Saturday, July 09, 2011
I just started reading a book from a lady called Bethenny Frankel, i think.
so i started checking out other books she wrote; here is a review from amazon:
buy a food scale on Amazon and get a spiral notebook and pen to keep by the fridge/pantry. Measure your food and keep track of your calories as you serve them to yourself. If you are a woman, eat between 1200-1500 calories per day and exercise a few days a week. You can lose all the weight you want, eat what you want-just smaller portions, and you will have a healthy blood sugar level. Try to eat something small every 3-4 hours and stop eating 3 hours before bed. It worked for me years ago and still works today for maintenance.
I copied and pasted that and sent it to myself in an email
just thought it sounds like good solid basic advice
sometimes i look for "it" - the one magical thing that will get me on the road to being thin (quick and easy); done and no more struggle
but it isnt there
but i was thinking, this website provides a way for me to record my calories consumed, the food i eat, and maybe i should just go back and try it again
i have just been disgusted with my belly
it feels so fat to me
is that carbs?
or just overeating ?
i am going to try to just use the spark page a little bit
so i wont have the excuse that i dont have enough time to do it
ps, one other thing i tried this week is zumba,
i did not like the class but would like to try it again
was looking at the dvds on amazon , but very pricey
anyone doing zumba?