I quit eating sugar last July 4th.
So I said good-bye to sugar and all it's cousins like honey and agave. I replaced all that sweetness with the low carb ones. I started using stuff like xylitol and stevia. My favorite has been this one...
Swerve doesn't have any bitter after taste or give me stomach troubles like some alternative sweeteners.
I've been baking cookies and brownies and cheesecake with Swerve. Baking and then eating them.
I'm developing a low carb dessert habit just like I had when I was eating high carb ones.
Time to get this low carb cookie monkey off my back.
For 28 days I'm not eating any low carb desserts. If I want something (I know I'll want something) after dinner, I can have a piece of my 100% chocolate bar with some coconut oil or a few nuts. Or maybe a small bowl of berries with whipped cream.
I'll keep checking my blood stuff too. When I eat too many low carb desserts, I stay in NK but my numbers drop. Yesterday I was at .9.
This won't be easy although I'm confident it won't be as bad as kicking the real sugar habit. That was tough!
Since Feb has 28 days, it's a no-brainer to start on the 1st. I'll use the days leading up to Feb 1 to wean off of the sugar-like substitutions that I've been (kind of) abusing.