ACV Update

Just wanted to give a quick update to my results with Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV).

Friday was my planned exception meal. An exception meal is something that you plan to eat ahead of time that is not part of your usual diet. It can include anything you like or are having a craving for. The only caveat is that you stay within your hunger scale, eating until satisfied and not stuffing yourself. My usual exceptions are carb loaded since I follow a LCHF diet throughout the week.

My boyfriend and I were out shopping and I was craving something chocolatey and sweet. So while at the grocery store I bought a piece of chocolate cake.

I ate the cake (and it was fucking fabulous!) and then had Greek yogurt with frozen berries, cinnamon and flaxseed for dinner.

I was expecting a jump on the scale from the bloat and inflammation that sugar gives me. I woke up the next day feeling pretty good. Didn’t notice much of a difference in bloating and when I weighed myself was only up .4 lbs on the scale. Minimal difference! I must say though that I did feel slightly more achy in my knees. Sugar and flour does that to me.

Eating foods that are loaded with carbs usually makes me blow up, creating belly bloat.

Anyway, if you’re looking for something to help control you’re blood sugar this might be an option to try. You can read my earlier post to see what additional benefits ACV can provide.

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Published by Andrea

I’m the go to friend and family member if you need something done. But I don’t give myself the same commitment. I say no more! This is the end of my life long yo-yo dieting. No more quitting projects halfway through. No more giving up on myself. Period!

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