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10-07-2006, 07:02 PM
So I almost ate all raw today. Somwhere in the 75% or more range. Did great until tonight. Tried to eat guacamole. just wasnt hitting the spot. I think I went to long without eating.
I ended up having 2 slices of pizza, 2 pieces of garlic bread and a small bowl of cereal.
I was ready to do whatever for 'real' food.
10-07-2006, 07:05 PM
I don't think you should worry dude, if you stay being high raw, soon, when you eat non-raw food you're going to FEEL the non-raw food in your body, and it's not gonna be pleasant. Look at this thread for example, http://www.rawfoodtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20685 .
But no rush or hurry.
And then again, I may be wrong.
10-07-2006, 11:07 PM
I think that for some of us we get physical symptoms for the missing SAD food. The other day I did SAD garbanzo beans in my salad which satisfied the craving. Some very determined people go raw right away all the way and I envy them. I have major health issues as well but I have to keep my job and so when the stomach gnawing starts and the lightheadedness kicks in I have to make it through the day. I am thinking that bananas might really help as they are so filling. It does get easier as you continue on this path.
10-08-2006, 04:31 AM
If you still have a need for cooked food in the evening then perhaps you could make a healthier choice and have some steamed veg instead of pizza.
You body will thank you for it.
10-08-2006, 07:42 AM
-I hear you.
-There's a lot to change.....eating habits...emotional outlook...thought addictions (didn't know you could be addicted to thought?).
-Suggestion: Do not be judgmental of where you ARE. Accept it. That is YOUR path...YOUR starting point. Be proud of it.
-Suggestion: The key is to make very small goals and keep them. If you cannot, make smaller goals. This will eventually turn unconscious eating habits into very conscious ones. The rising of consciousness will encompass all the other things.
-Just my opinions - which I hope are helpful.
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