Okay...my first step was to start with removing sodas
I started listening to a great weight loss pod
cast last month. The hosts have lost weight and kept it off for YEARS. Both of
them say it's something they have to keep mindful of each day. One of the ladies
says it would be very easy for her to go back to over eating if she wasn't
making the decision each and every day not to overeat. I get sad when I think
if it that way.
I don't remember most of my dreams, but I have two recurring ones - the common one where I am naked in public places, and the one which I think is equivalent to the 'unprepared for an exam' dream where I find out I can't graduate from college because I didn't take French IV in high school.
Liz, Big HUGS to you! That must have been so scary for you back then. That would give me nitemares as well.
Way to go!
"Never run faster than your guardian angel can fly!"
I have no expertise in this except experience, so this is totally only my opinion.
I NEVER thought of any of that....except for the emotional eating part.
I have been at this a long time so I can't say if I remember having bad dreams but I think it is very reasonable because your body is 'detoxing' from things like fat, sugar, caffeine etc.
Same here, girl....HORRIBLE dreams but they seem to get worse when I'm on detox.