad the day is almost over.

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3/30/13 10:18 P

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My work wellness incentive program has done wonders for my sugar intake decrease! Received 1 point each day that I had no sugar, goal of 20 for the month. earning 5 wellness points. I started selling only healthy snacks in my office at work to benefit relay for life. In the past I ended up selling all sorts of bad foods, chips, candy bars and couldn't get a stronger person to take them out of my office so I could avoid temptation.

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OK - week two - I have accepted that I cannot eat any sugar at all without going off the rails with my eating plans. My triggers are tiredness, physical proximity, and wanting to be part of the group. I have started telling people that I don't eat sugar - and that is already becoming easier - and people don't really react badly to that - they usually either say that I'm 'good' or that they have a problem too! I have also started eating more raw foods again - because that helped stabilise my sugar last time - probably the low carbs in the raw food lifestyle. I am substituting natural carob bars for chocolate - they have no added sugars at all and are satisfying. I am trying to make sure I always have some nut proteins with me - to eat with apples - so I get a sweet hit with a dose of fat and protein. This works as long as I keep up the habit of carrying those things with me. What I WANT to progress is a healthy habit of drinking water - I'm far more likely to eat than to drink - and I know that more water will help me with sugar too. On to Week 3?

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Wow - I just took the "Is It Sugar or Something Else?" quiz and did miserably poor on it! I guess I need to spend lots of time this week learning what all of those ingredients really mean!

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3/17/13 7:45 A

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Sugar is my down fall and having somewhat of a time keeping it down. Keeping under my calories and low on carbs so I can have a bite of ice cream with the girls at night and it seems to be helping. Don't dare drink a coke as then I will be back on the kick. Making a cookie recipe today I found on the page and will let you know how it turns out. Replacing the chocolate chips with peanut butter chips and adding nuts. Will get the recipe dpwn so we all can track easier.

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3/17/13 12:25 A

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Ok. I broke down and ate two Krispy Kreme doughnuts on lunch today. emoticon I have been craving sweets for the last week and I have managed to control the cravings with apples. Tomorrow should be better for me. In an attempt to adjust my cravings I will cut out my coke or cut the amount in half.

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Took me over 2.5 hours to go shopping this evening. Took my list of what I can have and not have due to my sugar intake. Read every box, every package. Did fairly well. Ready for week three to start. I even bought just plain greek yogrut, and mixed my own fruit in it. Was shocked how much sugar is actually in the flavored yogurts.




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Took me a while to come back too and this week I look forward to checking out all the hidden sugar in what I eat. I am going to print that info and find it very handy. Last week I already rediuced my wine intake to 1 glass with my dinner, which I really enjoy and even introduced an alcohol-free night to my week. I just go for a swim or do some exercise rather than rely on that drink to de-stress. Working well! Am curious as to where the rest of the sugar intake may be hiding and think I'd rather be slow and get it right!

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after the first week i really didn't want to complete the second week and it took me awhile to come back and really put my foot down to sugar. A few things i realized is that i NEED sugar in coffee, otherwise i can't drink it. So the only way to stop doing that was to stop drinking coffee. For the last week i haven't had any sugar coffee and stuck to a clean diet. I feel great!!

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Just starting my second week of the challenge. Very happy that I've been able to go a full week without stopping at the store to pick up that extra little snack. Look forward to learning more about sugar this week.

Love this challenge! It gets me think about what I'm putting into my body-especially when I'm away from home.

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I have gone 9 days without drinking any soda, and I have cut my sugar intake in half. I know I have a long way to go, and I am trying to learn all the different types of sugars out there. When I get to the store I sometimes forget to read the food labels.




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3/12/13 3:43 P

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A milestone today. Ate 1/2 of my "treat" for the day and didn't want or need the remainder! Will just need to fight the crave later, if it presents itself.

