My experience in trying to change five things about myself in one week

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My experience in trying to change five things about myself in one week

These tasted like nectar compared to what I was eating! Fruit Rice cakes with natural peanut butter spread on it For dinner, I also ate some of the lunch items I mentioned.

Like a salad and potato fries for example. Basically I just mix and matched whatever I felt like eating.

My experience in trying to change five things about myself in one week

Since I chose to only do 10 days many do 3 weeks or even 40 daysyou can see I just recycled most of this. I tried to not make this about the food, but more about the praying.

I bought the Version 2 cookbook found here. What about the family? The first few days I got some chicken from the store and spread that over a few days and let them eat that with a veggie and fruit.

Other nights, they got pizza or ate breakfast for dinner and I made myself something different. Scott actually ate what I ate for dinner when he wanted and other times, made himself a salad or sandwich.

I know He answered my prayers and gave me a word. Physically I needed to do this from a physical aspect. I had gotten so lax in what I was eating. Bottom line, I think my body was addicted to sugar.

My experience in trying to change five things about myself in one week

I preach to my kids about not having too much sugar. It shuts your immune system down, it messes up your blood sugar, it even feeds cancer cells. I just needed to say no. At one point this winter, I was 10 pounds more than I had been a few years ago when I was eating healthy and exercising.

I knew it was all the sugar and carbs I was eating. In fact, after dinner, I rarely eat any snack. Who knows what kind of good it is doing! I got up Sunday morning and ate a banana like I had been. For dinner, I ate the leftover Vegetarian Chili from Saturday.

Yes, I have added some things back in slowly. I ate corn chips with the chili, had tuna for lunch yesterday and even splurged on ONE Girl Scout cookie last night.

And in closing, I just want to thank God for sustaining me through this, being close to me and answering my prayers in a very real way.When it comes to handling pregnant women, I'm no expert.

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I felt really in tune with God. This would be an easy one for me to do right now because I’m on Weight Watchers, so I am going to put it on my calendar. As one who insisted on raising our son without the aid of drugs, it can and must be done without yelling.

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