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1/18/12 1:10 P

@ ARCHIMEDESII Thanks hun didn't really look at it that way

1/18/12 1:06 P

@ CHEETARA79 Thanks hun

Edited by: NOTBROKENEASILY at: 1/18/2012 (13:08)
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1/17/12 1:48 P

Well, you have two choices. You can ignore the pie and go have some fresh fruit for a snack.

Now, if you haven't had lemon merengue pie in a long time, there is absolutely no reason you can't have a small piece. Spark People has never been about deprivation. It's all about moderation and portion control.

Yes, even a piece of pie CAN be a part of a healthy lifestyle as long as you are mindful of the portion. I can't imagine living a life where I wasn't allowed to eat something because I was worried I'd gain weight. that's not healthy.

It's up to you. No one will think less of you if you decide to have a small piece. And you can say,"no thank you".

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1/17/12 1:41 P

Hold yourself accountable and track all the pie you're eating. Remember that no one can sabotage you unless you let them. It is fully within your capacity to resist the pie or to eat a reasonable serving and that's it. You have the choice and the power in this situation.

1/17/12 1:33 P

My boyfriend brought home a Lemon Meringue Pie what was he thinking I've been to the icebox 3x HELP!!! emoticon

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