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Although I already possessed a blender I treated myself to a juicer and citrus squeezer to make life that much easier. And I mustered up every bit of enthusiasm I could, determined to apply myself single-mindedly to my first day of calorie restricting. After a weekend of my usual comfort eating, I began.
When I first started, though, I was more than a little concerned that 500 calories would consist of far too little to fill me up for a day. I was slightly horrified when I found out that the baked potato with cheese and baked beans I was planning for my evening meal on the first day totalled a massive 532 calories – more than my allotted allowance for the entire day! Additionally, when I totted up the number of calories I had already consumed by suppertime, it came to 320, even though I thought I had been pretty meagre in my choice – a glass of orange juice and a slice of wholemeal bread spread with peanut butter for breakfast and only a pear for lunch.
Perhaps this diet, that so many people I knew were enthusing about, was not for me. Maybe, I would just have to resign myself to being five stone overweight, I thought unhappily. But my husband’s promise of a summer holiday in the South of France the following year, to celebrate our fifteenth wedding anniversary, spurred me on. I wanted so much to fit comfortably into that seat on the plane and not attract stares as I ventured onto the beach in my swimming costume.
I decided that I would keep going with this diet for a month and if, by then, I was finding it unbearably hard I would abandon it and wait for the next new diet to come along.
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