It's a Fairy Tale, Fairy tales usually never come true! Realty is better own up to what you know to be true and what works for you!
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1/4/13 2:46 P
I count day ends when I go to sleep and next day starts when I wake up. Right or wrong...that is what I do. I think it is easiest for me. I don't want to sit at midnight eating because I am tired and then mad the next day becuase I have so much less to eat or go over the next day and end up eating so many more calories.
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16 1/4/13 2:36 P
Count what you eat......That is the biggest deal
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12/13/12 11:55 A
As long as I don't go over on calories, but I count, in my life, midnight is the next day, so if I eat at night, I make sure I count.
12/13/12 11:50 A
As long as eating at midnight doesn't cause you to eat more calories the rest of the day. Should be fine. Track carefully
12/13/12 7:29 A
The word "diet" is so horrible when used to mean "a temporary fix until I go back to my normal way of eating". That's when it becomes a horror story.
The word diet, meaning your menu, your way of life, is a much better use of the word.
Don't get caught up in the trap of "temporary". Make it a lifestyle change that you can live with
Your body doesn't know what time it is. You don't have to have your meals in a conventional manner. Track your meals from the time you're up until the time you have to go to bed. :) I'd consider it a documentary.
DIETING *is* a horror story. This really is about making a healthy lifestyle change. I tried the dieting thing over and over and over and over and over and over again. Having healthy habits 95% of the time is really the way to go.
Check out sparkpeople's nutrition, fitness, and motivation quizzes. They're really quite educational.
Edited by: GLITTERFAIRY77 at: 12/13/2012 (07:40)
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471 12/13/12 12:30 A
So when do I get to start in on tomorrow's calories? Like, say I'm going to pull an all nighter with work stuff...
Can I start in on my breakfast at midnight, like when the carriage turns into a pumpkin (or preferably, a pumpkin muffin with a nice cup of coffee)?
Or is this more like a vampire tale and I have to wait till dawn (hissssss, if I'm still up then, I think the light really will burn since my contacts will be all dried out)?
What do you think? Is dieting a fairy tale or a horror story?
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