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"Cold turkey" doesn't work?

 

That doesn't make any sense. Going cold turkey means completely cutting it. I assure you that if you completely cut something, then you arent doing it anymore...

 

The method works. Theres no way that it couldn't work. The method says that you just stop doing it.

 

"Cold turkey" doesn't fail, people fail. The method is not flawed. People just fail at the method.

 

I don't think it's that simple. The whole idea of cutting it off at once, is for people who have the will power to just ignore their desires until those decay. These are the people that usually could not have stopped gradually, because fulfilling their desires would draw them back to wanting more and more.

 

 

The other type of people, are those that need to quit gradually. They can't ignore their desires, so they try to fulfill them less and less, until the need "wears off". These are the ones that usually could not have just quit, because they'd only think of that, and not let themselves enjoy other things.

 

 

 

Whatever works.

Having given up soda 2 weeks ago while beginning my diet. I would reccomend you buy a ton of those carbonated flavored sparkling water and drink a bit fo those when you get soda cravings (don't drink only them) Also homemade teas are good too (like 80calories and a spoonful of sugar is like 30)

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Don't stop drinking the soda. At least not yet. Just for every 1-2 sodas drink a bottle/glass of water, and just keep decreasing the soda and increasing the water. Don't stop drinking soda completely yet, just work water into your current intake.

 

Why?

 

It's the same principle as when people try to stop smoking. If you go cold turkey you'll get strong urges to drink the soda again because your body is used to it. Instead you gradually lower your intake and wean your body off of it while getting used to consuming more water gradually at the same time. If you cut it out completely right away I think there is a much lesser chance of you stopping drinking the soda in the long term.

 

 

Unlike smoking/cigarettes, there are no addictive drugs in soda. Some studies have suggested the body becomes addicted to sweet things, but it's really not the same. Just go "cold turkey"

 

which brings me to my next point, delicious ice-water really makes it for me.

 

You might want to buy a water-filter for your tap or a filter-pitcher to just run water through.

 

 

I quit sodas cold turkey, and it contributed greatly to my weight loss.

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Don't stop drinking the soda. At least not yet. Just for every 1-2 sodas drink a bottle/glass of water, and just keep decreasing the soda and increasing the water. Don't stop drinking soda completely yet, just work water into your current intake.

 

Why?

 

It's the same principle as when people try to stop smoking. If you go cold turkey you'll get strong urges to drink the soda again because your body is used to it. Instead you gradually lower your intake and wean your body off of it while getting used to consuming more water gradually at the same time. If you cut it out completely right away I think there is a much lesser chance of you stopping drinking the soda in the long term.

 

 

Unlike smoking/cigarettes, there are no addictive drugs in soda. Some studies have suggested the body becomes addicted to sweet things, but it's really not the same. Just go "cold turkey"

 

which brings me to my next point, delicious ice-water really makes it for me.

 

You might want to buy a water-filter for your tap or a filter-pitcher to just run water through.

 

 

I quit sodas cold turkey, and it contributed greatly to my weight loss.

 

I actually laughed when I read this.

 

Ever heard of a glucose craving? Almost all "sparkling-beverages" (Coca-Cola propaganda) have caffeine (worse than nicotine, and some other "hard-core" drugs by far: http://www.drugsense.org/tfy/addictvn.htm).

 

As for tap-affixed water filters, they're just stupid. Research your municipality's water purification process and locate it in this (.pdf, clean) document: www.ene.gov.on.ca/envision/gp/4448e01.pdf and then tell me that the equivalenforum.tip.itiner is really going to make any difference beside the psychological.

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As for tap-affixed water filters, they're just stupid. Research your municipality's water purification process and locate it in this (.pdf, clean) document: www.ene.gov.on.ca/envision/gp/4448e01.pdf and then tell me that the equivalenforum.tip.itiner is really going to make any difference beside the psychological.

 

Congratulations. You linked to a document showing that the water company puts chlorine into the drinking water. Removing the chlorine is one of the main things that a Brita does.

