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Buck Naked

Guest
I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.

Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
had them last.

Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would be an invitation
to disaster?
 
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Krys

Guest
Pizza. Healthy pizza just ain't the same........and just one slice of responsible bad pizza just
ain't enough..... *grin*

And also rich fruit cake. It's my worst trigger food. Once started.........well..........best to
avoid it all together I find!

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krys

UK 157/132/126 Started March 1st 2001 GOAL August 16th 2001 ...definitely making progress...

"buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
> Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
> had them last.
>
> Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would
be
> an invitation to disaster?
 
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Ray Miller

Guest
On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:32:22 -0600, "buck naked" <[email protected]>
wrote:

>I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
>every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
>Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
>had them last.
>
>Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would be an invitation to
>disaster?

I gave up fish and chips, and cheese, and chocolate. Actually I freeze the cheese. Its still
grateable, but it's impossible to eat frozen.

I miss the cheese most, but the rest I can live without.

Ray
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rmnsuk overall - 273/203/182
 
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Lesanne

Guest
I have to bring chocolate into the house a piece at a time, most of the time. Sometimes I can have
it around and not want it, but it is usually a problem.

"buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
> Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
> had them last.
>
> Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would
be
> an invitation to disaster?
 
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Stan

Guest
Donuts.

Stan

On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:32:22 -0600, "buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote:

>I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
>every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
>Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
>had them last.
>
>Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would be an invitation to
>disaster?
 
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Miss Violette

Guest
the only thing I won't keep in the house is poptarts. It was often my snack
of choice by default and I would not like to have them too handy. Other
than that I eat whatever and have no problem with resisting types of foods
or even second helpings, and I am very grateful this is the case, Lee
buck naked <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
> Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
> had them last.
>
> Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would
be
> an invitation to disaster?
 
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Fred

Guest
Potato chips and to a great extent cheese. Chips have been reserved for when I'm on a hiking trip -
well, in the car for after and then only when the trip will be about a week in length - dayhikes do
not "earn" me potato chips. And while I do buy cheese, I buy only very flavorful ones and in much
more limited sizes.

On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:32:22 -0600, "buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote:

>I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
>every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
>Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
>had them last.
>
>Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would be an invitation to
>disaster?
 
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Kate Dicey

Guest
buck naked wrote:
>
> I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
> Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
> had them last.
>
> Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would be an invitation to
> disaster?

Biscuits/cookes! Especially Border Biscuits Chocolate Ginger Crunch! In the bad old days, I'd chow
down a whole packet when I got in from collecting James from school, no problem! Now the only
chocolate munchy things I eat are the WW bars at 1.5 points each. They are just (if not MORE)
expensive, but I only have one or two a day, with a cup of tea, rather than half a packet with a
cup of tea!
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Dcsena

Guest
Chocolate is mine. Have to just not have it in the house. If I find I absolutly have to have some, I
will go and get a single serving of something and eat it. Absolutly cannot have it in the house!
 
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Kate Dicey

Guest
krys wrote:
>
> Pizza. Healthy pizza just ain't the same........and just one slice of responsible bad pizza just
> ain't enough..... *grin*
>
> And also rich fruit cake. It's my worst trigger food. Once started.........well..........best to
> avoid it all together I find!

I make a chocolate christmas cake: heavy on the fruit and marzipan and chocolate! Luckily it is so
rich that a small slice os quite enough!

--

Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons http://www.diceyhome.free-online.co.uk
Click on Kate's Pages and explore!
 
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Kate Dicey

Guest
ray miller wrote:
>
> On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:32:22 -0600, "buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> >every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
> >
> >Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when
> >I've had them last.
> >
> >Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would be an invitation to
> >disaster?
>
> I gave up fish and chips, and cheese, and chocolate. Actually I freeze the cheese. Its still
> grateable, but it's impossible to eat frozen.
>
> I miss the cheese most, but the rest I can live without.

I had to give up eating much cheese when the gall bladder kicked me under the ribs! I just steer
clear, but I do cook with it about once a week. Long gone are the days of a 'healthy lunch' that
consisted of two apples and 6 oz of mature cheddar!
--

Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons http://www.diceyhome.free-online.co.uk
Click on Kate's Pages and explore!
 
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Bird

Guest
I have learned recently that I cannot have chips in the house for DD's lunches. Even the small bags
drive me crazy and in the wee hours I hear them calling from the pantry. I also have a hard time
with the homemade popcorn DH & DD make at night. Oil and butter! I guess I am what you would
concider a salt a holic! Bird need to lose 45# and fortunately the sweets do not bother me.

"buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
>
> Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when I've
> had them last.
>
> Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would
be
> an invitation to disaster?
 
