The Harcombe Diet

Published July 2, 2014 by Harri

So I am currently on day 2 of Phase 1 of The Harcombe Diet The detox phase. Cold turkey on most of the things we enjoy or are addicted to.

I went cold turkey on cigarettes and it was easier than this. The headaches are a nightmare. I have an opticians appointment and choir tomorrow night, so we will see how that goes.

I am basically going through caffeine/sugar/carb withdrawal. My addiction to these, has fed my food intolerances. It creates a vicious cycle. Eat it, crave it, can’t get enough to satisfy the craving, binge more.

I have been doing a lot of that. A lot.

I started yesterday weighting 308.2 pounds. I am as of this morning 306 pounds. So, we shall see what day 3 brings.


One comment on “The Harcombe Diet

  • How funny that you would post about this. I’m in the middle of a blog post partially dealing with my weight loss. I weighed around 260 lbs. a year and a half ago. I always thought that if I could just get back to skinny everything would be better. So here I am at 155 lbs and I’m still not happy. Now I want to gain 10-15 lbs. ARGH!

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