Going backwards is not worth it

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magentaflame
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Going backwards is not worth it

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I've been giving up smoking and drinking recently. It's been a gradual cutback and it works for me. I'm down to the point where I only feel like a smoke every now and again. But it doesn't worry me so much anymore. I've been feeling light and less cramps and pain in joints etc.
Giving up meat has left me feeling light and with more energy.
In the last week I've been rather stressed, which has left me to being vulnerable to a smoke and alcohol I don't usually drink.

So.....the cramps and joint pain and back ache have returned. It's unequivocal to me now that smoking and drinking and meat consumption have been the cause of ill health for me. It only took 5 smokes and three cans of Jim beam and two slices of Lamb to prove this to me . I was feeling really good before I consumed them..

I guess it's a lesson learned.
The 'radical' left just wants everyone to have food, shelter, healthcare, education and a living wage. Man that's radical!....ooooohhhh Scary!
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It sounds very likely. If you've found what works then making steady progress with it is worthwhile.
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Re: Going backwards is not worth it

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I've been going through vege recipes and found a very quick breaky that's very convenient.

I put a cup of rolled oats with one cup of water and let sit overnight in the blender.
In the morning I add a banana, five strawberries and half a teaspoon of vanilla extract.
And half a cup of skim milk.

Very yummy and I can take it with me as a smoothie.

i have two weeks of hot meals already prepared and in the freezer. Pies, pizza's, slices, cakes, lasangna's, pasta and different types of rice mixes. I also discovered "quorn" ....British thing I believe. It's in the lasangna,

So in all the diets looking pretty good.
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Re: Going backwards is not worth it

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Quorn is made of something called Soya. I have no idea what a soya is, it could be a nocturnal shrew for all I can tell.
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