 

Also, it removes many metal oxides that are picked up in the pipes on the way to your house.

 

But really, you call it stupid to use a device that removes chlorine, and then post a document that proves use of chlorine. Wonderful. =D>

 

I actually laughed when I read this.

 

Ever heard of a glucose craving? Almost all "sparkling-beverages" (Coca-Cola propaganda) have caffeine (worse than nicotine, and some other "hard-core" drugs by far: http://www.drugsense...fy/addictvn.htm).

 

The poster you quoted stated that there is a suggestion that sugar is somewhat addictive. And other people have given alternatives to the caffiene addiction. Unsweetened tea or coffe will more than deliver on your caffiene addiction. Or you could supplement in a caffiene pill.

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@Myweponsg00d, thankyou. The taste is honestly the concern with most water filters, and chlorine/metalic oxides are most of what's "tasted" in comparing tap water to bottled (or filtered water)

 

Ever heard of a glucose craving? Almost all "sparkling-beverages" (Coca-Cola propaganda) have caffeine (worse than nicotine, and some other "hard-core" drugs by far: http://www.drugsense...fy/addictvn.htm).

 

You say "glucose craving" and yet you cite caffeine and a study on drug addictiveness. Also, from the scale used in the tests, you can't really examine "far worse" because it's on a scale of 1-6, not raw data.

 

^ all sorts of caffeine supplements and other drinks with caffeine in them to settle that craving that is totally unrelated to glucose/sugar craving.

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As for tap-affixed water filters, they're just stupid. Research your municipality's water purification process and locate it in this (.pdf, clean) document: www.ene.gov.on.ca/envision/gp/4448e01.pdf and then tell me that the equivalenforum.tip.itiner is really going to make any difference beside the psychological.

 

Congratulations. You linked to a document showing that the water company puts chlorine into the drinking water. Removing the chlorine is one of the main things that a Brita does.

 

Also, it removes many metal oxides that are picked up in the pipes on the way to your house.

 

But really, you call it stupid to use a device that removes chlorine, and then post a document that proves use of chlorine. Wonderful. =D>

 

Actually it is. The same people arguing against chlorine in the water supply worry about the harmful effects of fluoride. Then they swim in a pool, and take a shower. Want to worry about "dangerous chemicals"? Start worrying about what you're ingesting, and what you're breathing. BTW, ever heard of Sodium Benzoate? If you leave a soda containing it in the sun, and it will contain one of the chemicals that makes cigarettes dangerous:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benzene

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benzene_in_soft_drinks#Formation_in_soft_drinks

 

I actually laughed when I read this.

 

Ever heard of a glucose craving? Almost all "sparkling-beverages" (Coca-Cola propaganda) have caffeine (worse than nicotine, and some other "hard-core" drugs by far: http://www.drugsense...fy/addictvn.htm).

 

The poster you quoted stated that there is a suggestion that sugar is somewhat addictive. And other people have given alternatives to the caffiene addiction. Unsweetened tea or coffe will more than deliver on your caffiene addiction. Or you could supplement in a caffiene pill.

[/quotforum.tip.it that way dude. Ever used drugs before? You start off small, but then every time, you need a little bit more. When I started getting into computers with friends a couple of years ago, I couldn't have a Coke without being unable to sleep at all over the next 10 hours. Within a few months, I needed an energy drink just to get my butt in gear.

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@Myweponsg00d, thankyou. The taste is honestly the concern with most water filters, and chlorine/metalic oxides are most of what's "tasted" in comparing tap water to bottled (or filtered water)

 

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Ever heard of a glucose craving? Almost all "sparkling-beverages" (Coca-Cola propaganda) have caffeine (worse than nicotine, and some other "hard-core" drugs by far: http://www.drugsense.../addictvn.htm).

 

 

You say "glucose craving" and yet you cite caffeine and a study on drug addictiveness. Also, from the scale used in the tests, you can't really examine "far worse" because it's on a scale of 1-6, not raw data.

 

^ all sorts of caffeine supplements and other drinks with caffeine in them to settle that craving that is totally unrelated to glucose/sugar craving.

