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ruby tuesday
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I too crave sweet things, and although I can only tolerate a little sugar, do feel my blood sugar levels rocket up and down if I have any, causing shaking and recently a panic attack. I try to keep the sweet things to just a little fruit, but do have a frappacino or sugar-free caramel latte for a treat, can’t eat cake at all, and only a couple of ginger biscuits, which are my main weakness. As Doodah says, I have to weigh myself daily, force myself to excercise, and really work at controlling what I eat, my main thing is having gone from two biscuits daily, to two per cup of tea – which does put a few pounds on. I do eat healthily, plenty of protein and veg etc, still small portions, but it is so true that the op does not solve all our problems, and has to be really worked at for life!

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