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Saturday, September 24, 2016

I have committed to tracking my food again. I usually track after I eat and sometimes I think I have really blown it and shouldn't track because I don't want to see how poorly I have done. But, I do track and maybe cookies weren't the healthiest option but I am still in my calorie range and really haven't blown it at all. I also find that if I track even when I have made poor choices (Ultimate cheeseburger) I see the results and can put it behind me rather than beating myself up for days. Tracking really helps with the mental/emotional part of. changing your eating habits.
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  • SMILINGTREE
    Agreed! There have been many times I thought I'd eaten two days' worth of calories only to discover that I'm in range for the day :/ Eventually, I got better at "guesstimating" but it still helps to double check myself regularly.
    1765 days ago
  • AOKDIET21
    Tracking food water and exercise helps me balance intake
    1767 days ago
  • AOKDIET21
    We may eat a range of food. I make sure to enjoy my food. One small treat daily helps me not binge or crave any food.
    1767 days ago
  • BLUECAFE
    Tracking what I eat has been the biggest source of change for me. The good, the bad and the ugly....lol

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    1767 days ago
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