 

Read thoroughly. It was in response to:

Unlike smoking/cigarettes, there are no addictive drugs in soda. Some studies have suggested the body becomes addicted to sweet things, but it's really not the same. Just go "cold turkey"

 

People don't refer to glucose as a "drug" but the withdrawal from absence of it in your system is the same. Try going without it in your diet for a day. It's an addiction.

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Actually it is. The same people arguing against chlorine in the water supply worry about the harmful effects of fluoride. Then they swim in a pool, and take a shower. Want to worry about "dangerous chemicals"? Start worrying about what you're ingesting, and what you're breathing. BTW, ever heard of Sodium Benzoate? If you leave a soda containing it in the sun, and it will contain one of the chemicals that makes cigarettes dangerous:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benzene

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benzene_in_soft_drinks#Formation_in_soft_drinks

 

 

I DO want to worry about dangerous chemicals, which is why I use a Brita... :? I don't really understand what you are getting at.

 

Also theres a big difference between swimming in a pool with chlorine in it and ingesting chlorine all day every day of my life. I wear clothes on my skin, but I dont eat clothes. But really I dont understand what youre saying?

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Actually it is. The same people arguing against chlorine in the water supply worry about the harmful effects of fluoride. Then they swim in a pool, and take a shower. Want to worry about "dangerous chemicals"? Start worrying about what you're ingesting, and what you're breathing. BTW, ever heard of Sodium Benzoate? If you leave a soda containing it in the sun, and it will contain one of the chemicals that makes cigarettes dangerous:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benzene

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benzene_in_soft_drinks#Formation_in_soft_drinks

 

 

I DO want to worry about dangerous chemicals, which is why I use a Brita... :? I don't really understand what you are getting at.

 

Also theres a big difference between swimming in a pool with chlorine in it and ingesting chlorine all day every day of my life. I wear clothes on my skin, but I dont eat clothes. But really I dont understand what youre saying?

 

OK, I'll try again: I'm sure that you're aware that chlorine was one of the first chemicals to me mobilized as a weapon. (BTW, like the clothes metaphor.) Now, there is very little scientific research, and nothing respectably conclusive saying that small amounts of chlorine in one's diet has a negative effect upon a body. Now, converting that tiny concentration into an aresol (as happens in a shower) is probably not good. Yet you don't have a Brita on your shower. When you swim in a pool, especially over-treated public ones, you can't avoid the fumes and ingesting some of it, no matter how small that amount may be. And I assure you, that is a massive amount of chlorine.

 

Additionally, I'm not sure if it exists, but I have yet to see any references or documentation pertaining to the supposed benefits of using a waterforum.tip.ithly doubt that any such claims are actually extensively regulated or even verified by the FDA or a similarly reputable organization.

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I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.

 

What ads? I'm actually kind of curious.

 

BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others).

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I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.

 

What ads? I'm actually kind of curious.

 

BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others).

 

http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html

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I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.

 

What ads? I'm actually kind of curious.

 

BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others).

 

http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html

 

Funny, but I don't like the comparison: http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/

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I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.

 

What ads? I'm actually kind of curious.

 

BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others).

 

http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html

 

Funny, but I don't like the comparison: http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/

 

Just throwing a link without explanation is kinda confusing. The key thing is that soda contains lots of calories, more than an average person can burn off.

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I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.

 

What ads? I'm actually kind of curious.

 

BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others).

 

http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html

 

Funny, but I don't like the comparison: http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/

 

Just throwing a link without explanation is kinda confusing. The key thing is that soda contains lots of calories, more than an average person can burn off.

 

I thought it was clear. Sorry. I mean, to compare them is not something that I would agree with: sugar is liquid death, and it isn't because of the calories. The "Western Diet" is innately destructive. The hyperlipid hypothesis is valid, it's just that mainsteam media, nutrition-ism, and Ancel Keys's violation of basic scientific principles that has distorted and concealed the truth from the public.

http://www.overcomingbias.com/2008/07/gary-taubes-goo.html

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I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.

