The No S Diet

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PosiePootlePerkins Thu 09-Mar-17 17:06:03

Shiny new thread!smilesmilesmile
Support, advice and general chat for those who are following the NoS diet. We're all about good habits and moderation in our eating!

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beela Thu 09-Mar-17 19:08:53

Oh hello smile

Well done posie

Cocopopsrule Thu 09-Mar-17 19:41:31

Thanks posie!

Cocopopsrule Thu 09-Mar-17 19:42:46

I'm not having a succesful no s diet day but very glad there's a new thread to keep me focused. Thanks a lot.

PosiePootlePerkins Thu 09-Mar-17 20:17:18

Oh yay you found us! Sorry you're struggling coco here to listen if you want to vent!

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twofloorsup Thu 09-Mar-17 20:20:08

Woohoo here you all are.
I'm still talking to myself on the old thread grin

PosiePootlePerkins Thu 09-Mar-17 20:57:56

Twofloorsup go back and have two more conversations with yourself, then you'll properly fill it upgringrin

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twofloorsup Thu 09-Mar-17 22:35:46

That's about right for me grin

AristonAndOn Fri 10-Mar-17 05:09:03

Ow how exciting, thanks Posie. Would be so wonderful if we were all still on here at the end of this thread 👍🏼😀

PosiePootlePerkins Fri 10-Mar-17 06:34:03

I have a feeling we will be Ariston. I have been on various weight loss threads before but never one as genuinely supportive and friendly as this onesmile
Its Friday, hooray! Have a good day everyone.

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twofloorsup Fri 10-Mar-17 06:46:20

Ariston I'm in for the long haul smile
Best I've ever felt about food in probably 25 years !

beela Fri 10-Mar-17 06:57:23

I think we'll still all be here but we'll all be much thinner grin

twofloorsup Fri 10-Mar-17 07:33:58

Haha Beela I think you're probably right. I'm finding now I don't need to pile my plates quite so high and food isn't the priority it used to be for me.

Cocopopsrule Fri 10-Mar-17 07:48:14

Morning all. Weigh in day today. The pound from last week has gone so 74kg again. So overall, 2 lb down over 3 weeks. Must stay focused. Thanks so much posie for the opportunity to vent. DH has been quite good and supportive. And for the rest Im trying to change what I can, and accept what I can't and not worry about it. I'll definitively be here. This no s diet is about avoiding heart disease and type2 diabetes for me. I'm 39 - sensible eating today is part of choosing what type of life quality I want in 20 or 30 years. Difficult to remember in the moment though.

I used food to make me feel better when sad. To celebrate. To stave off boredom. As a social event. Finding alternatives requires quite some thought.

beela Fri 10-Mar-17 09:49:29

That's a really good point cocopops. I was mainly thinking about being able to fit into my clothes and not having to sick my tummy in quite so much when wearing a swimming cossie <shallow> but the long term implications are probably much more important.

beela Fri 10-Mar-17 09:50:16

suck my tummy in. Not sick it in.

PosiePootlePerkins Fri 10-Mar-17 14:22:06

Coco I have definitely used food in the ways you describe. Its so so hard because you still have to eat to live. And also food has such strong links with feeling comfort and pleasure, so it's understandable that it takes time to retrain our brains.

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Bluebell9 Fri 10-Mar-17 14:36:38

Can I join please? I've been off sugar for just over a week now. I need to get rid of my tummy! I've been really good so far, out for meals twice and didn't have a pudding even though everyone else did, including DP who is supposed to be giving up sugar too!

AristonAndOn Fri 10-Mar-17 14:42:44

I'm glad we are all still so positive about it. Wouldn't it be great if we were still here. I'm 38 and want this to be for life, for my health and self esteem. I'm in the middle of an health scare at the moment and I'm hoping I'll get through this and that the experience will keep me focussed on eating and living well.

PosiePootlePerkins Fri 10-Mar-17 15:00:10

Sorry to hear about your health scare Ariston flowers** Getting your eating under control is probably one of the best ways to help yourself, you're doing the right thing.
Bluebell welcome! My user name on the no S forum is Bluebell! Good choicesmile Any questions just ask, we're a friendly supportive lot.

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PosiePootlePerkins Fri 10-Mar-17 15:00:36

Uh oh bold fail sorryblush

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twofloorsup Fri 10-Mar-17 15:43:58

Sorry to hear that Ariston but glad you're feeling positive about the food side of things.

beela Fri 10-Mar-17 16:02:45

I'm 38 too. Obviously a good time to make new habits smile

Sorry you're having a health scare ariston, hope it all comes good soon.

Hi bluebell!

AristonAndOn Fri 10-Mar-17 16:36:23

Thanks for well wishes. Got to have two unpleasant procedures on Tuesday 😢 I'll have answers though so it will be worth it.

twofloorsup Fri 10-Mar-17 18:41:48

Will be thinking of you Ariston , keep posting if it helps.
I made an effort to have a cooked meal at lunchtime today so I didn't go to bed hungry again.
However not feeling well now so think dinner may not happen confused

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