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Trying My Best

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

So far so good on trying to eat better. I'm still adding things that I like and enjoy while incorporating healthy foods. Some things might not be the healthiest like tonight's dinner (steamed cauliflower, pasta roni angel hair pasta and herb, and a chicken patty on hamburger bun with sautéed onions, tomatoes, half a slice of cheese, mustard, ketchup, and a small amount of mayonnaise) but I tried to make it healthier by adding the cauliflower and the pasta roni will be made with 2% milk and olive oil to cut down on the fat content. I've been doing good logging in my calories the best I can. I try to sit down in the morning and input breakfast, lunch, and dinner so I know if I have any extra calories for something to snack on like some trail mix. I'm happy with my progress although it may be slow but it's better than all of a sudden losing 50 pounds in 2 months like on the Biggest Loser.... still not a fan of that show. To me slow and steady should be much better and healthier than losing so much weight really fast.

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TAWANDA_IS_BACK 2/6/2013 11:19PM

    I'm a emoticon at emoticon ....slow & steady it will be. It is a new thought process for me, but I am learning that it will be the best end result.

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MARIANNE9855 2/6/2013 5:35PM

    I agree- slow and steady and eating realistically so you can keep it up long term is much better and more likely to succeed. emoticon

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OLIVIANIGHT 2/6/2013 2:04PM

    I agree. A couple of pounds a week is much more realistic, and probably healthier!

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LATTELEE 2/6/2013 12:57PM

  Good luck

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