 

What ads? I'm actually kind of curious.

 

BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others).

 

http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html

 

Funny, but I don't like the comparison: http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/

 

Just throwing a link without explanation is kinda confusing. The key thing is that soda contains lots of calories, more than an average person can burn off.

 

I thought it was clear. Sorry. I mean, to compare them is not something that I would agree with: sugar is liquid death, and it isn't because of the calories. The "Western Diet" is innately destructive. The hyperlipid hypothesis is valid, it's just that mainsteam media, nutrition-ism, and Ancel Keys's violation of basic scientific principles that has distorted and concealed the truth from the public.

http://www.overcomingbias.com/2008/07/gary-taubes-goo.html

 

Get over yourself. The commercial is just supposed to disgust you. Its not trying to say "drinking this soda is like drinking pure fat"

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I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.

 

What ads? I'm actually kind of curious.

 

BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others).

 

http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html

 

Exactly where in any of this conversation has my ego been involved?

 

I understand the connection, I just don't like how it's portrayed. Any nutritionist with half of a backbone.... ah, I'm too tired for this. NVM.

 

Funny, but I don't like the comparison: http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/

 

Just throwing a link without explanation is kinda confusing. The key thing is that soda contains lots of calories, more than an average person can burn off.

 

I thought it was clear. Sorry. I mean, to compare them is not something that I would agree with: sugar is liquid death, and it isn't because of the calories. The "Western Diet" is innately destructive. The hyperlipid hypothesis is valid, it's just that mainsteam media, nutrition-ism, and Ancel Keys's violation of basic scientific principles that has distorted and concealed the truth from the public.

http://www.overcomingbias.com/2008/07/gary-taubes-goo.html

 

Get over yourself. The commercial is just supposed to disgust you. Its not trying to say "drinking this soda is like drinking pure fat"

 

My problem isn't with the message, but how...

 

Ahh, never mind. Proceed as before.

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My problem isn't with the message, but how...

 

Ahh, never mind. Proceed as before.

 

No, continue, please. Because I'm pretty sure you were just trying to be pretentious and flaunt your nutritional understanding of fat vs. sugar. You said you dont like the comparison, but they arent making a comparison.

 

The commercial doesn't say "Drinking a soda has the same nutritional impact as drinking this huge glass of fat!"

 

They just want to disgust you.

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My problem isn't with the message, but how...

 

Ahh, never mind. Proceed as before.

 

No, continue, please. Because I'm pretty sure you were just trying to be pretentious and flaunt your nutritional understanding of fat vs. sugar. You said you dont like the comparison, but they arent making a comparison.

 

The commercial doesn't say "Drinking a soda has the same nutritional impact as drinking this huge glass of fat!"

 

They just want to disgust you.

 

There was no attempt to "flaunt" anything: that's why I abruptly ended that train of thought.

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My problem isn't with the message, but how...

 

Ahh, never mind. Proceed as before.

 

No, continue, please. Because I'm pretty sure you were just trying to be pretentious and flaunt your nutritional understanding of fat vs. sugar. You said you dont like the comparison, but they arent making a comparison.

 

The commercial doesn't say "Drinking a soda has the same nutritional impact as drinking this huge glass of fat!"

 

They just want to disgust you.

So how does this deter you from soda if they aren't comparing soda to fat? The disgust factor is meant to say that it's the same thing as drinking a glass of fat. Yeah, they're throwing in the shock value, but yes, actually, they are trying to say that the nutritional value is similar (It is of course an exaggeration). They're using the commonly held (false) belief that dietary fat = body fat. If this belief didn't exist, they would use something else, and make it disgusting (For instance, if it was meat instead of fat, they might use meat scraps). They are showing the public that high sugar = higher change of weight gain, but they're also telling the public that dietary fat = high chance of weight gain. So they're implicitly supporting the false belief in their attempt to raise awareness for the real issue.

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Ahh, never mind. Proceed as before.

