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Ron-A-Non
Thursday, November 29, 2007, 4:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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This morning I woke up and went over to Burgerville.  And guess what I had...

I had the halibut fish and chips with a hamburger and sweetened raspberry Nestea iced tea.  Within minutes, the headaches and stomach rumblings began.

So now I'm off to take some Deflect, NAG, and glucosamine.
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Thursday, November 29, 2007, 4:53pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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sorry Ron...were you looking for sympathy Poor Ron...!!


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live, eat, and learn!!


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live, eat, and learn!!

Why not learn, eat, live. Isn't that the BTD way.  



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Ron, I feel your pain.  I do binges too even though I'm well aware I'm going to pay a price.


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Hi Ron,
  I dunno know what to say.  

Just this, we love you!  



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Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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learn, eat, live

whatever is fine with me!


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"larn, eat, live" or the other way...it works both ways, you can pay me now or you can pay me later.
But hey. Ron, who among us has not slipped up?

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Thursday, November 29, 2007, 10:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I sympathise! Yesterday my mum bought a large bag of marshmallows near me    and I picked at them all day  

Then we ate out 4 dinner and I had fries and bread..  

I felt like I had asthma last night trying to get to sleep I could not get enough air lying down and sat up gulping for air, cursing  
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'tis the season...

Make yourself some sweet potato fries next time you feel a binge coming on


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hmm how do you make sweet potato fries..they sound so yummy
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cut them up, toss them in olive oil put in the oven with spices, let brown, watch them and turn them occasionally so they don t burn!


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Make yourself some sweet potato fries next time you feel a binge coming on


How do they taste though?  Sweet potato is a very different taste from regular potato!
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Friday, November 30, 2007, 5:16am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Everybody binges !! ... forgive urself and move on  
That's what I do  
Cheers  


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How do they taste though?  Sweet potato is a very different taste from regular potato!


I've sliced and fried sweet potatoes and they are somewhat sweeter than white potatoes, but are really good.  I didn't fry them until they were crisp, so don't know how hard it is to get them crisp without burning them...


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ok they don't get as crisp...and they're kinda sweet...but I love them!
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Ouch. Binge breakfasts . . . hope that got the cravings out of your system for a while, Ron. I think Os in particular need to be reminded now and then just how much avoids trash ya. Every once in a while I get all nostalgic for my old breakfast (a toasted bagel with cream cheese) and have one. It usually tastes pretty awful and I'm sick for several days, but hey--the craving is gone for a good long while!

About sweet potato fries . . . yes, they're different from white potato fries--a bit softer and sweeter--but once you get used to the difference, they're fantastic. I much prefer sweet potatoes now in place of white potatoes. They have a wonderful complex flavor, just that hint of earthy spice with the sweetness, that makes them so good! Sweet potato fries are really delicious with hot sauce or cayenne sprinkled on them. Giada di Laurentiis makes hers with basil salt--fresh basil minced and mixed with sea salt, then sprinkled on the fries when they come out of the oven. Yum!


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Ron, I still have times like that and sometimes it seems to happen out of the blue for no good reason.  All you can do is pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and know that you are in this thing for the long haul, it is all about sustainability and a lifetime diet, so if once in a blue moon you do what a dear participant of the old board used to dub "howling at the moon", it's okay.

The trick is to get back in the groove after jumping the tracks.  Because, I don't know about you, but once I derail, I tend to stay derailed if I don't put Herculean effort into getting back on track.  It seems to be far easier to stay on track once I'm there than to get back there once I'm off in the shrubbery/ditch.  I visualize having to climb and claw my way out of the ditch and back onto a literal train track or path.  Some tricks I've found to quell/calm the carb monsta, once he breaks the restraints of his cage and goes on a wild tear through my system are:

1.  Eat wild salmon.  The protein and especially the high quality omega 3 fat in salmon seems to balance me out and get me back on track like nothing else.

2.  If you are right in the middle of a carb binge and feel you can't stop, eat some fresh grapefruit.  This seems to work IMMEDIATELY to stop my cravings.  But it doesn't replace the need to eat salmon to really get you back in balance.  It is more of a "first aid" thing.  Then you proceed with the real "treatment" of the salmon.

3.  Exercise (preferably outdoors in the sunlight).  Does too much to list, all good.

4.  Take some glucosamine sulfate or some Deflect (which you did, good boy!).

5.  Try to get enough sleep.

Gotta go for the moment.  Forgive yourself, Ron.  It is, as Lisalea said, something we all (or many of us, anyway!) do from time to time.  That carb monsta is a wiley one.


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This morning I woke up and went over to Burgerville.  And guess what I had...

I had the halibut fish and chips with a hamburger and sweetened raspberry Nestea iced tea.  Within minutes, the headaches and stomach rumblings began.

So now I'm off to take some Deflect, NAG, and glucosamine.


Do you know what may have brought the binge on?
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Ron-A-Non
Saturday, December 1, 2007, 8:42am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I don't know what brought the binge on.  Maybe boredom with the safe foods I've been limiting myself to.
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How do they taste though?
Heavenly.



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I think we all need to binge once in awhile to remind us why we normally strictly (somewhat) adhere to the BTD.


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I have not had a binge of avoids yet (I am only on the diet since August and am too afraid to get more pain), but if I have a binge one day, I'll make sure I'll enjoy it.  
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Yeah, we generally enjoy the binges, but, ow I know I pay dearly for mine!! I wouldn't say I've been bingeing alot lately, but more like have had one tire nearly flat, with the result of lumpy steering. I just got laid off one of the worst temp jobs of my life where the boss was OMG horrible, a real psycho, but food parties are the order of the day at that large (think Snoopy) insurance company, and because of big departmental shakeups, we were getting "pity" parties in addition to the usual calorie-fests. I've put on so much weight I can't believe it. Now that I'm back to feeding myself, phew, less temptations. I'm telling myself in a week I'll feel much better.


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