Sitting by the cheeseburger

I was catching up yesterday with some blogs and read Kess Crystals blog from a few days back Avocado.

It really resonated with me as it touched on doing the diet thing to get the beach body.

So I thought I’d tell you about what I am enduring at the moment. Nutra blast vegetable breakfasts!

One of my colleagues at work is doing this. She knows how much I want to shed a few pounds and how I am struggling with my flare up at the moment, so has started me in the same course.

The lovely lady blasts each day and brings me in a breakfast of all sorts of vegetation blenderized to a pulpy smoothy drink.

Mmmmm you may say. Try drinking vegetables first thing in the morning!!!

Bitter and a bit like a fart in a cup.

I think ultimately it’s truly healthy and one day I may feel better for it. However, right now if you were to throw a cheeseburger in front of me, I’d bite your hand for it.

I feel like one of those feral cats on the street stalking for prey and ready to pounce the minute no one is looking.

I’m not sure about these fandango fad diets to be honest. Suffering is not my thing. I would rather have a lard ass.




Get ur freak on corset from Entice at the Cosmopolitan Event

Frappe shorts from Blueberry

Summer Bliss lipstick from A R T E at the Limit8 Event

the lipstick has 2 appliers enclosed – Summer Bliss lipstick for CATWA 10 options
– Summer Bliss lipstick for CATWA 6 options (limited item only 100 copies!) I’m wearing the limited item.

Rare eyes  from A R T E

Smitten hair from Analog Dog

Catya bento head from CATWA

Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz

Lara mesh body Maitreya

Christy dark skin Lara Hurley

4 thoughts on “Sitting by the cheeseburger

  1. Dieting in Second Life is far easier – bunch of sliders and you’re set! 😀
    I’m cutting in real life as well at the moment (going from BMI 23 to 21) and I’m just counting calories. It’s easy, costs nothing and works. 🙂 MyFitnessPal is my friend.

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  2. *Laughs* I don’t believe in diets, it focuses all your attention on food and makes you want the calorific stuff even more. The best way is to research the less calorific food on the web, get the info, make your own food plan up. You can stuff yourself with low calorie items then and don’t feel hard done by when your stomach is complaining that it’s not full enough on the piddling meal you just fed it.

    I have the opposite problem and am often underweight and subject to anaemia (partially due to the drug regime I have to live with). I have this love/hate relationship with food and can go for days without feeling the need to eat – although I darn well have to eat in order to stay well. In this way, I’ve also made myself a food plan which consists of the stuff I can bear to eat even when I don’t feel like eating. Some of it is not particularly so called healthy, such as chocolate cake, but even that is an illusion because at one time chocolate in its pure form was considered medicine.

    Articles tell me that a single square from a bar of chocolate with as much cocoa in it as you can get (Lidl do a 70% and a 90% cocoa bar) satisfies cravings and also balances blood sugar so you don’t feel the need to indulge into stuff with fat – like cakes and biscuits – which is where the calories increase exponentially. Maybe you can try this, Liz!

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    1. Oooo we will need to conflab. Right now I’m about to head into a leaving lunch for a colleague where they all eating lovely Greek food and I’m stuck with leaves. Seriously throw me a kebab right now!!! Lol


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