You are a fab woman...
And you know what. I felt exactly the same.
And you know what else. It's fabulous getting close that's for sure....I'm not there yet so can't tell you how it feels. But its nice being close
Thank you, you two......its lovely that you pop by so often xx
sorry ive not been about today...
i normally would be but with my boss home i have to make it look like im actually doing something...
and i dont get much reception here so my phone net is useless!!!
Me neither Kes, my parents are here ............maybe tonight x
im here but this is my only time to post Hope you had a good day, darling x
Today I had my first starvation attack whilst at a hospital appointment with my daughter........even though i could have eaten anything in the hospital shop to satisfy it, I chose not to and drank a load of water. I was dead shakey. I was so close to ruining it all due to that hunger
This is the part of the diet that frightens me. It just came out of the blue and I didn't like it.
Hi Rumbly, sorry only just saw this post. I work as a supervisor and we monitor alarms, etc. Quite stressful sometimes.
Originally Posted by rumbly-tums
Hope you're ok?
Hi Rumbly, that's not good! Hope you're ok now? Didn't the hospital shop have anything protein-based, like some meat or a protein bar that you could've had as an emergency source? Well done for staying strong though. x
Originally Posted by rumbly-tums
Day 8 continued
I knew my self control was too good to be true. I was so smug to think that I was invincible and powerful. But no, today's hunger attack really made me have doubts about myself. Thanks to Tess's advice above, if it were to happen again I will reach out for a protein snack (of sorts).
Now don't think me wrong, but I know a LOT about protein. Ive done atkins loads of times and its an amazing diet - I usually do it to de-bloat on a regular basis ....... Im not an "atkins for life girl" (although I'll probably follow an atkins style diet at the end of CD because I know its carbs that make me a masso chunka moo moo).
Im sooooooo protein educated and know what to spot in shops and cafes. If a hunger pang stngs again, the thing Ill reach out for is a pack of those yummy fridge raiders which are VERY low carbs and are free on atkins. I just didnt think to buy something protein-y during my starvation attack as I just have CD shakes on my mind for the day, meal at night and my bar for supper. And today, my head went into panic mode. God, I know it sounds dramatic but it threw me for six.
Anyway, Ive had another turkey loaf tonight which was heavenly and my bar for supper and Im back to normal and on track to lose at least 4-6lbs this week as Im still in my first fortnight.
Loves ya xx
Last edited by rumbly-tums : 22nd October, 2010 at 01:27 AM
Hey Rumbly, glad my advice helped! That's made me feel all good. Oh, and you've made me drool again over turkey loaf. LOL.
just wanted to write that I've been 100% since I started and even though it feels good it hasn't been without the most gruelling will power.
Had my beautiful choc mint shakes, orange bar and one chicken breast today with my usual ice cold water. Managed all this during a hectic day with a tv film company who are filming a documentary about our daughter and illnesses relating to gulf war/injections/depleted uranium. We suspect her condition is linked with the first gulf war.
Exciting and scarey stuff, really.
Well I think you are amazing. And staying 100%.... that's just something else....
YOu will have to tell us when the documentey is on so we can all watch it and are your beautiful girl...
I'm not around much today maybe tonight and tomorrow but we must catch up on Monday at some point.....
Oh rumbly how wonderful you will be able to raise awareness!
Please please let us know when you and your beautiful family are on telly so we can watch!!
Well done for 100% it feels good doesn't it!!
Onwards and downwards xxxxx
Today was another toughie only because I took my darling girl and mum to town. They had KFC whilst I went over the road to a health food shop to buy a 700ml bottle of cold water (exciting times, huh?).
Lucky for me I had half of my CD bar for today and slowly chewed on that to keep me from a: Lard and b: Fainting.
For tea I had charcoaled chicken from the kebab shop as Mum and Dad were here and they normally have a saturday night treat. I know our kebab shop serve their charcoaled kebab unadulterated so I didnt feel so bad. I never even touched the naan bread that it came in and instead handed it over to the family to tear apart like ravenous wolves.
So another day with yet no blips but there is always time for that, isnt there?
Feeling quite proud of myself but there is nothing like the feeling of patting your tummy after a fish and chip supper these days - you can't exactly congratulate your tummy on a friggin shake......but somehow I manage!
Why don't you start having lunch in other places other than fast food places? There are some lovely sandwich shops/delis/bagel bars out there and then McDs etc can be kept for very special treats.
They do say part of CD success is a change in lifestyle :-)
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