Chocolates could not have done this to me!!!

@allknowing (68463)
India
March 9, 2018 6:39pm CST
I now go for a two size larger when it comes to clothes and I do not know what could be responsible for my putting on so much weight. I skip dinner and eat every little rice. I am quite active too. Could chocolates have done this to me or is it mangoes?
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@JohnRoberts (61092)
• Los Angeles, California
10 Mar
Eating too many chocolates can do that.
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
10 Mar
I do not over eat. I must be having a good digestive system (lol)
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@BelleStarr (39608)
• United States
10 Mar
I am not sure how old you are but your body is working against you that is for sure. Chocolate can be part of a healthy diet and as far as your body is concerned, sugar is sugar no matter what the source.
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
10 Mar
I am a senior and I know fat comes easily to seniors sugar or no sugar (lol)
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@BelleStarr (39608)
• United States
10 Mar
@allknowing It's those hormones!! I find that about 10 pounds wants to attach itself to me every 10 years lol But as long as you are healthy, who cares lol
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
10 Mar
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@dgobucks226 (13210)
10 Mar
Chocolate has expanded many a waistline including mine Maybe switch to dark chocolate and eat in moderation. Dark chocolate is better for you healthwise due to the antioxidants...
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
10 Mar
I have to acquire a taste for dark chocolates.
@shaggin (37310)
• United States
10 Mar
@allknowing I hate dark chocolate I'd rather not eat my chocolate then eat that lol
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@shaggin (37310)
• United States
10 Mar
I would think the mangoes would not have caused this but the chocolate would if you are eating a lot! If it is happening suddenly and you aren't eating much you could have your thyroid checked.
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@dgobucks226 (13210)
11 Mar
Yes, that is a good point Shaggin!
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
11 Mar
I think it has more to do with the food I eat as I feel quite healthy otherwise.
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@vandana7 (66816)
• India
10 Mar
Two sizes larger? Since when? @pgntwo ...I know why you recommended this post ..and why you are missing.
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@pgntwo (21924)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
10 Mar
I Suggested, as I was away on errands most of the day today. Nice of you to drop in
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@bagarad (12618)
• Paso Robles, California
10 Mar
I vote for the chocolates, but what a way to gain! At least you can enjoy it.
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
10 Mar
Chocolates have always been my choice when it came to snacks.
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• Pamplona, Spain
11 Mar
Maybe skipping dinner does it? Have heard that one before that if you skip meals you can get to put weight on instead of losing it. A specialist said this not me and so maybe it could be that? Just a thought.
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
11 Mar
I thought skipping dinner should help us lose weight. Must search for more info on this (lol)
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• Pamplona, Spain
11 Mar
@allknowing It might help some and not others as the specialist said what the body does is to reach for what it has got around it and gain more weight to protect you in some way. Not everyone is the same though. I thought it was interesting what he said and makes sense in a way.
@Kandae11 (40179)
10 Mar
The sugar in fruits is far less detrimental when compared to the sugar in candy. I very rarely eat chocolates ( dark or milk) - and I have maintained my ideal weight for the past 14 years.
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
10 Mar
It is not easy to give up an addiction (lol)
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@Kandae11 (40179)
10 Mar
@allknowing I know - I must have a teaspoon of sugar in my tea or coffee.
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@louievill (19299)
• Philippines
10 Mar
Actually it's the sugar in both the chocolates and the mangoes, sugar is the culprit.
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@allknowing (68463)
• India
10 Mar
Sugar indeed is the culprit (lol)
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@Blondie2222 (22387)
• United States
14 Mar
Eating too many chocolates could certainly do that to you. I love my chocolate too and need to cut back on it.
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@JudyEv (129681)
• Bunbury, Australia
11 Mar
I think maybe it's the chocolates. That's pretty sad though.
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@Icydoll (23189)
• India
10 Mar
Definitely chocolates are the reason..but I know you can't stay away from it ...enjoy eating and do excercise to be fit...
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@Tina30219 (35140)
• Onaway, Michigan
10 Mar
I agree it is both limit them both and you will be ok
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