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Alyx struggles with her weight and is relearning to eat instinctively with Am I Hungry?

What happens in Reno stays in Reno...
Posted on 01/26/2010 @ 11:03 PM

I recently slipped into some of those tried-and-true (tried-and-false!) dieting traps. I went to Reno, and instead of just enjoying the trip, and the friends, and the Scrabble, I decided to “get my money’s worth” every time I ate at the buffet – and I was in Reno so I ate at the buffet a lot. Crumb. And at midnight, instead of splitting a club sandwich and an order of onion rings with a friend, we ordered a cheeseburger and fries, a club sandwich and onion rings, and then we split both orders! What was I thinking? Why wasn’t I paying attention to what I was doing? Why Why Why? Okay, enough of that. So my plan for the next few weeks is to get used to feeling normal, and to enjoy the food I eat, and to stop worrying so much. So: What Do I Want? To Be Healthier and Fitter What Do I Need? To Eat More Conscientiously and to Move More What Do I Have? The Desire & The Tools to Do It!

Michelle May M.D.

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