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Sabotage!!

Saturday, November 17, 2012

I don't really have anyone trying to sabotage me, in my healthy living. I myself can be my own worst enemy. My plan now is to keep a daily menu, which includes snacks. If I feel like having a piece of choc. or a pastry, I do it in moderation. With the holidays coming, I'm already thinking a head of the days. I have selected some desserts from Sparkpeople and I'm already for my new pumpkin pie. I've already modified my fat intake for the veggies, and knowing it will be hard I'm opting out of the gravy and skin of the turkey. I want this to be a fantastic Thanksgiving.
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  • FIT4MEIN2013
    Though we are going out to eat, I will be making some of my sugar- and fat-free pumpkin custard to eat in the place of pumpkin pie.
    1482 days ago
  • PRAIRIECROCUS
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    1482 days ago
  • DOINITRIGHT2012
    emoticon You are so smart about good life style habits. You deserve a gold star! Keep us posted.
    1482 days ago
  • LYNNIERN
    It sounds like you've got a great plan to have a wonderful Thanksgiving!! emoticon
    1482 days ago
  • STILLHERE1111
    Having a plan is the only way to success. I have started using a digital food scale to control portions, which keeps me accountable.

    I'm (after trying every other diet out there) going the HFLC way, also the Paleo is good, then you wouldn't have to eliminate that turkey skin that you crave.

    HFLC is for people with metabolic syndrome where they have trouble with blood sugar and carbs.

    Wonderful you are planning ahead for the Holidays. Hope they are great for you.
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    1482 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    Sounds like some good ideas and I hope you have much success.
    1482 days ago
  • ADELCASALE
    Nice job! thanks for being a good role model. emoticon
    1482 days ago
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