Itís possible that, since Iíve been on this diet, Iíve actually been eating too much. Not too well; I donít believe in that. I think what Iíve eaten has been perfectly fine, but the quantity is way more than Iím used to. I never ate breakfast before, except late in the morning, as a substitute for lunch, which I truly never ate. Now I eat plenty for both meals, then a big old dinner, and later on I have dessert. It might just be too much.
The problems I had today, though, had nothing to do with what Iíve been eating, except for the fact that I had no appetite and therefore couldnít keep up with the program. But I went to Aidenís baseball game at noon, and I got all this lousy fresh air, and then when I got home I could hardly breathe, and the sinus drainage into my throat and beyond upset my stomach to a degree that I thought I was going to be radically sick.