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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

I went over my FAT goal. Yikes. I never did that before. although I am trying the new PALEO diet whch doesn't counf fat or protein as a bad thing. They say CARBs are what makes you fat. So in that case. I'm still under in carbs, over in fat and finally met a goal(protein) is where is shouldbe. I've always be low in protein... always afraid of meat. but trying to add it in. It only adds more fat. Its' very confusing. My scale went down today, so may be that is a good thing? Just scared to add fat/protein... seems like they go hand in hand. Maybe if I ate that way along time ago and not always fearing fat, (meat) , I wouldn't be where I am today. who knows. My latest is eat meat, eat vegetables, and healthy fats--coconut oil and olive oil.
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  • v LAYNIE428
    I had gestational diabetes while I was pregnant, so I was on a regimented carb diet... which inevitably meant I was over on my fat "goal" every day! I lost weight every single week (while pregnant!) that I followed that diet. I really should just go back to doing that, but I got used to eating carbs again... I do think they are the problem (for me anyway!)
    1418 days ago
  • v BET212
    I'm also cutting down on processed carbs and gluten while increasing my protein. It seems to be working. Probably every once in a while having higher, but healthy fats is not a problem so I wouldn't worry about going over if it's not often. Glad it's working for you! emoticon
    1434 days ago
  • v CONNIER64
    That is my problem I'm afraid to eat all that fat so then I don't stick to the diet long enough to loose any weight.
    1443 days ago
  • v PAT262
    Hope you get it all worked out ... glad you're seeing the scale go down.
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    1443 days ago
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