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Drea
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Last October (October 22, to be specific), I gave up a fairly large sugar habit. I had been eating fist-fulls of sugary candy that we keep at the kennel for clients, plus I bought a bag of Smarties - Halloween size - and ate a third of the large bag in one sitting (mindless eating while driving, that's a whole 'nuther story). Over time, I no longer fit into my jeans and had to buy a size larger than I normally wear. That was a wake-up call.

A couple of things I know about myself are my tendencies to be an all-or-nothing type of personality. Meaning, I excel on going cold turkey, but have difficulty with moderation. My original goal was to be sugar-free for 30 days. I felt that if I could get through Halloween, I could manage anything. I also gave up red wine (mainly the only alcohol I consume) and wheat. Both red wine and whole wheat are diamonds on my swami, but both of these foods cause me to crave sugar, so I thought why make it harder on myself? I added the red wine back in after the initial 30 days were up, and while a glass or two of red wine does initiate a sugar craving, I can mitigate it by eating some dried fruit or a small amount of agave.

Thirty days went by so I extended it to the New Year. By the time January 2011 rolled around, the wheat-free/sugar-free choice was a habit. I had lost weight, as my jeans were now loose again. A couple of weeks ago, I started adding in 100% rye sourdough bread (French Meadows), and have had one or two slices per day, which is too much. In all fairness, one of my all time favorite combinations of flavors is sourdough with Best Foods mayo. I ate many of those in those two weeks as well . Another thing I love is a fried egg sandwich on 100% sourdough rye bread, toasted, with garlic powder and nutritional yeast. Two loaves of rye bread later...

Yesterday I didn't plan well, and ended up in Santa Fe, meeting a friend at a coffee shop at 2pm, and having only eaten a Blueberry Uni-bar all day. That carrot muffin called to me, and I caved. Full of sugar and wheat, and who knows what else. I ate three quarters of it with my cup of blueberry rooibos tea.

My next stop was a hfs, and I bought/drank a quart of blackberry kefir sweetened with agave (Nancy's brand), and a few hours later, a pre-made egg salad sandwich on whole wheat bread (there are few choices for eating for my swami in Santa Fe, unless I'm at the North end of town where there is a Whole Foods). When I got home, I ate several rice cakes with a pot of Bengal Spice tea before going to bed.

So, my experiment of yesterday told me that eating sugar, and eating sugar combined with wheat, causes me to want more grains. The other thing I was doing in town yesterday was trying on jeans in my normal size. I must have tried on at least 5 pairs and all of them were too tight. I blame this on the amount of grains I've been eating over the last couple of weeks, the mayo, and a day without veggies.

I'm going back to a wheat-free/sugar-free food plan for another 30 days, am giving up red wine for that time, and will limit my grains to rice and oats. In addition, I'm going to limit all sweets to dried fruits for 30 days. I've noticed that I'm adding a bit too much agave into my diet with the thought "well at least it's not sugar".

I'm encouraging anyone who is willing to join me on a journey of their own to post here in support.


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I'm going back to a wheat-free/sugar-free food plan for another 30 days, am giving up red wine for that time, and will limit my grains to rice and oats. In addition, I'm going to limit all sweets to dried fruits for 30 days. I've noticed that I'm adding a bit too much agave into my diet with the thought "well at least it's not sugar".


Looks to me that you have found a formula that works for you and that it is just a matter of finding a method of making it stick. I think you can take sugar/alcohol/refined grains as more or less equals and compliant unrefined grains as a 'soft carbs' source.

Problem is, I think, that the baddies, including Wheat, tend to appear as clusters with the effect of one enhanced or modified by the others. If you can eliminate the bad package and develop a counter strategy you should be able to find a clear sailing system that allows you to avoid cravings and maintain a steady weight.

Personally I use only Blackstrap molasses sparingly as a sweetener and use only whole grains (Spelt,Rice) certainly not Wheat. Sugar of any sort is certainly not natural and deserves permanent exclusion.





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Go Drea!


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great resolve Drea!!!


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Drea,
I've been thinking about cutting back on sugar( I eat honey daily in tea and every 2 days on oatmeal) and have "slipped" once in awhile back to my organic wheat/sea salt toast. I agree that the combo you mentioned causes cravings.
I only drink red wine sporadically and don't want sugar when I do drink it.
My family, unfortunately, asks for desserts and I make them. Naturally, they are not always good for all of our types (A's and O's) and I "taste" a little when I make them.
Its time to get back to being healthier.
I will go along with you and eliminate these "poisons" from my diet. God help me!


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Type O's and some type B's seem to thrive on a totally grain-free diet, which I don't think makes sense for type A's.  I'm similar to you, Drea, in that it's easier for me to completely avoid some foods rather than struggling with them all the time.  I made the choice many years ago that if I ever want to eat grains, I just don't eat them in any form that involves flour.  I'm unable to binge on a pot of rice , but if I started eating toast, look out!  