 

No, continue, please. Because I'm pretty sure you were just trying to be pretentious and flaunt your nutritional understanding of fat vs. sugar. You said you dont like the comparison, but they arent making a comparison.

 

The commercial doesn't say "Drinking a soda has the same nutritional impact as drinking this huge glass of fat!"

 

They just want to disgust you.

So how does this deter you from soda if they aren't comparing soda to fat? The disgust factor is meant to say that it's the same thing as drinking a glass of fat. Yeah, they're throwing in the shock value, but yes, actually, they are trying to say that the nutritional value is similar (It is of course an exaggeration). They're using the commonly held (false) belief that dietary fat = body fat. If this belief didn't exist, they would use something else, and make it disgusting (For instance, if it was meat instead of fat, they might use meat scraps). They are showing the public that high sugar = higher change of weight gain, but they're also telling the public that dietary fat = high chance of weight gain. So they're implicitalk tly supporting the false belief in their attempt to raise awareness for the real issue.

 

One Soda has a lot of calories. If you take in more calories in than you burn, then you gain weight. Nowhere does it talk about sugar.

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My problem isn't with the message, but how...

 

Ahh, never mind. Proceed as before.

 

No, continue, please. Because I'm pretty sure you were just trying to be pretentious and flaunt your nutritional understanding of fat vs. sugar. You said you dont like the comparison, but they arent making a comparison.

 

The commercial doesn't say "Drinking a soda has the same nutritional impact as drinking this huge glass of fat!"

 

They just want to disgust you.

So how does this deter you from soda if they aren't comparing soda to fat? The disgust factor is meant to say that it's the same thing as drinking a glass of fat. Yeah, they're throwing in the shock value, but yes, actually, they are trying to say that the nutritional value is similar (It is of course an exaggeration). They're using the commonly held (false) belief that dietary fat = body fat. If this belief didn't exist, they would use something else, and make it disgusting (For instance, if it was meat instead of fat, they might use meat scraps). They are showing the public that high sugar = higher change of weight gain, but they're also telling the public that dietary fat = high chance of weight gain. So they're implicitalk tly supporting the false belief in their attempt to raise awareness for the real issue.

 

One Soda has a lot of calories. If you take in more calories in than you burn, then you gain weight. Nowhere does it talk about sugar.

 

Disagree: http://higher-thought.net/complete-notes-to-good-calories-bad-calories/#part-three The research, when examined in context, does not support the conventional theories concerning weight loss.

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Ahh, never mind. Proceed as before.

 

No, continue, please. Because I'm pretty sure you were just trying to be pretentious and flaunt your nutritional understanding of fat vs. sugar. You said you dont like the comparison, but they arent making a comparison.

 

The commercial doesn't say "Drinking a soda has the same nutritional impact as drinking this huge glass of fat!"

 

They just want to disgust you.

So how does this deter you from soda if they aren't comparing soda to fat?

 

They grab your attention with the glass of fat. "Oh thats gross!" you say. Then they put up the information: "Drinking one soda per day can make you 10 pounds fatter per year."

 

Its just meant to shock you and realize the definition of a "drink". The only reason we want to drink anything is to hydrate ourselves. We look at the man drinking fat and we question why we are drinking a syrupy caffienated beverage instead of water.

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Disagree: http://higher-thought.net/complete-notes-to-good-calories-bad-calories/#part-three The research, when examined in context, does not support the conventional theories concerning weight loss.

 

I can also invent an "Eisenhower paradox" where i quote eisenhower's "increasing difficulties with cholesterol" completely ignoring the fact that his increasing cholesterol could be a result of continued smoking.....

 

don't believe everything presented as scientific fact, that site you quoted is rediculous: do you excrete unabsorbed calories from easy-to-access sources of energy like proteins, fats and carbohydrates? show me some research showing that, and you can talk to me about "good and bad" calories. you have to expend the energy you eat, it is absorbed, and the only way you get rid of it is by using it.

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diet green tea. Not only is it cheap, but it boosts your metabolism, which it sounds like you need. It is also very tasty.

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