Fitness Minutes: (23,835)
10/10/13 4:16 P
Been there. 590 calories and 22 grams of fat in a Panera pumpkin muffin. Panera has the calories listed on the menu for salads and sandwiches, but not baked goods.
Now you know for next time.
Fitness Minutes: (4,934)
10/10/13 3:19 P
Yeah been there. The ones that shock me most are BBQ restaurants... I think to myself well this chicken or pork is a fairly lean protein and low cal per oz, but then I look after and see 1200 calories for a meal? 100 carbs for a meal? How DO they pack that in... it's an art form (an evil one).
Fitness Minutes: (150,004)
18,088 10/10/13 12:21 P
When I go to the coffee shop with a freiend we usually split even a cookie, that way we don't get all the calories and fat--and sodium. We don't get a treat all the time tho.
Since I don't do those things very often, I will savor my treat and enjoy it. I go to Starbucks once or twice a year.
Fitness Minutes: (5,965)
10/9/13 6:08 P
Sometimes I do that on purpose. I will really want something, so I will wait until after to track it. I still hold myself accountable in the end.
Fitness Minutes: (12,762)
22 10/8/13 11:31 A
I got a Skinny Latte at Starbucks. I was overtaken by the pumpkin scone. However I didn't look up the nutrition info first. If I would have, I would not have eaten it. Ignorance is not bliss! When it doubt check it out :)
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