Food tracker - Update

Saturday, February 07, 2015

So I must admit I am very proud of myself...

Tracking all my food is a pain the butt, however you will not learn by avoiding the items you are eating by not tracking. You are still consuming wheather or not you choose to admit it or choose to ignore it.

I think this is the first time I have consistently tracked going on 5 weeks I think. Everyday, every morsel, every taste...

My choices are not always the best, but I do what I can and I plan to reach my goals by preparing meal plans every two weeks and tracking the day before.

In doing this I am able to see where I could get more protein in or less sodium etc. This also allows me to manipulate same day as to if I followed the plan or tweak some of the changes I have made throughout the day.

Again I am proud of myself for doing this... It has really been helpful to see and to also see where I may be going wrong.

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  • MALAMI518
    2284 days ago
    2284 days ago
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    I'm proud of you too! You've been doing a fantastic job tracking this round (and beyond). It's tough but the more you track, the more you learn and the more you learn the more you know and you can make better decisions because of it. Great idea to track the night before too! emoticon

    2284 days ago
    Excellent!! Tracking can be a pain, but it does give info and lets you know what to change, if change is necessary! I've been consistent with it too! so, yay us!! I'm proud of you too! I know how busy you are!
    2284 days ago
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