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Logging food now

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Hi everyone!!!

I've decided to start logging my food to see where my calories are coming from. I have been working out nearly every day for a month and I have not lost any weight at all. I think I might be eating to maintain instead of eating to lose weight. I'm also not sure I'm eating enough of the right macro nutrients, although a lot of the professionals in the filed say it's about micro nutrients not macro.

Yesterday was:

1939 cal
64 g fat
280 g carbs
80 g protein

Obviously everything is too high. :( Will try to do better today.
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  • v PETALIA
    Who says too high? Every body is different, activity levels different....with that in mind, I eat about that much fat and protein myself. My calories go that high only rarely. I think that sometimes I need the energy that amount of fuel brings. My carbs are usually quite a bit lower but I find that lower carbs ( what a plant eater can do) and higher protein/fat seem to work for me. Maybe just track what you eat and see what you're doing before thinking stuff like everything is too high. I found that tracking, which I had never done before SP, is informative. After a couple of years at this, I still don't feel aware enough or confident enough to stop.
    1227 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/14/2013 11:22:01 AM
  • v DAMIENHUSTED
    good job
    1227 days ago
  • v GNISULA
    Welcome to the world of calorie counting. It sucks at first, but you get used to it. You'd be surprised how much fat some foods have. Good luck!
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    1227 days ago
  • v JOHNMARTINMILES
    Journaling your food (intake) and exercise (outgo) is crucial to success

    Make today a great day!
    1227 days ago
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