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80 DWC Day 18

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Week 3 Day 18

-Try to use as little salt as possible today or maybe even none! Don’t buy microwave meals and don’t eat foods high in sodium.

Well.... This was so easy!!!

I don't eat salt. So that was really easy. The only salt that I eat is what is already in food or what other people put in food. I haven't salted my own food in 10 years!!! When I'm cooking, I only add salt if it calls for it. I am not one to eat salt.. Obviously since I haven't had it in 10 years.

The microwavable meals was also an easy thing to do. I'm not a big fan of microwavable meals. I like to eat homecooked meals and microwavable meals just don't do it for me. So I hardly ever eat those. In fact, I don't even remember the last time I had one!!


I seem to have alot of energy today. I don't feel tired or exhausted. I must have gotten a good nights sleep. My 4 mile walk was easier today. I only wish that it wasn't so hot!! I ended up getting a sunburn... Again!!
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    Good for you! Sodium is a tricky one for me. I thought I was tracking it, but realized when I entered a lot of my favorites, I only did calories, fat, carbs, and protein. emoticon Congratulations on your walk! It's going to be 100 here tomorrow, so I understand what it's like to suffer with heat.

    3335 days ago
    I am very careful about my sodium. It isn't something that I have to worry about.
    3335 days ago
    It seems easy to do without salt, but without tracking properly, most folks are still eating way over their limit. I don't add salt to anything and I still really have to pay attention to labels or I go over. If just going without salt was a goal, that's great. But be sure to start tracking to make sure you are eating lots of hidden sodium.

    Good luck with your journey and your schooling. God bless
    3335 days ago
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