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    Fizzy drinks

    I am finding it hard to reduce fizzy drinks anybody got any tips? I end up feeling weak or restless and worry Iím going mad? So I go back to the fizzy drink

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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    What's a fizzy drink? Yous mean soda? Sorry it's one of them Brit yank gigs

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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Quote Originally Posted by lebonvin View Post
    What's a fizzy drink? Yous mean soda? Sorry it's one of them Brit yank gigs
    Yes, itís soda.

    Phil, youíre not going mad youíre just feeling the withdrawal from caffeine and sugar. You can cut it out little by little but youíre still likely to feel tired and maybe have a headache. Or you can cut it all out as once like I did and just deal with the feelings for a while.


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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Quote Originally Posted by phil06 View Post
    I am finding it hard to reduce fizzy drinks anybody got any tips? I end up feeling weak or restless and worry Iím going mad? So I go back to the fizzy drink
    What sort of fizzy drinks we talking? I'm exactly the same with cups of tea tbh.

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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Just push through it tbh.

    Sometimes you feel bad for a while and just have to take it.

    It's pop, not heroin.
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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Thanks yes I am also trying low sugar biscuits to be healthy too but they just don’t taste as good as chocolate ones

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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Quote Originally Posted by phil06 View Post
    I am finding it hard to reduce fizzy drinks anybody got any tips? I end up feeling weak or restless and worry I’m going mad? So I go back to the fizzy drink
    Start with a diet soda, many of them have stevia which is a natural sugar supplement without the sucrose. Try a diet ginger ale, I'm partial to them as I don't drink alcohol. Cut out Coke or Cola as they have caffine.

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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Try fruit. Once you get used to it, it's like eating some sex.

    I'm now more or less addicted to watermelon, kiwi, passion fruit and grapes.

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    Your tastes will change, phil. I found this the more I trained myself away from sweet things. You stop wanting them as much and can find things you used to eat are now too sweet.

    Just keep cutting down and you will soon get there.
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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsTerry View Post
    Your tastes will change, phil. I found this the more I trained myself away from sweet things. You stop wanting them as much and can find things you used to eat are now too sweet.

    Just keep cutting down and you will soon get there.
    I've recently given up sweet things (and a lot of carbs, which often have hidden sugar too). It's amazing how quickly your weight can also drop because you're actually eating less food. I've increased my water and also hot drinks (without sugar).

    I used to have gluten free cereal and yogurt for breakfast, but now have stewed fruit (what's in season without sugar),and yogurt with walnut pieces on top... yummy

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