OK, so my Dad is a high-octane diabetic, and after seeing what the disease has done to his life, I DON'T want to risk it. I need to slim down, trim down and have more energy. My joints need it, my feet need it and so does my soul.
-- I walk my yellow Lab a LOT --I work out at a local gym --I'm tracking my intake and fitness --I'm sharing my plan with a friend
Hey there! I read some of your blog entries about having a major sweet tooth. I have a bunch of healthy dessert recipes if you're interested -- feel free to message me! They still have fat and natural sugars but since they have all whole food based ingredients they tend to be more satisfying which means I don't eat as much as I would with junk food.
Sarah, What a beautiful girl you are! I am a chocolate and animal lover too! I just want to welcome you to Texans Sparkin' the Flame with Christ family! I am so happy you are here. Let me know what area of Dallas you will be living in and maybe we can meet half way sometime! Welcome to the family!
Sarah, We must be soul mates...ha although I think I'm oldest enough to be your grandma. I love sweets and I love dogs. Your Toby is adorable. I have a golden named Buster and a lab named Petey. I share my dogs with my son so 1/2 time. Back to sugar - It took me a long time to get control of it and not it over me. I feel so much better when sugar is not the predominant ingredient in my diet. Keep it out of your reach and keep healthier snacks within your reach. When I was younger I go eat as much as I want but as I got older it changed. Now I do it for health reasons. I know it's not good and leads to many other diseases. So moderation - a treat now and then is good but not as a staple in you diet. Hope your having a wonderful Sunday in Texas and keep determined now not later....