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COXBETH SparkPoints: (6,936)
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1/4/13 3:34 P

Track all the things! :)

I track everything so that I have a record. Then, if somethings not working on the scale or in terms of my energy levels, I can go back and figure out a new solution.

JENMC14 Posts: 2,709
1/4/13 3:13 P

Track them, especially if you eat a lot, and consistently eat close to the top of your range. 50 extra calories of veggies 2-3 times a day can start to add up.

KELLMICHELLE Posts: 24
1/4/13 2:18 P

yes ... you should track everything. I even track when i drink tea even though it has NO calories. Even though it would be more difficult... you can still eat too many calories even if you are only eating veggies!

REGAN36 SparkPoints: (2,293)
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1/4/13 1:54 P

thanks good point never thought of that :)

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
1/4/13 1:52 P

I track EVERYTHING I put in my mouth. The veggies may not be high in calories but they have other nutrients that you should be tracking.

REGAN36 SparkPoints: (2,293)
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1/4/13 1:24 P

I am measuring and counting everything but my veggies should I be counting them as well? I do count the starch veggies like potato, corn, peas etc. I just don't want to sabotage myself from go. Thank you emoticon

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