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Posted: June 16 2008,01:52 QUOTEQQ

yesterday we decided to have our father's day barbeque. well i fell of  the wagon ended up eating way to much chicken chicken which we are not even allowed as well as one extra lean  beef patty don't know if I should go to the clinic on monay as I'm supposed to start maintanance on monday

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Posted: June 16 2008,08:48 QUOTEQQ

Hi Ruby,  I say go to the clinic.  Don't beat yourself up about falling off the wagon.  It's done, its over... learn from it and get back on that horse.  All of us have our weaknesses (trust me -- watching my kids eat ice cream makes me physically leave the room lest I grab it from them and wolf it down ).:D   Try not to dwell on it, just focus on your long term goal and realize that this was just a minor blip.  We are all supporting you!

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Posted: June 23 2008,18:33 QUOTEQQ

Hey Ruby!  Did you end up heading to the clinic on Monday last week?  How did it end up?  How are you doing now?  I find weekends THE hardest and bbq season is particularly torturous!

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Posted: June 23 2008,18:43 QUOTEQQ

There are lots of great stuff for BBQ that is Dr. B approved.....any of the approved meat is wonderful on the BBQ, add a bit of spice and Yum...also BBQ'd Veggies are one of my favs, especially grilled peppers, try some skewered veggies next time! I am trying to alter and adjust me favorites to meet the Dr B diet and for the most part I am succeeding and it usually tastes better than before :)

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Posted: June 23 2008,18:47 QUOTEQQ

Good point Winterjade!  I'm just struggling right now and it mostly has to do with things going on in my person life, and not so much the diet.  And, of course, when you're stressed and busy it's hard to take the time to do those things that make the Dr B food taste just as good (or you're right:  Better) than the other 'stuff'
Point taken :)
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Posted: June 23 2008,20:21 QUOTEQQ

well, looks like the indulgence bug has gotten to me. i had asmall bag of 100 calorie doritos,  and a few spoons of icecream today.  yup.  i don't know whats wrong with me.  washed it down with a glass of wine.

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Posted: June 23 2008,20:23 QUOTEQQ

I know what you mean about the stress trigger for food.  That is a real problem for me.  I am trying to deal with that.  It is tough though.  I find this forum helps and I am trying to do more comfort reading (chick lit and happy endings) instead of eating.  I also treated myself to pack of Perrier with lemon on the weekend.  It felt like I was having a drink somehow.  I know it is just water with bubbles but it felt good and I did better this weekend than in weekends past.  I did have a portion of steak on the BBQ which was yummy and that helped too.  My sister is really supportive and she made a huge salad to go with the steaks that was totally on my diet and yet yummy.

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Posted: June 24 2008,15:28 QUOTEQQ

actually did make it to the clinic and was down three pounds. Go figure have started maintnance this week .
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