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Is There a Patch To Stay Vegetarian?

OMG! I have been vegetarian a few times in my life, and usually it is pretty easy. Last May I started again and it was okay, then slowly at the end of summer I started having the occasional steak, and then in late October due to being out of work and honestly not having the money for meat, I became vegetarian again.

I have been reading books like The Kind Diet, and magazines and am trying my best to follow a healthy diet.

I have lost 18 lbs-wow I didn't even know I was 18 lbs overweight!-I feel better, I am happier, I have more energy and all together for me, this has been a great choice.

Today I was down in L.A. on Wilshire by E! and there was a burger truck and it smelled sooooooooooooooooooooooo good. I walked by it a couple times, just to get a whiff of the smell. Flashbacks of the show Friends and Chandler trying to quit came into my head, or remember in Sex & The City when Carrie ended her date early to have a quick drag? This is how I feel.
I kissed a guy who had eaten a steak and I swear that even though he had brushed his teeth and had alcoholic beverages, I could still taste it.

The way I see it, smoking is bad, meat is bad...they are both hard to get over, so I wonder when the hamburger patch will get invented.

As well, as the torture of smelling a grill outside, or a steak being cooked, walking past a burger joint, I keep getting coupons from all my favorite steak places around Los Angeles, it is like they know and are doing it on purpose!

I am just sayin' this is harder than it should be-all the be healthy, thin and gorgeous!


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