Some days you won't be hungry, others you will be. I think that one day under your calories is fine, as long as it isn't a habit. You may find that you are hungrier tomorrow.
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60 10/2/12 5:27 P
In my process, it has been really important for me to tune in to when I'm "hungry" verses I have the desire to eat (to chew, taste, feel full). This may not be quite relevant in your case, but maybe it is playing a role? Perhaps you used to think that you were eating for hunger but actually it was for other reasons?
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55 10/2/12 5:14 P
One of those days....just don't feel hungry, yet I don't want to skip meals..had a banana for breakfast, 90calorie Yoplait with a sprinkle of soy nuts in it for lunch, and plan a small baked pork chop, unsweetened applesauce, and a small baked potato for dinner.think I'll skip a evening snack and have a mug of tea instead. Think my body is adjusting to less food.
Highest weight 315 lbs. Started Spark 260 lbs Mini Goal 200 lbs Goal 160 lbs
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