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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatherbella View Post
    I'm getting tired of water too. I've been also having lemonade and sometimes some raspberry ginger ale. Trying not to drink too many calories but they just taste SO good.
    If it were healthy, I could drink my daily calorie intake and be so happy!
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    Bagels!!!!
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    The worst for me is that I have a strong craving for something, so I buy it and eat it for a day or two, and then... the mere sight of it a day or two later makes my stomach churn and I can't stand it!!

    Anyway, I pretty much always can eat a cheeseburger. The other night I had a massive craving for carrots with ranch dressing.

    Patience, I'm LOL at you eating that spaghetti!!!
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    I am reading all this and either going YUCK or MMMMMMM! to all these foods. Most of the time something sounds good so I get it and then change my mind on what I want.
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    Water is a total aversion right now! I make my own lemonade, raspberry lemonade and juice/water combo. Not worried about drinking calories, especially since I use stevia to sweeten, so there really aren't any. As for cravings - it's more what I can stomach - which is mostly french toast with lots of maple syrup. And cucumbers. And watermelon. I was thinking about chinese food a lot too, but I can't eat it since it would make me feel so sick. Pretty much every other veggie sounds gross even though I'm normally a huge veggie eater.
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    sour candy and soft pretzals have been my cravings lately. I found a container of cherry coke gummies in the cabinet DS got a while ago. they won't be there much longer! DH was also nice enough to get me a pretzal (2 actually!) from WaWa on his way home. sweet cream cheese fileld and a reg one.. both are gone......

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatienceW View Post
    I found a container of cherry coke gummies in the cabinet DS got a while ago. they won't be there much longer!
    That sounds really yummy.

    Laurie: I'm the same way where most cravings turn into aversions after I eat it. Oh well.
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    Yesterday started a feeling of yuckiness. Everything sounds nasty, but I wouldn't define this as nauseau.

    Salt and sweet is the only things that sound even ok.
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