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CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
1/6/13 11:11 A

absolutely.

especially true when you prepare it yourself

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (59,630)
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1/6/13 10:58 A

Absolutely! As you learn to eat, you start making better choices; I can't tell you how often i've skipped a high-calorie low-nutrition food because well, it doesn't seem like a good calorie budget choice, and I'd rather have more of a low-cal high-nutrition food!

Just TRY to overeat on raw broccoli. You can't do it! 100 calories of broccoli is insane. 100 calories of cookies is gone in a flash, and leaves you wanting more!

KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (78,078)
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1/6/13 9:52 A

It's true! I'm glad you realize this! emoticon

NEWDAYNEWAY SparkPoints: (2,812)
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1/6/13 8:31 A

It really is amazing how much you food you can eat if you choose wisely for your 1500-1850 calories.

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