Most of us who has had fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, or other similar diseases, for a long while, are watching what they eat and are trying to be as healthy as possible. We search out treatments, doctors, supplements, vitamins, and medicines in an effort to improve our way of living. We rest, try to sleep, exercise if and when possible, and do whatever we hear is working for someone, in hopes it will do the same for us. But do you ever splurdge? I'm just curious. This isn't an earth shaddering post with brilliant information that will knock your socks off like stormyskye can write. She's brilliant! I'm just talking about treating yourself to something that in reality, we should never eat. When I'm feeling good, I want to go eat some bar-b-que meat with baked beans, french fries, cole slaw, garlic bread, and some sweet tea. And I seem to do dumb stuff like that around holidays also. But I know I will end up paying for it in the long run and feel terrible afterwards. So am I the only one that does this. Hopefully your smarter, but I've got a feeling there's somebody like me. I'll even splurdge on a big Rib-eye steak, with all the above mentioned... Well I'll quit and I'm sorry I wasted your time when you could have been reading something worthwhile, but I was in one of those moods. Good night all!