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Old 03-06-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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Everything tastes better with JUDD!

I kid you not! I didn't know where else to say this so I'll say it here. Seriously. JUDDing makes food taste better. Any one agree? And, on top of that it gets me more in tune with my body so I know what I really want.

Today's lunch was supposed to be eggs and green peppers. That's what I planned on but my brain said, no, we want salmon. Thankfully I have some wild Alaskan salmon in the freezer. I took out two fillets and thawed them. Then grilled them lightly in EVOO and covered them in dill.

I made a big salad and put the salmon on top. It tasted like a gourmet meal! It was wonderful! Now I'm such a happy camper.

Funny that when I'm not on JUDD and just shoveling food in because it's there, even potato chips or a supreme pizza aren't that great.

Yay for how JUDD gets our appetites under control! Yay for healthy nutrition! I'm so thankful for taste buds that can enjoy healthy food. Yum!

I think this goes along with someone saying we should savor our food. Yum. just. Yum!
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Old 03-06-2013, 04:43 PM   #2
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I def have a taste for different foods since JUDDDing as I only want to eat fruit, greek yoghurt, greek salad and salmon (and nuts but I'm not going to go there). I mean these foods are all I want to eat - I don't want anything else.

Before I used to be a big meat eater. I made a healthy veggie beef mince bolognaise sauce for my dinner and I can't look at it, let alone eat it, it just looks heavy and the thought of eating it makes my stomach hurl so I am going to palm it off onto DH. Can't complain, I'm craving good healthy foods which is a good thing. Do you think this is a side effect of JUDDD?
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Old 03-06-2013, 04:53 PM   #3
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I think we learn to enjoy the flavours so much more because of our DDs. At least, in my experience, I want the most taste bang for my caloric buck. That carries over into UDs and I can really enjoy the flavours of my "splurges" as well.

When something just doesn't taste as good as we thought it would, it's also much easier to just stop eating it. JUDDD is amazing for helping to regulate appetite as well as what we WANT to eat.
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:20 PM   #4
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When something just doesn't taste as good as we thought it would, it's also much easier to just stop eating it. JUDDD is amazing for helping to regulate appetite as well as what we WANT to eat.
Totally agree!
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:30 PM   #5
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There are just things I don't want anymore...or things I'm ok with not finishing. Then there are things I really want but I want to listen to my body more (like that apple cobbler from a few weeks ago). But I'm so proud of myself for passing on it - its brought more satisfaction in the long term than eating that cobbler would have!
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:10 PM   #6
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Yum. just. Yum!
ummm... I think that's Yam. just Yam.

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Old 03-06-2013, 07:55 PM   #7
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ummm... I think that's Yam. just Yam.

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Old 03-06-2013, 08:33 PM   #8
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I def have a taste for different foods since JUDDDing as I only want to eat fruit, greek yoghurt, greek salad and salmon (and nuts but I'm not going to go there). I mean these foods are all I want to eat - I don't want anything else.

Before I used to be a big meat eater. I made a healthy veggie beef mince bolognaise sauce for my dinner and I can't look at it, let alone eat it, it just looks heavy and the thought of eating it makes my stomach hurl so I am going to palm it off onto DH. Can't complain, I'm craving good healthy foods which is a good thing. Do you think this is a side effect of JUDDD?
That's what I'm thinking! It's a really good thing for me. I'm not craving anything unhealthy right now.

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ummm... I think that's Yam. just Yam.

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Old 03-06-2013, 09:48 PM   #9
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I think you guys are right. I can have a tiny little serving of something and still enjoy the taste, while not obsessing about wanting more. I can even enjoy the smell of something yummy and not have any. Oh, I might want some, but not in an uncomfortable way. I also think my sense of smell is WAY sharper on DDs. Anyone else?
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:29 AM   #10
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I still want "treats" like decadent cupcakes and gourmet ice cream, but yes I will certainly pass on "treats" that aren't special. As I get more into JUDDD, 4 months now, I am definitely wanting more healthy, quality food than all the "junk" I wanted to eat in the beginning just because I could.
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