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2,681 12/27/12 11:32 P
I think it is important to listen to our bodies. If it is overfilled for a few days, it makes sense that it is sated. I would consider trying to be patient and sticking to veggies or low-cal smoothies and soups while the body processes and utilizes the excess calories.
Edited by: MICHELLEXXXX at: 12/27/2012 (23:59)
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12/27/12 10:25 P
Does anyone else notice that the days after a splurge, appetite is decreased later - either the next day or within the next couple of days?
I know that it's the big picture that counts and that some days will have more or less on the nutrition tracker, but after 5-days of holiday festivities, it's been a challenge to reach the minimum 1200 calories I know I should be getting.
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