Yes, sweetened chocolate already made into a bar or candy - I can't have that in the house at all. Have you tried eating a ton of high fiber food to reset your body after eating too much junk food? I usually eat a lot of un-hulled sesame seeds, and it seems to re-set my body if I ate too much junk.You mean... chocolate?
For me as well, funny enough. I love the flavor but the texture is too much.I'm glad I find Lindt chocolates too rich for me. I feel queasy thinking about them. Hope your body recovers quickly, LaMa.
I just found it amusing because it isn´t chocolate unless it´s been made into a bar or something. Cacao isn´t chocolate. Too much fiber upsets my stomach: my normal diet is already on the high end of what my body can deal with. I just try to go back to normal with fruit, greens, and plenty of water.Yes, sweetened chocolate already made into a bar or candy
Good for you!!I made it to the gym!
And another good for you!!!I just booked my booster shot for late November.
I know that feeling, all to well of late. Just plain evil...It's so smooth it's kind of like eating sweetened whipped butter with chocolate flavor
I hope I'll get used to having cacao nibs for my chocolate fix. My protein pudding plus fruit plus a topping feels very indulgent!Sometimes I think it might be better for me to just give the chocolate up completely. Did that for a long time...
it isn´t chocolate unless it´s been made into a bar or something. Cacao isn´t chocolate
It depends on how much cacao and how much cocoa butter is in there. White chocolate has to have a certain amount of coca butter and a certain amount of milk solids. It´s complicated! But as I said: I´m sure different countries have different standards.So when does chocolate become chocolate?
An interesting discussion, I looked it up and apparently the legal definition of what's chocolate varies from country to county, see https://blogs.loc.gov/law/2011/05/chocolate-candy-and-the-law/it isn´t chocolate unless it´s been made into a bar or something. Cacao isn´t chocolate.
Best of luck! I like this line of thinking - I have noticed that telling myself it's fine if I just get in through the doors and do one squat, it's already an achievement, has helped me to get over the pressure to perform. Which usually makes me perform "better" because I don't feel like I have to, but that I "can". I think I'll try to tackle the swimming thing next. After all, swimming would train all the right muscle groups from the future mastectomy perspective, and seeing my arms and shoulders get bigger gives me such euphoria in the present!Forgot to say: want to go to the gym tomorrow morning. Either that or go for a run. If it's a run it's a 3k minimum. If it's the gym anything goes as long as I walk in the door.