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I am not a sugar eater, per se, however; I do like to get into a bit of something sweet now and then. Sometimes those now and thens are multiplied. I plan to avoid most sugars, and read the packages to see if there are hidden sugars that I am not aware of. I tend to, sometimes, try not to see the sugar in things. I have been so adamant, I sometimes scare family and friends off. emoticon

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that is hard

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I really underestimated how difficult this would be. I'm not a soda drinker, fruit juice drinker or sports drink drinker so that part is easy. It's the cookies, candy and ice cream. Limiting myself to one of these a day, only, and it's a battle. I have to choose wisely!

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Hi, My triggers are stress, hormones, and boredom. My go to sweet food: peanut butter with chocolate chips. I always have peanut butter in the house. Sometimes I have it with honey if there are no chocolate chips. I also like mixed drinks if there is nothing sweet to eat. Also, shopping is one of the worst times for me especially if I am alone. Today I made it through two stores without buying food. It was stressful wanting to give in to the crave and choosing not to. I think that is why now, I want something more than ever. I shared this with my husband so he took me out for mini date over tea. I love him for that.
I think my success will be in sharing my struggles with my husband. I have not done this in the past. I did not want to seem weak to him.
I think I need to find an alternative. Unfortunately, I really do not like much fruit. I never have and I do not want to eat it at night. When it is cold, I want something warm, not cold. I need to check the website for warm and healthy deserts.
That is what I have learned so far. I am pleased with my progress.

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I seem to NEED something sweet after dinner! Had a very small piece of choc cake from my birthday dinner!

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mine is in the evening

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I seem to crave sugar more when I'm alone, or when I need to find comfort. Stress is definitely a trigger, it's my first year teaching and things at work have been stressful, though when there's a let up at work there's something wrong at home. The first week was easy I didn't have sugar even though I had access to it. Then, I ruined it yesterday when I had a little chocolate sauce with my fat free sherbet. I am finding that when I do get cravings they last for days and often come right along with a migraine, just like the article for this week mentions. I'm guessing it's sugar withdrawl, but I'm not surprised--it's something I've gone through before.

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3/9/13 9:19 A

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I'm not sure what triggers my sweet tooth. It just seems like it's always on! I seem to do pretty well as long as it's not easily available. I even do a good job at resisting buying candy or sweets when I'm shopping, but I'm usually in trouble when it's available at work or an event. So far this week I haven't done too well at resisting. But I'm determined to press on and be determined in controlling my sugar intake.

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3/8/13 11:00 P

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I have stopped making cakes and snacks with sweets. I have replaced them with fresh fruits.I am OK with fruits as my sweets until my husband brings candy home. That is my down fall. As long as it's not in my house. Today I stopped myself from grabbing some of the Reese's cups that my husband brought home and ate unsweetened applesauce instead. I enjoyed seeing him eat them all and get himself feeling sick because he ate too much! (funny). I know that I could make desserts with the sugar substitute, but it's not the issue. It's the candy and ice cream my husband brings home that gets me. It's like I have to eat it because it is there. SO I once again talked to my husband about bringing it into the house.

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I crave chocolate....I have been eatting dried fruit in place of the chocolate. Then I noticed it has a lot of sugar... I drink my cherry pepsi... I have tried to quit drinking but that is my only caffiene.... I don't drink or like tea or coffee.....

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Gonna try to avoid places that tempt me to buy candy and get my fruit more often.

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I crave sweets after lunch and dinner so I try to eat a piece of fruit with each meal. It greatly reduces my cravings and I'm to full to reach for candy. I skipped ahead and cut out most of my sugar intake. I still have honey and cokes. It's odd though. I dont crave sugar nearly as much as I expected and it's usually when I eat a high carb meal.

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I want to become more aware of the various forms of sugar and choose alternate healthier forms of sweets.. I need to do more leg work in finding hidden sugars. And I need to cleanse my house of the hidden sugars. I believe I have been cutting out sugars as a natural process of following my nutrition plan but I have maybe three or four cravings per week. I need to change how I succumb to them.

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1. I would like to totally cut out soda period. I have went from soda everyday to 1 a day, now Im 1 a week.

