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Learning how to eat..........

Thursday, September 13, 2012

I decided not to workout during lunch today....legs a little sore and i was a bit hungry. So, I opted to get something to eat and rest for a bit. however this sort of posed a problem. I had a strong taste for the ten piece fried chicken wing that i dip in ranch dressing with a cold drink but i knew this meal was not going to help on my weight loss mission.

Now, i decided to eat Subway for lunch. I ordered the 6 inch oven roasted chicken combo. which came with three cookies and a drink. I kept one cookie and traded the other two for a bag of apples (apples didn't sound good b/c i don't really care for them...but hey, time for a change)

The meal was so filling and delicious. I was so shocked. I am not super stuffed. The apples were good and sweet. I almost choked on one of them. Lol...i thought Lord even the healthy food is trying to kill me emoticon

I really feel like i can do this....i know a subway lunch is not the best healthy meal but for me its a great start. I am not a big eater but my eating habits are horrible...My meats are fried, my drinks are full of sugar and my dessert calories could probably replace two full meals. So subway was a nice step for me.

I am definitely going to learn how to eat well......because i surely am not working out FOR NOTHING!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
EATVEGAN 9/14/2012 2:41AM

    With Subway you just have to watch what you put on your sandwich. I get the 12-inch Veggie Delite w/no cheese. It is only 460 calories so it is my full meal. Yummy, too. emoticon

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LADYGSC 9/13/2012 6:56PM

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GETNFITAFTER60 9/13/2012 4:56PM

    Well done on passing up the chicken for subway. Great choice. emoticon emoticon

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