I am not wheat intolerant so my wife occasionally makes some lovely wholewheat bread in our bread maker.I do like savoury toppings so does anyone have any tips for the what a can put on it ?
It's been a long time in the planning but I'm back!
Hello everyone hope you are all doing good.
I'm feeling determined because I really hate waking up feeling a failure and seeing myself get fatter and fatter.
I'm under no illusions that it's going to be easy but I have to keep getting back up and on it even if I hit a tough spot.
I have a few more tools under my belt to help success.
I'm an old hand at Harcombe and
I've finally come to terms with the fact that I might be a little depressed. I haven't been 100% since having my youngest 3 years ago. I had a difficult pregnancy and things spiralled from there. I'm thinking about getting my coil taken out as I don't think the hormones are helping. I don't want to go to the doctors to be put on medication so I'm going to try and manage it myself. I know diet is the key but I keep getting in this slump and back on the sugar.
Okay so here's what I've
I am a returning member for Harcombe - commencing on 02.01.17 with 8lb weight loss. I have been plateaued for several weeks now, but have mostly been staying on plan and feeling less bloated and out of control. I have tried not to obsess about weight loss and tried to consentrate on feeling more healthy and in control, and really only have about another 8lb to loose. My main problem is definitely sugar, and have been really devoted to avoiding it, with great success. I read
My sugar demon came back with a vengeance last week and I let it in!!! So for this past week I have been really giving myself a good talking to and sticking to the eating plan like glue and I feel so much better. Since January I have lost 14lbs altogether which is great and hopefully I will lose a lot more before the end! Trying to analyse why I fell off the Harcombe wagon but I just can't pin point the reason. I will continue to be vigilant and watch for my sugar cravings.