I think that's a pretty big assumption, puppy. Many of us on here, including me, can't afford to cheat, or else we're headed for life-threatening trouble. After a while, eating clean just becomes a way of life. You have to make it your way of life, though. With a lot of us, if we didn't make it our way of life, we would be on insulin or in the hospital with uncontrollable blood sugar. It really comes down to a simple matter of priorities. No, not all of us cheat. Many of us haven't for months or even years because we know what the stakes are.I am not angry because I know you speak the truth. I am angry though at myself and working hard to get back into ketosis again. I've even ordered blood ketone strips. I've been a saintly eater today and as so happy to see such great numbers after meals like 88 that that is motivating! I am not going to allow myself junk like that again, no way! I know that others do but they do not come on here and admit it I guess this is like a confession board better I should just go to church instead.
I don't think I will have this problem again ava I haven't for a while either...I'm still somewhat in denial maybe but this guilt was more punishing then the food,