The rules

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27 Feb 2017 by Hazel

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These have evolved over time and have now become my way of life so remembering them is like asking me how I breathe.  But some of which are so important they form the foundations of my approach.  These are  but ultimately I now live by the following rules:

No more than 6 teaspoons of sugar (fructose) a day.
Low carbs – I eat very little bread, potatoes and pasta.
Small portions.
No 2nd helpings, ever.
Drink water.
Stop eating when you are full.

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