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From: maribel (
Subject:         80/10/10 tea and weight
Date: March 17, 2013 at 10:50 am PST

Over the past few months I have been trying to transition to a pure 80/10/10
diet. The transition has not been without a few hiccups but I am making a
concerted effort. One of the hardest things for me to eliminate is tea. I switched
from coffee to tea, which was a struggle. Right now I drink tea- green and black,
in order to decrease my consumption of caffeine. I want to eliminate it entirely
but I just cannot seem to rid myself of the habit. I get bags under my eyes and
seek clear radiant skin.

I still eat quinoa and soaked oats on occasion, which I know is do not align with
Dr. Grahamís principles, but other than that have moved away from cooked
foods all together. I find it hard to consume the appropriate number of calories
daily without adding in these additional calorie sources.

Another struggle that I have is with numbers on the scale. As an athlete, I care
about optimal athletic performance and I notice that my weight is up by about
five pounds from where I normally remain. However, I can see my stomach
muscles with definition and the feel as though I have less fat than I did when I
began the 80/10/10 transition. It does not make sense that I weigh more than
previously. I try to tell myself that it is increase water which will enhance my
performance, but I am not sure that is the case.

I would love to hear your tips and thoughts . . .

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