The family also survived, though from the sounds of it, they sometimes wished they hadn't. Evidently I wasn't all that pleasant to live with. J reported that he spent the first two weeks in a state of bewilderment, wondering what in the world he'd done to get me so mad at him all.the.time. The kids were annoyed because I wouldn't make cookies or give them the occasional ice cream dessert.
Like I predicted, I wasn't perfect and I cheated a couple times. I got two migraines during the month, and my only fix that I've found to be effective is to take 1000 mg of motrin, and chase it with a can of regular mountain dew. I fought the first headache for 3 days before I gave in. When the second one started up a week or so later, I decided not to torture myself, and immediately did my "cure".
When it was all said and done, I lost 3-4 lbs. I would say it was NOT worth it. If it'd been 10 lbs, it would have been totally worth it. In fact, I'd probably have kept it up if I saw that kind of result.
I'd say Sugar Free January was my worst idea ever. Even worse than my chicken hatchings that has me in a house with