Tomorrow I'm leaving my apartment at 6:00 a.m. to drive to Leesburg, an hour away, to be the model speaker in a Toastmasters evaluation contest. I spent much of the afternoon and evening preparing for tomorrow's speech. One side effect of my restricted-calorie diet is what I call "foggy-brain," when my mental capacity slows because of a lack of energy. I usually prevent this by eating fruit or nuts throughout the day. But while preparing for my last speech on January 11, foggy-brain consumed me.
Another side effect of my restricted-calorie diet is a digestive system that is unaccustomed to said meal and subsequently finishes its job faster than a transplant patient following a Jessica Alba visit.
You mean I can eat all that without absorbing the calories? Hooray to cheat meals and faulty digestive systems.
Postscript: I am not bulimic.