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March 8 2008

Cheese

CheeseWhy, or why, must cheese lure me in like a sailor, crashing against the rocks to the Siren’s song?

I have been trying to lose weight for a little over a year, and while I have lost 50+ pounds, slimmed up quite a bit, lost several pants sizes, toned up, and drastically changed my eating habits… I CAN’T GIVE UP CHEESE!  It’s like a lovely dairy infused drug, and no matter how many times I say to myself, “this is horrible for me,” I can’t stop eating it!

Yes, this is the entire point of the post… my cheese addiction.  I love it sliced… melted… cold… room temperature… as a sauce… as a side… fried… as a main course, I don’t care, I just love cheese.  Cheddar, Mozzarella, Jack, American, Bleu, Provolone, Parmesan… it doesn’t really matter, if it’s classified as cheese, I want to consume it.

Except cheese in a can, that stuff is just nasty.  You can keep that.

So, yes, I am a man on a diet who can’t give up his life-long cheese “problem”, but don’t they say that’s the first step?  Admitting you have the problem?  Is there such a thing as a “cheese intervention”?



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  • Doesn’t the Atkins diet let you eat a lot of cheese? Wikipedia: “The allowed foods include a liberal amount of all meats, fish, shellfish, fowl, and eggs; up to 4 ounces (113 g) of soft or semi-soft cheese; salad vegetables; other low carbohydrate vegetables; and butter and vegetable oils.” The caveat being that you’re not allowed to gorge on these things, just have a fair amount in lieu of other foods.

    Not that I know anything about the diet or its efficacy.