Thursday, April 30, 2009
Well, ironically I was taking to my boyfriend this morning and I told him that I need to figure out how to eat nutritionally. He asked, well what about the sparkdiet, are you doing that? I responded that I stopped b/c it was time consuming and b/c right now, I can't buy everything on the grocery list to do the exact meal plans. Putting my own meal versions were time consuming. Well, after I told him, I felt bad for saying b/c he said yeah, that why I don't get on sparkpeople, b/c it is time consuming. I mean if anything I read the articles, and I told him that I track my fitness. However when I was using it, and when I got introduced to it, it really helped me.
Before sparkpeople, I didn't know how many calories I should eat. All I knew was to cut back on eating. I didn't know what to cut back other than junk food, and many times, I wasn't eating that and still not losing weight. The nutrition tracker helped me learn about some meal plans I could eat. The only thing is that I tend to eat the same things, and I don't know many recipes to add variety.
So, right now, I am debating on getting back on the sparkdiet and add a diet plan. I never been on a diet before. I am thinking about trying the Biggest Loser plan or use the South Beach diet book I got as a suggestion from my former Army commander. Also, I am in a women's Bible study and I just started to write my meals. My eating habits are whack. I am starving myself one meal and overeating another meal.