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Wednesday & Friday!

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Hello my fellow Sparklers! Wednesday was a no go, there was a misunderstanding between the PT & my mom, just his tone alone would make any human angry. Besides, she wasn't feeling all that well anyhow.
Friday, on the other hand, me and my mom worked out to our hearts delight! My mom lost track of time & me, I timed every workout perfectly, forever watching my breathing, due to my asthma, which has been acting up a lot lately because of the weather I assume, & strategically pacing myself. I like working out, although I like to exercise in a group of 1. Did I forget to mention that my thighs are achy and things. My weight seems to keep going up, I think it's my eating habits. I mean how much fruit and veggies am I suppose to eat? emoticon emoticon
I know that it takes more than just eating both fruits & veggies, I have to watch my calorie intake each day, make sure that I'm not eating too many carbs...put it this way, I know what to eat, but transferring it to an actual daily practice is HARD!
My problem is that I crave sugary & salty foods, all day long! In the evening is when it gets to be the worst! Somebody help me pls! Tell me, how do I train my taste buds to make healthier food choices?
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DAISY443 10/21/2012 9:14AM

    Practice! It helps me to keep a bag of carrot sticks, radishes and celery sticks ready to eat in fridge. I can grab that and munch away when a snack attack occurs! Good job on the exercise!

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ANNAFRECKER 10/20/2012 8:41PM

  time. consistency. changing your mindset. Sorry, I wish there was a better answer. When I had my gall stones, my doctor told me it was because of a bad fatty diet and that I needed to stay away from bad fat. That totally changed me and for a good 4 months, I stopped craving all bad fats (fries, chips, butter, you name it) because I remembered the pain. Then I forgot the pain but hey, I was a teenager and we remember consequences like a mom remembers her childrens names when they are in trouble (I even mix my kids up with my dog!). Keep going, it will get easier!

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