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2/13/13 10:18 P

Yep......totally agree with Nancy: switch things up & for me that's walking, running, biking or doing a video--usually one of Coach Nicole's or else one from BL.
I HAVE to track my food, stay within 1200-1500 or so calories. Eating Pescatarian (vegetarian plus fish/seafood), I'm eating lots of fruits & veggies--especially veggies, I eat 3 meals plus 2-3 snacks, so usually don't get hungry. Always make sure I drink my water quota as well.

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2/13/13 9:15 P

This helped a lot Nancy!! Thank you so much!! It also helps just knowing that others are going through the same things! :)

Thank you for your time and understanding!!


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2/13/13 8:08 P

I used to have that problem a lot more often than I do now. My solution to that is to eat healthy and track it and not get too upset about a couple of days when I go over my range as long as it is temporary. Sometimes our bodies just need something extra. I usually look at the nutrient levels and see if I am missing something. For instance, fiber helps you FEEL full and not enough might make you feel hungrier. Look back to see if you are eating too much sodium, too many processed foods, etc. those things may be calorie okay but not very satisfying.

As far as the other issue, I find that switching things up on the exercise front, the eating front, making sure you get enough sleep, etc. may all help - or you might have to wait patiently for progress to show up. Sometimes our bodies take a while to adjust to new routines.

Not sure I was much help but hope you can figure it out.

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2/13/13 7:42 P

Hello, Everyone!!

Hope everyone is doing great on their weightloss journey! I'm having a hard time staying within my calorie range. It's only been for the past two days, but I've been hungrier than usual. I'm not eating bad when I do get hungry, I eat turkey, or yogurt, or string cheese, etc... Does anyone else have this problem?

Also, It seems like I'm having a lot of trouble losing weight in general. I exercise 4-6 days a week and follow my calories (except for yesterday and today). I always stick to my calorie range and meet my calories burned goal that SP sets for me (1300 cal/week). Does anyone know anything I can do to help me?

Any help on both of these subjects would be greatly appreciated!! Thank you in advance!!


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