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Super Bowl Anxiety

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Of course many of you know this Sunday will be the Super Bowl. Well, I'm going to attend a Super Bowl party and I know there will probably be no healthy choices for me at this event. I myself have signed up to bring meatballs. I've been eating clean for about two weeks now and have seen the benefits from it. I haven't had any meats with the exception of 1 fish, nor any junk foods. I've been eating really tasty- healthy foods. I'm afraid that seeing the buffet of meats and sweets may be to much for me and I'll give in to my old eating habits. My biggest fear is that I will eat something unhealthy and it would lead to me gorging on unhealthy foods. I'm considering eating before I go, so I wont be as hungry, or bringing my own healthy foods.
This is really causing me to panic a little.
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    I did real good with my eating
    1689 days ago
    Thanks for the Great advice everyone. I'm determine not to through away weeks of success over 3-4 hrs.
    1697 days ago
  • TMA1913
    PLAN ahead and stick to it! Ask for an accountability partner to ensure that you stick to your goal! If you decide to eat at home bring more than enough snacks to carry you through the evening. But it may not be a bad idea to eat there. Just bring your own food. Getting through these small challenges prepares us for even greater challenges on this weight loss journey!

    PLAN for Success!!!
    1697 days ago
    You have this under control. Eat before you go. Bring a gallon of water and enjoy the game. Just be sure to root for the RAVEN's (Just kidding). I am a Raven's fan, but I love SF as well.

    Have a great week!
    1698 days ago
    Think I would do both. Eat at home and bring a healthy snack. Socialize and watch the game ( and especially the commercials) to keep yourself from eating.
    1698 days ago
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