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Question kicking the habit and no withdrawl... - November 7th 2009, 02:22 PM

so i've mentioned this to people who've asked about being addicted to sweets or want to lose weight, and i've recommended cutting out sugar completely from your diet (except for the healthy sugars in fruits and such) and having no sugar substitutes either. so i started this last week, and i've done this before, but it's been about a year and in that time i've gone back to eating more sugar than ever.

my current status is without sugar. i've been without sugar for a week...but by this point i'm supposed to be in the middle of withdrawl. could this be because i've eaten so much sugar that my body's just living on everything i've already stored up? or is it because my body's used to quitting sugar cold turkey so it's not a problem?

i have to say...no withdrawl has been nice...no headaches or painful cravings...but it's gotten me worried.


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