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30-Apr-2019 15:12

You are less willing to be walked on and taken for granted, and more likely to take credit for what you deserve.

Most importantly, now that you’re no longer eating huge plates of sugar (‘carbohydrates’) and greasy seed oils, you’ll find that big, hearty meals don’t make you fall asleep.

(But odds are good that you have.) You’re also probably noticing, over time, that you’re happier and less depressed, that your skin problems and allergies are less severe (or gone entirely), and that you sunburn less easily. You’re thinking of the world as your playground, and you’re seeing familiar surroundings with new eyes.

And now that your symptoms of withdrawal from the SAD (Standard American Diet) are over, you’re feeling more energetic—and thinking more clearly due to the action of ghrelin, now that being hungry doesn’t just make you cranky and hypoglycemic.

Besides, shopping for food is quick and easy when the only places you have to go are the meat counter, the produce bins, the dairy refrigerator, and the spice rack.

If you get to here, you’re doing great—and you’re already far healthier than you were on the SAD (Standard American Diet) even if you haven’t lost any weight. Most likely you are sleeping better now that you’re regularly putting forth physical effort.Yes, we all need some moral support when we give up potato chips and corn chips.But wouldn’t you rather have an omelet for breakfast, and then not have to snack at all?In other words, your body is finally—perhaps for the first time—beginning to function as it should.