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Queen Ginger wrote:Hey Mandy,
Well, you could feel embarrassed for the backslide, or you *could* feel good about taking steps to get things going well for yourself again, right? (I think I like the latter!)
It sounds like you are feeling a bit overwhelmed, but it also sounds like you came here willing to get down to work and turn things around. After all, you have a lot of behaviors from your time as a McDougaller quite a while ago -- lots to draw on, plus there's a lot on the boards (oh, I'm *so* new here!) to read and watch and add to the mix.
Anyway, I'm genuinely sorry you've been feeling a bit crappy with life in some disarray, but please push through to the part where you get the ball rolling and start turning things in a good direction!
good energy vibing your way,
green-eyedgirl wrote:Welcome back, Mandy! I hope you figure out your intolerance and get back to health!
I hadn't considered it a possible food intolerance but, I'm having many of the same symptoms and now you have me thinking. I am allergic to citrus fruits and pineapple, but those have never given me the symptoms I'm having such as:
-difficulty/inability to lose weight
-inability to concentrate
Now that I'm thinking about it, perhaps I should consider doing a Mary's Mini with potatoes? The only thing that has gone up since starting this WOE is my consumption of potatoes, brown rice, quinoa, etc.
Mandy_Sav wrote: When I started gaining weight, I was a vegetarian. I went vegan for 4 of the 12 months, but it didn't help, so I went back to veg.
I've been tested for celiac disease - negative.
I've never been more unhealthy than I am right now.
I'm back. Embarassed, but back.
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