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HEDDERBOX Posts: 36
2/8/13 11:53 P

I bought some girl scout cookies too. I am usually good at sticking with serving sizes on most processed foods. My orders haven't come in yet. But I have kids so they aren't all for me. I think it is good to eat a servings' worth each day, provided you drink a lot of water throughout the day and exercise a little to counteract those cookie calories. Heehee.

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2/8/13 11:09 P

I bought a box, ate two, and put the rest in the treat table at work. They were gone in 20 minutes. I got my fix of thin mints, didnt have to refuse the seller, and my will power can be saved for something else. :-)

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BUBBLEJ1 Posts: 2,979
2/8/13 10:22 P

As long as you meet your calorie and nutritional ranges there is nothing wrong with a little junk once a day!

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2/8/13 10:05 P

Hate to refuse those girl scouts, but gotta stick to my plan for me.

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2/8/13 10:04 P

as long as you think of me while you eat them...

Joking!

As long as they fit into your ranges, I say go for it! Enjoy them!



SWEDIEPIE Posts: 338
2/8/13 8:24 P

Oh, I'll definitely not count the first 1200 calories worth of cookies. Thank you.

Kristen
GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,326
2/8/13 6:55 P

I am impressed that you can stop at 4. I dare not start. Enjoy.


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2/8/13 6:46 P

NIRERIN: good idea, i am not going to count the first 1200 calories either. i like the way you think.

as long as you are within your nutrient ranges, i think it is ok. they are so yummy.





IRISHGIRL3 Posts: 866
2/8/13 6:31 P

if youre in your nutritional range then I don't see why not.

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SWEDIEPIE Posts: 338
2/8/13 6:29 P

;)

Kristen
NIRERIN Posts: 12,383
2/8/13 6:14 P

as long as you aren't counting the girl scout cookies in the first 1200 cals you should be fine.

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2/8/13 6:13 P

As long as you're not sacrificing being in your ranges for protein etc, and it fits into your eating plan, then go for it.

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SWEDIEPIE Posts: 338
2/8/13 6:08 P

Is it okay if I eat four girl scout cookies each night? I am very careful to stay within my nutritional ranges. I just love Girl Scout cookies.

Kristen
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