--->90 DAYS NO SUGAR CHALLENGE<---

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How often do you eat sugary foods?

  1. every day

    51 vote(s)
    53.1%
  2. 2-5 times a week

    26 vote(s)
    27.1%
  3. once a week

    6 vote(s)
    6.3%
  4. few times a month

    3 vote(s)
    3.1%
  5. once a month

    3 vote(s)
    3.1%
  6. almost never

    7 vote(s)
    7.3%
  1. I think I overreacted because of my relapse.
    I will continue to report positive developments and achievements.
     
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  2. Informius

    Informius Fapstronaut

    Set back on thursday, ate delicious cake. (but a bit too much)
    On Friday I ate some sweets again, not really crazy much but still (probably 40 to 50g of sugar)

    So today is my day 0 again :)
     
  3. richard.freeman

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    Day 13/90

    doesn't think about sweets at all

    last evening my sister tried to tempt my with chocolate bar, I throw it through window :D

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  5. Informius

    Informius Fapstronaut

    Day 0 again. I am going to hold off for the challenge a while.
     
  6. I started again.
    My rule is: no sugar unless I'm eating sweets in company with others. In that case I can practice to eat mindfully, joyfully and with restraint.
     
  7. Dovahkin101

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    I am on 0/90. I have to be more aware of what goes on in my mind when I feel the urge to eat sugar. For today I'm going to fast if I can, because yesterday I gorged on sweets. I've never fasted before so wish me luck. It's really hard and I tried many times.
     
  8. richard.freeman

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    It's better to eat something nutritious before fasting, I think it's harder after "day of gluttony" ;-)
    If you haven't tried it before start with Intermittent Fasting (IF), e.g. skip breakfast every second day, then try without breakfast and lunch, etc.

    There's nice book about fasting: 'The Complete Guide to Fasting' by Jason Fung, I can honestly recommend it :emoji_nerd:

    good luck :emoji_thumbsup:
     
  9. Reset. I bought two tablets (200g) of chocolate and ate it all on one afternoon. I did a lot of exercise later that day, so my conscience was calmed, but I think so much sugar on one take is still unhealthy for my body.
    I need to take this more serious!
     
  10. discovery

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    I did the keto diet earlier this year. My body went into a sugar withdrawal that was no fun at all. People don't realize that we are all addicts. Our bodies weren't built for this.
     
  11. I did IF once for 17 or 18 hours. (Good!)
    Other than that, with sugar it got really bad, typical pre-Christmas period. I think I should find a way to reduce sugar at least to some amount.
    No sweets on my own and not more cake or sweets than anybody else - these rules would help a great deal!
     
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  13. Rising Force

    Rising Force Fapstronaut

    I've had my share of chocolate for quite a while.
     
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    That's a great thing you are doing , man. right now , i have started working out in the gym (just since last week) , but sure i am gonna start this challenge someday.
    Till then, all the best to you , man.
     
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  16. SUGARed.
    I'm used to abstain from porn. But when I go against my eating habits I feel as I'm at war against myself. It's crass!
    I'm sucking too much for going full no sugar.
    I'll continue to monitor though. From now on these are my categories:

    no sugar at all
    a little sugar
    much sugar
    sugar, but together with others and in moderation

    today: much sugar (two pieces of cake)
     

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