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Old 26th May 2019, 10:00   #146471
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Thats the way Rich.

The only successful diet is to change your eating habits long term.

My big problem was cakes and pies so we just don't buy them now.

Lots more fish and fresh fruit and veg in the diet seems to be working another 2lbs and I will have shed 5 stone now just 11lb left to my 13 stone target.

Cheers Ian


Thatís some going Ian, you are correct though, if you stop buying the Ďbadí stuff you canít eat it!
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Thats the way Rich.
The only successful diet is to change your eating habits long term.
My big problem was cakes and pies so we just don't buy them now.
Lots more fish and fresh fruit and veg in the diet seems to be working another 2lbs and I will have shed 5 stone now just 11lb left to my 13 stone target.
Cheers Ian
Ian you have done really well and I admire your will power. At some of the breakfast meets I go to when I am in the UK, you should see what some of the guys pack away, in particular the venues where it’s tempting to eat as much as is possible. A few will get thru 3-4 plates of eggs, sausages, bacon, baked beans and fried bread, grits, black pudding Seriously it’s a problem because the big guys with the big appetites are super sensitive about their weight, how can I tell them about it without hurting their feelings. They are nice blokes and I don’t want them to become cardiac or diabetic cases.

I am down to nearly 5 stone off since February, 2 weeks in hospital and losing my teeth helped. Mr Kipling Apple Pies, I love them but are not sold here. Like yourself Ian, I eat fish, fresh veg and fresh fruit instead.
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Old 26th May 2019, 15:51   #146473
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Afternoon all, it's very been very windy here with heavy rain, It''s stopped now and the sun has come out but it's still a bit wild out there. I had to put the tomato plants I had in planters back in the greenhouse as they were getting battered down with wind & rain this morning


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Old 26th May 2019, 16:04   #146474
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My big problem was cakes and pies so we just don't buy them now.
Lots more fish and fresh fruit and veg in the diet seems to be working another 2lbs and I will have shed 5 stone now just 11lb left to my 13 stone target.
Cheers Ian
Dito Cakes, pies, biscuits and chocolate was my downfall Ian. I've not eaten chocolate now for over four years, not even a nibble. We still have these foods in the house as Tracey and the girls still enjoy indulging from time to time, but I myself can now leave all the naughty stuff alone.

You will find all that lovely naughty food you once ate Ian, the craving soon goes after about 12 months, you no longer look at it in the same way. You soon become accustom to the dangers and proportions you once were used too, you find yourself doing a complete u-turn.

Once your learn to maintain your ideal weight, everything falls into place and the daily relationship you have with food becomes a much easier and healthy one.

Well done to you and Jan, I cant wait to see the new you.


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I am down to nearly 5 stone off since February, 2 weeks in hospital and losing my teeth helped. Mr Kipling Apple Pies, I love them but are not sold here. Like yourself Ian, I eat fish, fresh veg and fresh fruit instead.
Blooming heck Phil, hope you are ok, are you over the worst now?
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Lentil soup and rye bread for me tonight then
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What! no Pork pie?
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[QUOTE=Dallas;2736198]Dito Cakes, pies, biscuits and chocolate was my downfall Ian. I've not eaten chocolate now for over four years, not even a nibble. We still have these foods in the house as Tracey and the girls still enjoy indulging from time to time, but I myself can now leave all the naughty stuff alone.

You will find all that lovely naughty food you once ate Ian, the craving soon goes after about 12 months, you no longer look at it in the same way. You soon become accustom to the dangers and proportions you once were used too, you find yourself doing a complete u-turn.

Once your learn to maintain your ideal weight, everything falls into place and the daily relationship you have with food becomes a much easier and healthy one.

Well done to you and Jan, I cant wait to see the new you[QUOTE]
It has been my downfall for years Wes, I could demolish a 250g bar of dairy milk in one go at one time, but a few months back, I noticed I was getting a gut, so cut out chocolate during the week, only having it at weekends. I don't drink much anyway, a bottle of ale Friday Saturday and Sunday night does me, if I go to the pub with friends, which is rare, 3/4 pints and I'm full, physically couldn't drink any more. Only ever have salt on chips, but just a dash. We never cook in salt at all, its always been the sweet stuff with me.
I will allow myself a treat now and then once the sugar level is down to where it should be. I know some of you will be thinking" yeah right,then it all starts again", but no, this has been a wake up call.Healthy food and more exercise from now on. I have weaned myself off the amount of sugar I have in coffee,for years it was 2, but now its too much, for about 2 years now I have been on 1. Same with carbonated drinks, normal coke and pop is too sickly sweet, so have been on diet stuff for a long time too.
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Evening all, after all the rain through the night and this morning, the afternoon turned out nice. Very breezy and not that hot, but still pleasant, just come back from 40 minute brisk walk around the roads surrounding the caravan site
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