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  1. Sue Ellen
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    That is really neat, I might use it in my psyc class. Just yesterday one of my students had this bright idea–she wants to start a new clean slate come January first. She wants to be healthier. Until then, however, she plans to get in all of the forbidden stuff and enjoy herself, since it is the holidays. I wonder how long the maintanence phase will last?

    Sue Ellen

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    Sue Ellen: I’m really glad you commented on this post. I read up on your blog on the CRON program you’ve been following. While I find it intriguing, it’s pretty extreme.

    Was that something you eased into gradually, did you “cold turkey” transition to a totally different way of eating, or was your previous way of eating fairly close and thus not a huge shift?

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  3. Sue Ellen
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    I am a gradual person. I can’t do things “cold turkey”. 3 out of 4 of my grandparents had a stoke that completely destroyed their lives without killing them. Then my aunt had a stoke. So I started eating better. It took about 2 years to completely change. I ate horribly. I used to have ice cream for breakfast. Isaiah once wrote a poem about how much candy I ate. It was bad. So I decided to change. I like cron because it is not all or nothing. It is a range and you can practice it just a little bit or extreme. I don’t like extreme, so I stay on the “little bit” side. I think gradual in the way to go with most things. Its all a process.

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    Thanks for the information! Knowing you now, it’s hard to imagine you eating ice cream for breakfast!

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