thanks for your comment. I struggled a bit with continued tracking as I liked the idea of intuitive eating. However, I know myself & my history and the data convinced to to keep tracking. It works.
Hi Maree - re your shoulder pain - I've ended up with both shoulders frozen (though not at the same time) - but everything inside gets so swollen and strained that the ligaments and tendons actually freeze and it's horribly painful. Anyway, did a lot of reading about shoulders - we women tend to carry items on one side or the other, and that adds to our shoulder strain, especially since we tend to not build as much muscle there as men.
One trick I found that helps a lot - putting a bra on the normal way, where you reach around the back to hook it, seems to put a lot of strain on the shoulders. (And with a frozen shoulder I couldn't do it anyway.) So I started keeping my bras hooked, and pull them on over my head like a sports bra. Take them off the same way.
Takes away a lot of that over-stretching the shoulders. So I thought I'd mention it, you could see if this helps you.