2. I would like to cut back on my Starbucks Frapps. I have gotten better but I would like to do maybe 1 a week

3. Stop getting dessert to go when I go to a restaurant. Just on special occassions.

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The three sources of sugar that I want to give up are:
1. The dessert table in the school cafeteria
2. The snacks I might buy to satisfy a craving, but in reality lead to binge eating
3. Desserts that I feel obliged to eat because my friends are eating them (yeah, this is kind of the same as the dessert table, but it is a different trigger)

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I caved today and had a hot chocolate. Sucks, too, because it was 200 calories I didn't need.

Does gum count? I know there's artificial sweetener in it. I want to give up all artificial sweeteners, too, in order to really focus on breaking the craving. But gum is what I use to distract me from eating more food. I thrive on the stuff.

What a conundrum!

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3/3/13 10:02 P

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So today I had a little craving for something sweet. I could not Identify what I wanted so I just ate and orange and then I forgot all about it! Guess that worked well!

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If I make a "power bag" (pistachios, pretzels, raisins) I can avoid cravings. If I keep track of what I eat in general, I know I can control other things too :)

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Granola bars are one of my biggest trigger, and around 4 in the afternoon is the worst time for me. The three triggers I plan to avoid are:


1. granola bars
2. yogurt (I just discovered this is loaded with sugar!)
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My biggest trigger is a "health" bar, like Kind, Luna or some type of granola bar. Worst time is after dinner.



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2/24/13 10:10 A

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Since I am logging everything I eat, I have been careful to avoid binges of sugar. I still enjoy 1 piece of dark chocolate on most days, and green tea with a speculoos cookie around 7 pm.

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This week has been pretty good for me. My second full week without giving in to my sweet tooth! I do still put 1 tsp of sugar in my coffee, but that's down from 2 tsp! And this week I've only had coffee one morning - after my forced fast Sunday/Monday for my colonoscopy, when I tried to drink a cup of coffee on Tuesday it upset my stomach. So Wednesday & Thursday I didn't even have any. I had a cup Friday, but didn't really enjoy it. So maybe I'm breaking my coffee habit as well! (my brother always did say that I only drank coffee for the cream & sugar!)

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Okay...week 2 is going good so far...I think. My biggest trigger is eating; when I finish a meal, I CRAVE chocolate. If I try to ignore it, the craving gets stronger and stronger until I eat the chocolate. So I told myself for this week, after my meals, I MUST eat a fruit before I can eat my chocolate. The first two days went very well...ate lots of fruit and was just too full to eat any chocolate...NONE! Today was day three and I caved...no fruit but only 2 fun size candy bars. Still stayed within my calorie budget AND increased my exercise from 20 to 30 minutes. So I don't feel too bad about the candy/no fruit mishap. We'll see how the rest of the week goes...

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So far I have taken the sugar out of my coffee and use a substitute sweetner. Now to keep hubby from bringing candy into the house

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I have several trigger foods....I will try to limit myself to 1 serving during the week and 2 on weekends (Pop, Sweet Tea, Fruit Juice, Candy, Cake and Cookies, etc.) emoticon

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The trigger food I will be avoiding is Valentines candy. I'll just give it way.

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No worries Fibrobutterfly! Just get up and keep going :o)

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No worries Fibrobutterfly! Just get up and keep going :o)

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I have been doing super for two weeks! Sunday, for no apparent reason I ate girlscout cookies...Ralph is a minister and we order from all the kids...I was shocked at myself!! Back on track today. Temporary insanity! emoticon

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I have been doing super for two weeks! Sunday, for no apparent reason I ate girlscout cookies...Ralph is a minister and we order from all the kids...I was shocked at myself!! Back on track today. Temporary insanity! emoticon

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need lots of help .....i give in to my cravings everytime i see something sweet

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I find that just by tracking what I eat on sparkpeople has made me more aware of the nutrients, calories, and sugar that are in the foods I'm eating. Since I'm eating healthier all around, I'm finding myself craving less sugar.
I've also been eating fruit and dried fruit, and I think that is really helping curb my sugar cravings.

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Week 2 has gone well, I have cut out unnecessary sugar, I satisfy my sweet tooth with fruit, ive also added vegies into my diet. My cravings are under control they just don't happen very often and I can usually satisfy it with something acceptable. Overall good week.

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