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Old 10-19-2012, 06:58 AM   #31
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For yesterday's UD.....I had 2 pieces of fudge saved from what dd made the previous day when I couldn't have it. It was soooooo good and fit my plan for the day. But then I was 'bad' and ate not 1, not 2.....but 6 of her cookies. (At least they were small. LOL) Planned to have 2 but they were so good my sweet tooth didn't want to stop. But you know what.......I was super busy all day and skipped B & L knowing I might have sweets after dinner and my numbers were still good. Having that boundary kept me from feeling guilty and going on to eat a dozen....and that makes me smile. Up .4 this a.m. which is perfectly normal for me following any UD. I know it will be gone tomorrow. And even though there are still cookies left I am not tempted to have them today since I had my fill yesterday. (I know those weren't healthy choices and really, I don't do that every UD...but it's nice to be 'able' to now and then.)
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Old 10-19-2012, 07:04 AM   #32
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I'm another who enjoys sweets and desserts. And also, who doesn't have them all the time either. And who appreciates a plan that allows me to work them into the plan without so much as a blip on the radar.

I also find it interesting that just because I can, doesn't mean that I do. I could work sweet treats in on a daily basis, but I don't. Just when I decide I want something, and that usually isn't all that often.

I should add.. JUDDD has really changed my view about all foods, sweets and treats included. Compulsions eventually just fade away. JUDDD magic, I guess. Whatever it is, the fact that JUDDD has entirely changed my relationship with food is a welcome miracle.
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Old 10-19-2012, 07:06 AM   #33
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Dawn gets soy and edamame back!

This makes me smile on a MD
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:14 AM   #34
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Dawn - so glad your new endo is so good for you! And congrats on the soy freedom! YAY!

Pat - there really is something freeing about this WOE. I'm amazed by my reaction to it. When you know you CAN have something, it somehow takes away the obsessive reaction. I can have ice cream any 2nd day I want. And you know what? I haven't had ANY since I started JUDDDind. Crazy. Wonderful. Amazing. WOW!
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Old 10-19-2012, 11:10 AM   #35
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Dawn, I'm glad you're able to have a bit of soy here and there. It's really hard to completely avoid some ingredients that seem to be in every food out there. I have a pretty strong wheat/gluten sensitivity but I sometimes allow it in tiny amounts like in soy sauce and it hasn't affected my body negatively. I'm thankful I can do that because I know others may not be able to.

I feel the same way about JUDDD and freedom. Just knowing I can have whatever I want on occasion (within the confines of my food allergies and health restrictions) really made a huge difference in my relationship with food and dieting. I've never found a woe that's as positive and freeing as JUDDD. I don't have any binging or uncontrolled falling off the wagon episodes anymore because the reality is that I enjoy the way I eat now and I love the food that I eat as well. No reason to binge if I can just schedule it into the next UD (or heck, even on a DD if I can fit it in).
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