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Once I’ve Started

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I have been in program for twenty-seven years. When it comes to using a food plan, I used to have rules for what to eat, what not to eat, how much to eat, when to pray, and more. But I’ve found that the more I complicate my food plan, the more loopholes appear for my disease to discover and exploit. So now I just follow one simple rule of thumb: I cannot make any decisions about what to eat once I’ve started eating, except for the decision of when to stop. This gives me wonderful flexibility in the contents of

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