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Pizza for dinner

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Yeah my husband went out and got pizza at Papa Murphy's this evening. And no it wasn't the delight pizza. But I knew we would be having pizza this evening so I kept my calorie intake low today. And had salad with my pizza. I was proud of myself, I had only one slice of pizza. Then I looked up the nutrition info and discovered my one slice, though I thought it was small, was still almost two servings. But I still stayed within my calorie and fat range. Even though I lacked some fiber and my sodium intake was a tad high today. I'm still proud of myself. And tomorrow I will be right back on track. emoticon
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  • HEALTHY_BEACH
    Knowing the pizza slice was considered double serving is a bummer! have to say you did fantastic. I love pizza and garlic. I don't know if I would have stopped at one. You are making great steps toward the right direction! Don't give up when feeling discouraged by our loved ones. Remember we are comfortable with the familiar and old habits emoticon . He will adjust in his own time. Keep him in your Prayers!!!!
    Happy Valentines Day
    1394 days ago
  • DEEEBEE
    It takes a LOT of self-discipline to stop at only one piece, but you succeeded and stayed within your calorie and fat range..AND it's Valentine's Day! You did much better than I did. Congratulations to you!

    DeAnne
    Missourians Team
    1395 days ago
  • LESLIE2561
    Good for you! Pizza use to be one of my trigger foods, I could eat half of one without a problem, but since I have gone gluten free I can only dream about really good pizza. emoticon
    1395 days ago
  • SHARIKAYE
    Great job! Pizza is my weakness! I know I wouldn't have been able to stop at one slice. Kudos to you! And way to plan ahead!
    1395 days ago
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