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    What's the word? Rhia7's Avatar
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    the sweetest taboo
    I went on the treadmill for 2 miles today but this evening I was bad.

    I went to Friendly's and ate one of their Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Sundaes.
    It had luscious vanilla ice cream, gobs of hot fudge, and peanut butter topped off with whipped cream, a maraschino cherry, and a sinful Reeses Peanut Butter Cup.
    mmm mmm it was delicious

    This might be the case of "a moment on your lips, forever on your hips" but darn it was good! Delicious! I love sweets but they at times sabotage my diet

    Anyone else crave sweets?
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    Gee, thanks for making me drool Rhia. That Sunday sounds unreal good.

    Yeah, I crave sweets. Sugar is my biggest downfall
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    me too. sugar, bad sweets

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    Fat-laden stuff does it for me.

    Pancakes cooked with bacon grease and slathered in butter and peanut butter!
    Pie crust!
    Deep-fried chicken or fish

    But sometimes I combine fat & sugar for double the pleasure/damage...

    Ben & Jerry's Chubby Hubby
    Pie crust baked with cinnamon and sugar on top instead of pie filling
    Chocolate cake

    "Healthy food" is usually just code for "tastes awful."

    (I don't get too much of Item #1 in its full glory, though. To do it full-up means cooking a bunch of bacon beforehand, which makes the pan harder to clean later, and it's a lot easier to be lazy and just spray the pan with cooking spray...)

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    Leader, your entry trumps mine for the sweetest taboo
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    Don't be too down on yourself! It's ok to have "bad" stuff every now and then.
    Every day is a fresh start. And you are on the right track, you did get on the treadmill!
    If you ate the sundae right after your workout, think about having a snack before the workout. It will help with the energy (sugar) cravings afterwards.
    It took more than one sundae to put the weight on, it will take more than one sundae to lose the weight.

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    What's the word? Rhia7's Avatar
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    Good News for Ice Cream Lovers -- Really
    I was happy to read this:
    Ice cream

    Good news for ice cream lovers: A recent Swedish study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that women who have at least one serving of full-fat dairy products a day gain less weight than women who don't. Researchers aren't entirely sure why, but it's believed that a compound in milk fat called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) may aid weight loss. Health.com: Top 5 foods for women

    Not all studies support the dairy-aids-weight-loss claim. But Gluck feels there's more evidence for than against, even if full-fat dairy's secret is simply that it's more satisfying. "Many women find that low-fat versions of dairy products like ice cream and cheese just aren't satisfying," she says, "so they may eat a lot of them -- downing hundreds of calories in the process, trying to fulfill their craving -- when just a little bit of the full-fat stuff would have done the trick."

    Best way to enjoy it: Have a little cheese, ice cream, or a glass of milk each day. "You really can't go wrong with that," Gluck says. "Dairy should be part of your diet, whether you're trying to shed pounds or not. You need the calcium to maintain strong bones. And the vitamin D and CLA in milk both have cancer-fighting properties."

    Watch out for: Fat intake. Remember that full-fat dairy products do contain saturated fat, Gluck says, so it's best to limit yourself to two servings daily -- and to make your third serving a low-fat or skim choice.

    Bad foods that are actually great for your waist
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    I haven't thought of a Reese's sundae from Friendly's in a really long time. Now I'm wishing there was a Friendly's nearby! lol
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    OOOPS just realized was an old POST, LOL GethsemeneRose's Avatar
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    Just started a day job at a cafe on the beach we sell more milkshakes than you can imagine.... All breyers ice cream as the base ... I am eating (or should I say drinking ) more than I am making LOL

    MMMMMMMMM ice cream mmmmmmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by GethsemeneRose
    LOL
    Just started a day job at a cafe on the beach we sell more milkshakes than you can imagine.... All breyers ice cream as the base ... I am eating (or should I say drinking ) more than I am making LOL

    MMMMMMMMM ice cream mmmmmmmmm

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    Who paid for that study, Haagen Dazs?? LOL

    More seriously, it may be true, but ONLY if you switch out something else so your caloric intake doesn't increase. If you ADD the stuff to what you already eat, you should gain weight; more cals in = more weight on, after all...

    Still it gave me momentary ideas of testing the hypothesis with a few pints of Ben & Jerry's
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    http://www.slashfood.com/2006/04/27/...p-fried-oreos/

    mmmmmm Food Porn

    Deep Fried Oreos FTW!
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    lol food porn.
    espresso is my weakness

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    Quote Originally Posted by buyjewelry

    wow now that is hot! Should label that NSFW
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    I love sweets and I really love this place:

    http://www.goldenspoon.com/

    Only 170 calories for a regular and it's TAAAAAAASY!
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    Rhia, I think we all understand where you're coming from. When you've been good for so long, it requires that you be bad once in a while.

    I have a serious sweet tooth like everyone else here. My vices are cookies, ice cream and cheesecake.



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    That sounds yummy

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    That sounds pretty good, Rhia. I recently discovered that Jamba Juice has some chocolate-peanut butter combo that's pretty amazing too.

    Time for me to get back on my own treadmill.
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    I am torn between flavors and crunchyness.
    My favorite chocolates can only be eaten after they've spent the night in the freezer.
    My other favorites are plain Cheescake and vanilla ice cream with strawberries or chocolate.
    I have a huge list of loves:
    Peanutbutter cookies
    Chocolate covered strawberries
    Chocolate covered cherries
    Chocolate covered toffee
    Sea's chocolate's Bordeaux

    Even with this list I can stay on my diet as long as I don't have it in the house. The hardest times are if I make a batch of cookies or cheescakes and don't get them into the outside freezer fast enough. If it's in the house I *will* eat it!
    No will power here friends.

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