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View Poll Results: my most dangerous carb food is:
sugar 337 44.81%
grains (including bread, pasta, etc.) 306 40.69%
potatoes 70 9.31%
fruit 39 5.19%
Voters: 752. You may not vote on this poll

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Old Fri, Mar-25-05, 14:49
Gailew Gailew is offline
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Plan: gluten free lc
Stats: 200/130/160 Female 5'6"
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Progress: 175%
Location: PNW
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I believe I voted for wheat because I get such horrendous symptoms with it, I become an invalid. But as far as day to day what is most liable to blow my weight loss, it's definitely sugar. All my life, I've been craving sugar constantly, and it's just now slacking off. I'm not the slightest tempted to eat wheat again! --Gail
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Old Fri, Jul-29-05, 14:45
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Plan: Atkins, Now Medical Weigh
Stats: 217/206.4/170 Female 5'4
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Progress: 23%
Location: Michigan
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Any kind of bread would be my danger item. I love cakes and cookies, but I think I really had an addiction to bread.
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Old Sat, Jul-30-05, 03:11
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Plan: South Beach
Stats: 134/132/100 Female 5'0''
BF:Yes
Progress: 6%
Location: Frederick, MD
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BREAD, BREAD, BREAD. I'm definantly going to miss it. I mean, what's the point of butter if you can't put it on bread??

I haven't started a LC diet/WOL yet so I'm binging on bread & butter. I'll miss it.
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Old Mon, Aug-08-05, 17:31
lisammon lisammon is offline
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Stats: -/-/- Female -
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Progress: 58%
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Fine, fresh pastry or bread. Not just any bread. It must be artesian bread from one of the great bakeries - SemiFreddie, Acme, or Grace. That's what makes me jump off the track.
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Old Tue, Aug-09-05, 06:47
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Plan: On my own
Stats: 250/244/135 Female 5 ft 4 in
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Progress: 5%
Location: S E Michigan
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Bread from a real bakery not the grocery store stuff and macaroni and cheese. I struggle so hard to stay away from these.
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Old Wed, Aug-10-05, 17:28
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Plan: the one that works for me
Stats: 220/214/180 Female tall
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Progress: 15%
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Geesh, what is it about BREAD??!! That's my downfall food for sure, I can't have a slice and put it away, I keep going back for more, even if it's low-carb. I think it's wheat in general that causes this addictive behaviour, one bite and I'm a junkie, very frightening actually, feeling so out of control... So that's why I stay away from the stuff.
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Old Mon, Aug-29-05, 09:49
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Plan: general low carb
Stats: 232/194.0/130 Female 66 inches
BF: yes, it is!
Progress: 37%
Location: Ohio
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Dangerous for me is that my husband likes to take me out to eat and it seems like all the food is either breaded, slapped in a bun, or coated in some sweet sugary sauce. Finding food I can have is like running an obstacle course.
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Old Mon, Sep-10-07, 00:20
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Plan: CRON
Stats: 178/166.5/155 Female 5ft 8 in
BF:100
Progress: 50%
Location: San Francisco
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Alcohol........
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Old Mon, Sep-10-07, 04:04
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Plan: My own.
Stats: 121/121/110 Female 5'3"
BF:21.4/21.4/19.5
Progress: 0%
Location: NOVA
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Mexican food! I should say GOOD MEXICAN FOOD. I just can't say no.
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Old Mon, Sep-10-07, 09:42
Lose100UK Lose100UK is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 360/360/80 Female 5 ft 3
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Progress: 0%
Location: ENGLAND
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Chocolate.

I live each day in fear that somehow chocolate will get back into my mouth. If it does, I can kiss goodbye to this WOE for as many months as it takes me to break the addiction again. And I can kiss hello to another 15-25 lb in that time.

I'm actually truly terrified of chocolate right now, because it's everywhere, and I do not trust myself to be alone in its presence.

I believe that, in any battle of wills between myself and a bar of chocolate, the chocolate would win.

Helena
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Old Mon, Sep-10-07, 09:45
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Plan: Atkins (veteran)
Stats: 321/206.2/160 Female 5'4"
BF:new scale :(
Progress: 71%
Location: Niagara Falls, ON
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I have trouble walking by apples, peaches, and grapes...

and all the multitudes of yummy oranges, tangerines, and pineapple, and oh... oh...

I had no idea I loved fruit so much.
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Old Thu, Jan-24-08, 12:22
Iamfree Iamfree is offline
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Plan: South Beach
Stats: 296/284/140 Female 5'6
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Cookies
candy
cake
bars
donuts
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Old Sat, Feb-02-08, 19:13
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Aisleone Aisleone is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 190/154/140 Female 5' 6"
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Progress: 72%
Location: Niagara Peninsula,Ontario
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Bread! Rye Bread, I love Rye toast! Can't have any Rye bread in the house. White bread I can easily pass on but Rye is another story.
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Old Sat, Feb-02-08, 23:52
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 279/260/165 Female 5'7"
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Progress: 17%
Location: Australia
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Mine is bread too, but mine is definintely white bread. I fall to pieces when I walk past a bakery and smell the freshly baked white bread ...
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Old Sun, Feb-03-08, 00:35
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Plan: Generic
Stats: 176/166/145 Female 5 foot 3 inches
BF:Yeah I guess
Progress: 32%
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Oh I am really surprised I am in the minority with fruit being my weakness that I can't stay within reasonable limits with. I think I have considered it my 'safe' treat for so many years it is hard to think of it as being my enemy number 1
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