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Withdrawals symptoms - from pizza

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

www.safetyandhealthmagaz
ine.com/articles/17551-giv
ing-up-junk-food-may-produ
ce-withdrawal-symptoms-sim
ilar-to-drug-addiction-study


"Cutting junk food from your diet may result in withdrawal symptoms similar to those experienced by people kicking a drug habit."
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  • OOLALA53
    I still remember the very first time I ate non-homemade pizza. I just kept having slice after slice. It was so different from the simple kind we made at home. I have it occasionally, these days usually from an artisan shop, and almost always in a social situation. (though I have some leftover in the freezer) I sometimes notice the next day I might have thoughts of having more, but I dismiss them because I don't want to go down that path again and I always have other better foods available. It's one of flour foods I enjoy enough to put up with later stirrings. But I can imagine the value of letting it go for those more vulnerable. There are plenty of other foods to nourish with.
    86 days ago
  • MRSLIVINGWELL
    I like my pizza now with no-fat, no dairy "cheeze" sauce. If I can't find a good alternative for a past favorite that was not good for me, I just avoid it.I've posted how to cook without fat or oil on the McDougall forum Recipe section.

    Mrslivingwell
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    Dougall Plan Coleader
    97 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    INTERESTING validation of what I've experienced! Thank you!
    99 days ago
  • MOLLIEMAC
    Two of the most addictive ingredients; salt and cheese. Both are difficult to give up and especially for cheese the flavour and "feel" in the mouth always leads to wanting more.
    99 days ago
  • EMGERBER
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    99 days ago
  • LOF7203
    Thanks
    99 days ago
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