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Bird

Guest
Cheese is another trigger food for me. I love it and am trying to find good
fat free cheeses if anyone has a brand to suggest.
Bird
need to lose 45#
"ray miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:32:22 -0600, "buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> >every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
> >
> >Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when
> >I've had them last.
> >
> >Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would
be
> >an invitation to disaster?
>
> I gave up fish and chips, and cheese, and chocolate. Actually I freeze the cheese. Its still
> grateable, but it's impossible to eat frozen.
>
> I miss the cheese most, but the rest I can live without.
>
> Ray
> --
> rmnsuk overall - 273/203/182
 
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Bird

Guest
poptarts used to drive me crazy and of course I had myself convinced they
were in the house for the children <g>.
But for some reason they started bothering my teeth. Too sweet I guess!
Bird
need to lose 45#
"Miss Violette" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> the only thing I won't keep in the house is poptarts. It was often my
snack
> of choice by default and I would not like to have them too handy. Other than that I eat whatever
> and have no problem with resisting types of foods or even second helpings, and I am very grateful
> this is the case, Lee buck naked <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
> kc.rr.com...
> > I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's
> > virtually every day for lunch. Cheeseburger
(whopper),
> > fries, diet coke.
> >
> > Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but
I
> > can't remember when I've had them last.
> >
> > Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it
would
> be
> > an invitation to disaster?
> >
> >
>
 
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Miss Violette

Guest
the Borden's 2 percent ones aren't too bad, but what I have found is that if
I get the individually packaged things I do really well, for example:
laughing cow, bell bonne, string cheese sticks and similar, Lee
bird <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> Cheese is another trigger food for me. I love it and am trying to find
good
> fat free cheeses if anyone has a brand to suggest. Bird need to lose 45# "ray miller"
> <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> > On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:32:22 -0600, "buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote:
> >
> > >I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's
> > >virtually every day for lunch. Cheeseburger
(whopper),
> > >fries, diet coke.
> > >
> > >Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but
I
> > >can't remember when I've had them last.
> > >
> > >Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it
would
> be
> > >an invitation to disaster?
> >
> > I gave up fish and chips, and cheese, and chocolate. Actually I freeze the cheese. Its still
> > grateable, but it's impossible to eat frozen.
> >
> > I miss the cheese most, but the rest I can live without.
> >
> > Ray
> > --
> > rmnsuk overall - 273/203/182
 
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Miss Violette

Guest
I knew it was me as DH says they taste like cardboard with jelly on them so
I knew when the package was gone it was me, Lee
bird <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> poptarts used to drive me crazy and of course I had myself convinced they were in the house for
> the children <g>. But for some reason they started bothering my teeth. Too sweet I guess! Bird
> need to lose 45# "Miss Violette" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
> berlin.de...
> > the only thing I won't keep in the house is poptarts. It was often my
> snack
> > of choice by default and I would not like to have them too handy. Other than that I eat whatever
> > and have no problem with resisting types of
foods
> > or even second helpings, and I am very grateful this is the case, Lee buck naked
> > <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> > > I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's
> > > virtually every day for lunch. Cheeseburger
> (whopper),
> > > fries, diet coke.
> > >
> > > Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since
then....but
> I
> > > can't remember when I've had them last.
> > >
> > > Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it
> would
> > be
> > > an invitation to disaster?
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
>
 
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Laura

Guest
For me it has been cheese. I could eat it all day but it has too many points to enjoy it these days.

"buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> every day for lunch. Cheeseburger
(whopper),
> fries, diet coke.
>
> Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since
then....but I
> can't remember when I've had them last.
>
> Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it
would be
> an invitation to disaster?
 
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Nathalie W

Guest
Same here. I really love cheese but it 's definitely one of my trigger foods. I keep a tiny bit of
lowfat gorgonzola in my fridge. It 's not like the real stuff but comes pretty close. Unfortunately
it 's not even that low-fat, just lower. I have a tiny bit of it every day. ( 20 grams, 1.5
Eur.point) But wow do I miss real cheese! Chocolate is OK, I have 10 grams (1 eur.point) every day
and it doesn't trigger me to eat more. Of course I buy the best (and most expensive) chocolate there
is, so I cannot have more than 10 grams a day, it would be too expensive!
--
Nathalie from Belgium
134.1/101.4/minigoal 99.9 Goal 68 Kg
134.1/101.5/minigoal 220.3/Goal 150 pounds RAFL 105.3/101.4/96 Kg
134/1.102/212 lbs "ray miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:32:22 -0600, "buck naked" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >I used to eat french fries just about every day of my life. I went to either BK/Wendy's virtually
> >every day for lunch. Cheeseburger (whopper), fries, diet coke.
> >
> >Went on weight watchers back in April, I've had fries since then....but I can't remember when
> >I've had them last.
> >
> >Anyone else cut out a food that while they COULD eat responsibly it would
be
> >an invitation to disaster?
>
> I gave up fish and chips, and cheese, and chocolate. Actually I freeze the cheese. Its still
> grateable, but it's impossible to eat frozen.
>
> I miss the cheese most, but the rest I can live without.
>
> Ray
> --
> rmnsuk overall - 273/203/182
 
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Kate Dicey

Guest
Miss Violette wrote:
>
> I knew it was me as DH says they taste like cardboard with jelly on them so I knew when the
> package was gone it was me, Lee

I cannot eat them at all, not since my darling man said he was never going to eat something that so
closely resembled a sanitary towel!

There - cured you all! ;P
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Miss Violette

Guest
our men could be related, Lee
Kate Dicey <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> Miss Violette wrote:
> >
> > I knew it was me as DH says they taste like cardboard with jelly on them
so
> > I knew when the package was gone it was me, Lee
>
> I cannot eat them at all, not since my darling man said he was never going to eat something that
> so closely resembled a sanitary towel!
>
>
> There - cured you all! ;P
> --

> Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons http://www.diceyhome.free-online.co.uk
> Click on Kate's Pages and explore!