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Recommendation: Cheat away from home

Though some people choose not to at all, most of us do enjoy a great day on the weekend where all the rules go out the window, and life is a relaxing joy of new tastes and textures. A cheat day is something that freaks some people out, but for others it is a delightful end to a week of being careful. Either way, I have one big piece of advice: don't cheat at home. Read on to follow my logic and find out why cheating at home could be a huge mistake. Continue reading

Kat – Another try

Well, after a lot of testing and trying everything in the 'book', I think we've come to an answer to my problems with how sick I've been getting. At least... I'm going to give the new answer a shot. Continue reading

5 Simple Tips for Cheat Day

I'm coming into week 4 of slow carb eating, and I have to admit the cheat-day lead-up each week is quite an exciting time for me. Not only for the food, but also because it means the weekend is near, and all those great weekend activities are on their way again, with the welcome rest break from the working week. Of course, packing lots of fun into a weekend can mean that ideas of a successful slow carb cheat day can actually be a bit more difficult to achieve than expected. I really believe in a successful cheat day, to make the rest of the week work it's magic. Read on for these 5 simple tips to make sure you get the most out of your cheat day each week. Continue reading

First week in review

Just one week. What a change a simple 7 days can make.

Hard to believe its a week, as it has zipped by. To say that I’m excited about tomorrow’s ‘crazy food’ day would be an understatement. In fact, it’s likely that I will dream about it tonight.. or not sleep. But more just for the variety, definitely not because I’ve been feeling hungry – that is one great thing I’ll say about this regime – I’m not left hungry often. Today was an exception because I made smaller than usual slow carb meals, and ate quicker than usual, which seems to have an impact. I filled the gap with a stick (yes one) of celery with almond butter. Did the trick perfectly.

It’s been a good week, of course with its ups and downs. Adjusting to the regular eating has actually been more like un-adjusting to random eating. Eating every 4 hours couldn’t be simpler. I love the schedule, it takes a lot of brain work out of it for me. Continue reading

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