Trying to make me feel better about my drug habit?
DH and I were never heavily into desserts or sweet snacks.........................................................until our oldest daughter moved back home.
She's got a sweet tooth, I tell ya. Now that Paul is in heaven, I have picked up on eating sweets since dd and I share a home. I was
diagnosed as "pre-diabetic" for the past twenty years, but it has never increased or advanced, even with the sweets inoutcounter is a my diet. Go
figure............ and, my downfall at the check-out counter is a Payday bar! But, I do try to spread the sweetness out as best I can.
Agreed. Before my "episode", I ate really, really bad. From fast food, to processed foods, to chocolate ice cream (almost EVERY night) to just sweets. Alot of sugar! Now, I only eat fruits, veggies and meats (except red meat and pork). No breads, no pasta and every other month or two, a chocolate shake from WAWA. Heh heh!I'm in the pre-diabetic category. I changed my diet pretty drastically and the blood sugar levels didn't budge. I have an older sister who is also pre-diabetic and she eats whatever she wants, and her numbers stay the same too. For some of us the numbers are purely from genetic factors. None-the-less I'm maintaining a candy/sweet free diet... can't be bad for me...
Does this make Skittles the AC of candy?
Does this make the person that gave you the Skittle(s) the FP of candy?
I think it worked because the bud lite drinker is a country redneck, of which I'm one, but I don't like beer. I would say most of those customers will never go back.I don't know why the Bud Light boycott worked so well but so many other companies who deserve the same treatment don't get boycotted. In a case like this it should be easy, because we already know that what is inside the package is poisoning our kids. But somehow it doesn't materialize.
Maybe the should come out with a new cereal: Noah's Ark....I have seen ads on tv for kids fruit 'colored' cereals, that are promoting a free book for the empty boxes sent in.
I shudder to think about the agenda those books are pushing
Maybe the should come out with a new cereal: Noah's Ark....
Puffed rice in animal shapes, Noah and family with a rainbow of human marshmallows.
Guess which ones wont survive the flood.....
Yea, We ate the marshmallows out of the box, but mom was wise to us. No more cereal until the plain stuff was eaten.
that's why I stuck with CoCoa Krispies.