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Wednesday, January 02, 2013

OK, well Christmas did not go very well. I ate about every delicious thing I laid my eyes on. Oh well, back on the wagon today.

For lunch, I had a veggie burger. I just want to say that I was not really looking forward to eating it. It didn't look all that good, and I'm sure if I had wandered around the cafeteria a little more, I would have found a lot of other options that looked much better (but were much, much worse for me). I just grabbed it though.

I have to say though, that now, after eating it, I feel good about my decision. It was very filling. And light, not greasy. How would I have felt if I had grabbed a bacon cheeseburger instead? I'm sure I would have enjoyed eating that a lot more, but after?

I must remember to think about the whole picture. How food makes me feel doesn't end when it crosses my lips. I feel the effects of food for hours (days?) after I'm done eating it. If I focus more on making that food the kind of fuel I WANT in my body, I'm going to be much happier and much more successful. Just needed to jot this down so I don't forget.
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  • AMBERT27
    I have similar issues and as tedious as it is, it has really helped me to track my food, ALL of my food. When I know I am tracking every bite, I definitely feel less inclined in the heat of the moment to eat something I know I'm not supposed to or if I know it will be a total pain to find the nutrition info to track. Just a thought! Keep up the good work!!

    1382 days ago
    Yes! I also struggled with food this holiday season, and I felt crappy almost the entire month of December because of it. Always had a stomach ache, bowels were always messed up. Not worth it. I've been drinking my water and eating actual food again for only a few days now, and I instantly feel better.

    1391 days ago
    I agree, food and our choices aren't in the moment because our brain can beat itself up for hours.

    good luck and thanks for posting!
    1391 days ago
    Excellent thought! Thanks for sharing.
    1391 days ago
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