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Thanks, -Susan Reply Hi Angela- I made the carrot cake loaf this weekend and it was fantastic! smart balance instead of oil and added 1/2 c applesauce. One last trick, I used a skewer to poke holes in the top of the loaf before drizziling the glaze, which allowed it to be soaked up and absorbed into the whole loaf, making it extra moist and delicious. 3) How did you learn to not count calories even though you already knew the calorie content of most foods? Did you have to cut out certain foods from your diet for some time? Reply Aw, what a wonderful healing recipe and thoughtful husband! I will definitely be trying this soon with all the rainy weather New England has been experiencing…get well soon!
I also used 1/2 tsp of allspice and only 1.5 tsp of the cinnamon. Reply Hello, well first off I am a big fan of your blog, I have made several of your recipes and they have all worked fantastically! How have you over come negative self-talk, in both regards to self image as well as other aspects of life. 2) How do you make up for a “bad day” (overeating-wise) without restricting food intake or overexercising? How did you initially begin to deal with your issues of binge eating?
Love, Heather Reply If that doesn’t make you feel better, I don’t know what will. By the way, I made your 15 minute avocado pasta the other night and we’re in love with it too!! The doctor who said he’d had it for four weeks probably eats a cheese burger a day! I’d be interested in hearing about how you cope now with times when you over-indulge a bit.
And how did you learn to not care about the number on the scale as much?
I find this to be the thing I struggle with the most.
I eat healthy at least 80% of the time, but my boyfriend likes to go out to eat at a restaurant about once a week or go out for some drinks. Reply I’d like it if you’d talk about “happy weight” in the context of various life chanages.
I’ll agree, but beat myself up over it the next day because I feel “fat”. What might be your happy weight range at one point — training for a long race distance — may not be your happy weight at another — such as mid-way through pregnancy.
When I weigh myself and I’m not where I’d like to be, it ruins my entire day. However, both weights might be perfectly healthy for you, and you find you are pretty much OK with both. even though our bodies are really just adaptive and can be “happy” and “healthy” at different points/weights/etc.