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Old Fri, Apr-07-17, 14:49
Phantomess Phantomess is offline
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Plan: Atkins
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Default Tired today

I've been up since 3:30 am with my son. I'm so tired and craving carbs. I've made up my mind that I won't cheat but I feel kind of miserable right now.
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Old Fri, Apr-07-17, 18:41
Blue Ruby Blue Ruby is offline
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Plan: atkins
Stats: 200/170/160 Female 5'7"
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I hear you! I remember those days with younger kids and how tired I could be. Here's what helped me-- if you are hungry, eat. Eat lots, eat what it takes. But eat on plan...meats, tuna/mayo, eggs, eggs and mayo. (Cheese and nuts could be dangerous but if you can keep to a couple of ounces, that should be fine.) drink lots of water.

This way you won't trigger cravings, and you won't be as irritable and impatient with your son, and one day over-eating on plan foods is not at disaster.

Lack of sleep causes most bodies to get hungrier, you need the fuel. Stay super low carb but feed yourself. I hope you and your boy get lots of sleep tonight!

(And good for you for posting.)
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Old Sat, Apr-08-17, 07:12
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Plan: Atkins/LCHF
Stats: 195/162/150 Female 63in
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One of my easy "comfort foods"--a cup of chicken bouillon with a few pork rinds thrown in. Very filling, warm, and extra salt. Actually feels "carby" because the pork rinds turn to "noodles" in the broth.

Take care of you.
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