I don't want to start a war but


(tulsanurse1) #21

Wow this so beautifully explained!


(Todd Allen) #22

Thought your entire post was great, but especially liked the lines above.


(8 year Ketogenic Veteran) #23

This is the part that blows my mind


(Ken) #24

Gotta have milk with Oreos. It’s skim because during recompensation you avoid fats.


(Adam Kirby) #25

I know it’s disgusting lol.


(Ken) #26

Fun stuff. IMHO, Tofu, Slimey Okra, and dirty tasting beets are what are really disgusting. Oh, and Chitlins.

On thing, when I eat a pack or two of Oreos and down a quart of skin milk, I make sure I have nothing planned for the next couple of hours.

Truth is guys, I haven’t done this for several years, I’m not training nearly as hard or often these days.


(Adam Kirby) #27

I don’t think there’s anything at all wrong with a macro flip once in a while, even if you don’t train hard. I’m thinking Chinese food might be an enjoyable way to do it, full of starch and lean protein.


(Karen Parrott) #28

As a food addict in Recovery, I avoid the cookie aisle at the grocery. Reading about using jelly beans for Glucose tolerance test affected me for about a day or two but wise. I didn’t act on any of it but being around visual cues and reading recipes that don’t work for me can start to awaken the disease in my brain. Just thinking about the Glucose tolerance test affected me for about a day or two but wise. I didn’t act on any of it but being around visual cues and reading recipes that don’t work for me can start to awaken the disease in my brain

I’ll be seven years food sober tomorrow, food sober living. I’ve learned how to deal. For real. It’s a thing


(Karen Parrott) #29

I might guess that the keto and low-carb groups are forming around different peoples genotype and phenotype’s. Some of us will do better using a certain food template and you’ll see us gathering in our natural habitat so to speak. I think it’s normal but we should not fight each other and we should also respect our genetic differences. All my two cents


(Doug) #30

:clap: :star2::zap: Right on, Karen, so well done! Dealing with ourselves and lifestyle changes. Your posts are very good for me to read.


(Raj Seth) #31

:clap::clap::clap::clap: One day at a time!

I have several “people of the triangle” as relatives and close friends. I have seen how difficult it can be. kudos for all who can stay sober for one day, and win the fight against having just one drink.