Beginning of day 2 pre-fast...
Day two of my pre-fast
Date: 10/31/2006 9:55:01 AM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 2445 times
Well, I've learned alot. I already knew how much emotion gets involved when we deal with food but I had a panic attack yesterday and I had to deal with it through breathing deeply, cry a bit and suck it up.
I want this so bad. I want to get well in everyway and to loose weight at the same time. I went to a funeral visitation yesterday and I couldn't fit into any of my good clothes and even the one's I got into felt horrible. Easy to gain weight when you wear sweat suits to work. They stretch and help you fool yourself about what is really going on. I so badly wish I can do this right so that I stop yo-yo'ing with my weight. I know how dangerous it is.
I did a SWF yesterday and had results for 8 hours. Wow! I've done it before but this was something. I won't be doing that for awhile. Another thing I learned yesterday is that you really need to read your labels. I thought "it is cold, I'll just have tomato soup". What harm is that? Did you know there is corn syrup in it and flour? Well, I had it anyway, it filled me up. But I won't be eating that agian. Read you labels!
I haven't bought a juicer but I think I will borrow one. I also know that I really need to preplan and have my meals here and ready or I know I will fall into temptation. Living where I do, I don't have access to very much organic foods unless I travel.
Day two. I woke up with terrible back pain. Ah, yes, pain is another reason for eating. That will change. I also noted my face seemed somewhat swollen. But that went down after about an hour. Started with a good juice. I think my body is going to go into shock. But that is ok too.
Does anyone one do oilpulling with their fasts? This is something I would like to try. There is some excellent reading on this site and links. I need every tool I can use to make the most of this time.
Well, day 2 and all is well so far. Life takes patience, goals take patience...I must always keep that in mind.
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