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21 Day Detox DONE- Setting New Goals and Paleo

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

I completed ANOTHER 21 day suger detox (I utilize the Paleo one).

It felt great. Then Halloween hit. I allowed myself a few pieces of candy at first. Then threw in the towel and allowed myself a day to take a break. Which turned into a weekend.

Telling the honest truth, the candy wasnt that great. The beer made me sick. The junk food wasn't what I wanted it to be. It all tasted fake and really didn't taste good. I am not sure why I even fell down the rabbit hole. I used to LOVE and crave chocolate and now it doesn't seem to taste good. Kind of sad.

Definitely believe Paleo is for me. I make my chicken thighs with skin sunday night. Heat up some broccoli with organic butter and enjoy my dinner. I don't get cravings or the need to eat junk because I have options that are satisfying.

I don't know why I purposefully CHOOSE to fall off the wagon when I know I will feel bloated and like cr*& the next day and get breakouts etc. It is just a side step in my journey that adds on more time to get where I want to be.

Speaking of where I want to be....

I want to be in the zone. On my 3rd day of pushing it into ketosis. Hopefully it works! I haven't even used truvia in my coffee. Soo hard.

I want to do two a days for cardio this month and really push it into the holiday season. I allowed myself a few days to really let my body get back into a state of well being and cleanse out the crap (I dont like doing tons of cardio when I am getting over a sugar indulgence so everything can balance).

Tomorrow is time to push.
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  • PRINCESS_SOFI
    Every time I cheat on my diet and knock myself out of ketosis I kinda regret it. I'm not sure why but sometimes I just want that crappy junk food once a month. I eat it, feel sick, and remember why I stopped again. Then I forget. emoticon
    2272 days ago
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