Last year I was in my US office and met a colleague for the first time. We had worked together for a while now but had never met. On the last day of my visit, I had 6 hours to kill before my late night flight. She offered to take me shopping to Macy’s. I was reluctant coz I knew she had two little daughters – aged 4 and 6. “What about your daughters?”, I asked her. “Oh my eldest one is home from her college break. She can take them to soccer class. I will call and tell her”,
The first time I heard of GM diet, I scoffed at the idea. I was a totally idealistic girl back then and such a huge foodie that the idea of a crash diet was simply unacceptable. Years later, I mellowed down and decided to give it a shot. This was in 2008. I was able to do the first three days with ease and then on the fourth day, the milk and banana day I cried. I actually cried during dinner time and hubby coaxed me into giving it up. I lost about 2 kilos that time. Next time I
So I am still on the Wheat Belly Diet. I had to stop it for sometime and gained weight as I stopped it 🙁 Last two months I have been quite rigorous and am losing inches more than kilos. However, being the foodie that I am, I do give in to temptation more often than I would like to. So yesterday, I gave into temptation again and had a pizza.
I was craving a cup of rich creamy hot chocolate yesterday. I resisted the urge exactly fifteen minutes before setting the wok on the stove. Sigh! There goes my eat healthy resolve… The good part is that I made this with jaggery instead of sugar.