Some things from our past are easier to remember than others. Having issues with food began for me early on around the age of I remember for no apparent reason sneaking a salty snack in my parents basement. I remember the pediatrician constantly commenting at every annual visit that if I could just lose 10 pounds I would be at my ideal weight for my height. I have not seen that number since I was The problem was I thought I was chubby, you know the peer-pressure thing of wanting to look like friends who were twice my height and had fabulously long, lean legs. So began the crazy fad diets at the age of 13, then the continued yo-yo diet cycle. At 18 I simply decided to let myself eat whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted it. Of course the comfort I found was in sugar-laden snack foods.
It is a great program and it did help me lose weight, but after baby 2 came along it just was much harder to lose the weight. We’ve also got some tips to help you the next time you head to the supermarket. I just wanted to share with you what I have come to realize, and that is that we need to eat the way God intended us to eat! Many times we go about our journeys feeling like we can do it on our own. I absolutely love your testimony! Planning and cooking your own meal help a great deal as well. Any suggestions would be appreciated. The primary goal of a low sugar diet is to maintain a healthy level of glucose in the body.
You can change your city from here. We serve personalized stories based on the selected city. Viral: This is the picture of the red hot lehenga that Mouni Roy deleted, Internet is asking why? Refrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive. Let’s work together to keep the conversation civil. This World Diabetes Day, we are still fighting the disease which has gripped many more since. With our present lifestyle, we are exposed to diabetes and other issues even without a genetically predisposed condition. Here is what a no sugar diet means, why it can help us and how we can go about it. A no-sugar diet means not only leaving processed sugar but also eliminating sugar that come hidden in our foods in the form of high GI.