This system has worked for me completely.  I also eliminated sugar from my diet 10 years ago and haven't knowingly eaten any during that time.  Before anyone starts thinking that I'm saying I'm SO disciplined,   let me say that a very serious illness way back then was a strong motivator for me to eat only foods that support my health.  I prefer feeling good more than having the illusion of "freedom" than saps my health and vitality.



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For breakfast I ate one (not two) slices of 100% rye bread toasted, topped with ghee, sea salt, garlic powder, and nutritional yeast. On top of that, I added two fried (also in ghee) eggs. No sugar cravings.

For lunch I ate a large salad of torn up kale leaves, celery, zuchini, red onion, crushed garlic cloves, evoo, ume vinegar, and feta cheese. Afterwards, I really wanted something sweet. Hmmm. But I didn't cave. I wondered if it was something I ate, or if I'm "detoxing" from yesterday's choices.

I'm having some raw cauliflower dipped in yogurt, cumin, garlic powder, and salt (I used to dip my veggies in Ranch dressing, but that's an avoid).

I've got to get back to drinking at least 64 ounces of water each day (I shoot for 128 ounces, since that and coffee/herbal tea is all I drink for the most part). Plus, I live at 5600 ft elevation, and it's a very dry climate.


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After the cauliflower dipped in yogurt mix, I was desperately craving sweets. I sat and knit for an hour or so, then finally caved when I remembered I had a jar of black raspberry fruit spread in the pantry (no cane sugar, but did have concentrated grape juice as second ingredient). I ate the whole jar , with almond butter (just a few spoonfuls). Then I ate the rest of the rice cakes. That satisfied me, but wasn't the best choice in terms of my sugar-free journey. I won't buy anything that will tempt me for the next 29 days. Hopefully I can wean myself off sugar/sweet things again, soon.


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Drea, I support you endeavor of going sugar and wheat free.

I think that by simply cutting out cane sugar, your body thanks you for that. I would allow myself substitute sweeteners if you crave for something sweet once in a while... baby steps is always better than not doing anything about it.

I myself cut out sugar cold turkey about a year and a half ago when I was diagnosed with huge fibroids and ovarian cyst. What I didn't know at that time was that it would heal me of my constant low-grade yeast infection... or maybe that was candidas. I don't know exactly, but it was something that my gyn wasn't able to help. Yesterday when chatting with an acquaintance, she mentioned itchiness down there and I told her to cut out sugar from her diet. She said she cut out white sugar completely many years ago but is still using brown/raw sugar. She even thought the itchiness had to do with her having given birth three times  

Anyway, I digressed... I just wanted to commend you on your effort to go sugar-free; and remember don't beat yourself up if you slip once in a while. We need to accept ourselves totally in order to heal completely.




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Also rooting for you here, Drea.  

I noticed in my low carbing days that any bread or grains caused me to gain "water weight", easily shed but easily acquired.  I'm concentrating on cutting back on my rice consumption.  Rice is a diamond in my SWAMI, but only in small amounts, and I had been over eating it.  I haven't managed to go completely sugar free yet, as I still eat dark chocolate, but I am completely wheat free.  Maybe I will see if I can get through the weekend with no chocolate or sugar at all.  I'll join you by dipping my toe in the water first.  
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I'm finding this discussion fascinating, as I suffer from many of the same issues - addictions if you like.  I've been almost com pletely wheat free for years, and if I happen to eat a cookie I notice my pulse rate goes way up right away.  Also try to avoid sugar, although it's not an actual "avoid"...I find if I have a bit I have to have some more, just like an addiction.  And I'm a chocaholic.

The most peculiar thing is that (because I don't seem to do well with ANY baked grains) I eat rice cakes, and am finding that even they appear to creat cravings in me - if I eat 4, with, say, turkey slices on them, with some veggies for lunch, I immediately crave more???

anyone else have this experience?


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Thanks for the words of encouragement!

eva b: there are certain grains that create cravings and others do not (for me). Case is point: I can eat one slice of 100% rye sourdough bread, without mayo of course, and have the rest of the loaf still intact. I cannot eat just one slice of wheat flour sourdough bread without major cravings for the rest of the loaf. I've been known to eat a whole loaf of wheat sourdough in one sitting on numerous occasions, which is why I buy it rarely.


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O in V: rice is one of those grains that if eaten white, I crave more and more, but if eaten brown, I don't.

Because I'm an A, and I'm not currently eating any meat or fowl, I find that in order to keep my protein intake at a healthy level, I have to eat "some" grain. My problem is it's a fine line between some and too much!

Now that I've been pondering my food from Wednesday, I realized that I added in wheat and sugar in the same day, and it's no wonder why I'm having such a strong craving reaction. Perhaps I should have added just one.

