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DWROBERGE Posts: 321,578
11/23/12 8:00 P

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TCANNO SparkPoints: (307,416)
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11/13/12 3:08 A

Yes portion size and once you get into the hang it will be ok


SOMOMMYOF3 SparkPoints: (1,721)
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11/12/12 10:20 P

I agree that the portions have a lot to do with it, but also the fact that your meals had a lot of fruits and veggies. When reading about your breakfast burritos, I kept thinking "what, no cheese!"

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (108,021)
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11/12/12 8:28 P

Yes you are right, it is all in the portions

SANDICANE Posts: 3,399
11/12/12 8:27 P

Portions...ah yes, portions....

MZKYND SparkPoints: (0)
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11/12/12 11:20 A

Sounds like a yummy day of eating to me, and I love that you were able to get in some "treats" with the red wine and choc all while staying in your range!

MTNMOMMA3 Posts: 127
8/12/12 11:07 P

Nice!

MAUISPIRIT Posts: 40
8/10/12 10:09 P

:)

JILLITA55 SparkPoints: (0)
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8/10/12 9:12 P

I hate that

MAUISPIRIT Posts: 40
8/10/12 1:20 P

Good point! Real food ... I remember (way back in the olden days of a week ago ... LOL) when I'd eat something junky that was loaded with calories and no nutrition and then be ravenous a short time after. This morning I was realizing how much energy I have. Funny thing: you give your body what it needs and it likes it! :)

BETHIEBOOPS SparkPoints: (11,048)
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8/10/12 11:38 A

Right?! Eating Real Food is the best thing ever for feeling full and happy :)

MAUISPIRIT Posts: 40
8/10/12 11:10 A

Oh, yes, Maggie! I got in 1380 by having 3 oz of red wine and 1/2 Hershey's bar! It's great to not deprive myself, yet not feel stuffed (and sabotaging myself) by overindulging.

MAGGIEMURPHY4 SparkPoints: (0)
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8/10/12 6:32 A

Just be make sure you make your 1200 calories eating below it will not help your weight loss and it could very well slow your metabolism. But I agree cooking and portions make a world of difference

MAUISPIRIT Posts: 40
8/9/12 10:26 P

Wow! I can't believe how much I ate today and am not even at 1200 calories yet.

Today I had:

Breakfast: 2 breakfast burritos w/mushrooms, tomatoes and refried beans

Snack: A huge fruit salad w/nonfat yogurt and cinnamon

Lunch: Hearty Tuscan bean soup with 5 saltines

Dinner:
Grilled chicken, corn on cob w/butter, baked beans and potato salad

It's all in the portions! And how it's prepared. Amazing.


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