Breakfast is coffee with soymilk (avoid free), one slice of rye sourdough toast with ghee, garlic powder, nutritional yeast, topped with two fried eggs (in ghee), parsley, and sea salt. Normally I'm not a morning eater, but I have a full load of grooming dogs today, and often don't stop for lunch.


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Quoted from Drea

Breakfast is coffee with soymilk (avoid free), one slice of rye sourdough toast with ghee, garlic powder, nutritional yeast, topped with two fried eggs (in ghee), parsley, and sea salt. Normally I'm not a morning eater, but I have a full load of grooming dogs today, and often don't stop for lunch.


Eating breakfast, particularly protein, should help you.
Don't start your day with a calorie deficit, that's probably at least half of why your body is wanting to overcompensate throughout the day.

Watch your protein and make sure you are getting combos that complete the protein. You don't have to eat it in one sitting, but if you have a deficit in certain proteins, perhaps you are being driven to make up for them in quantity in a food that isn't very high in them.

Google protein completion and get some ideas.
Beans and rice is the classic.

Eggs are great for me as a complete protein.

You could also have gut flora out of wack. Yeasties love sugar. Do you take probiotics?


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Drea-- you need to pack snacks. Ravenous is the word that describes me when I forget to eat because of being too busy. Modulating your intake will limit stress on your body and balance your blood sugar. That could only help with cravings.


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Thanks AKArtlover, I "know" I should be eating breakfast (and used to, up until a couple of years ago). You may be on to something with the gut flora. I found some Polyflora A the other day while reorganizing. I'll finish off the bottle, at least.


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I'm unable to binge on a pot of rice , but if I started eating toast, look out!  


I'm able to binge on a pot of rice, especially if it's white rice! About a week ago, I'd made white rice for the kids, and I found myself eating the leftovers (room temperature) out of the pot by the handful. Yes, the handful- it was clumped up and I picked it up and ate it that way, easily eating 4X my daily grain portion in about 10 minutes- and I'd already eaten some  grains earlier that day.


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ha ha, ruthiegirl...I just did the same thing with white basmati rice yesterday!!   I hadn't had any grain for so long, just binged. but,  oh well....could be worse. I didn't panic, I just told myself I had eaten part of the many servings I have missed.

Drea...meeting a friend in SF is special and should be fun....maybe if you had brought a yummy yogurt (sweetened with agave) to have with tea....or whatever...rice cakes....so they'renot perfect, at least they're not sugar. (or for me, wheat)  Best of luck!!!!
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Eva b:  interesting what you say about your pulse rate.  I ate something with wheat over the holidays, I forget what it was, maybe a dessert - and I immediately felt my blood rush and heart pick up as if I had had caffeine.  Very weird.  

Drea:  I'll see whether brown rice makes a difference.

I fell of the sugar-free wagon today by eating chocolate.  I've been snacking a lot.  Can't seem to help myself.  I'm not gorging, just grazing.  And before now I'd found that eating compliantly made me feel very satisfied and NOT hungry.  Now it's the opposite.  I think it might be hormonal/time of the month.  I just want to eat...nom, nom, nom.  
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My day went much better having eaten a good breakfast. I did have a LaraBar (peanuts, dates, salt) around 2pm. It's 4pm now and I'm having sliced turnips and rutabagas in evoo with fresh garlic and sea salt. It's a new dish for me (I like it very much); I like to cook by seeing what I have and making something from it. Later, I'll make some leafy greens (I have collards and two kinds of kale). Probably throw in some beans (canned beans have made such a difference in terms of cooking/eating), which I almost always rinse first.

I can binge on a pot of rice, but I don't get those wild "oh my goodness, there's uneaten rice, I'd better hurry up and eat it quick" feelings like I do with bread.


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After just under a cup of whole, organic plain yogurt, I'm now having a scrumptious salad of torn up kale leaves, crimini mushrooms, red onion, celery, rinsed black beans, feta cheese, crushed garlic, tossed in evoo and ume vinegar. It was 50 deg F here today, so now the snow is melting.


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that salad sounds divine! and so healthful.
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It was good. So good, in fact, I'm off to make another for tonight's dinner.

I ate fried eggs on toast, then most of a pint of Nancy's cultured cottage cheese (skim milk and cream are avoids), two cups of joe with soy milk, and 1-1/2 quarts of lemon water with sea salt.

Day 3 of no sugar or wheat. So far, so good. Oh, and I weighed myself this morning; something I haven't done for months and months. I wanted to see exactly where I stand.


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After eating the kale salad (this time it had great northern beans and cauliflower), I again wanted something sweet. I waited 3 hours, and just finished a bowl of thawed, frozen blueberries, the rest of the cottage cheese, and 2 Tablespoons of almond butter. That hit the spot. The alternative was almond butter and agave, but I want to go a week without agave, to give my taste buds a chance to reset.

That's also the reason I chose the cottage cheese, as I was in the store, hungry, and it was a choice between kefir (with agave) or cottage cheese with cultures.


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