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ANOTHER SNACK..

Monday, March 18, 2013

THE OTHER HALF OF THE BANANA FROM BREAKFAST AND HOT TEA.

**I know this is all boring, but I thought I would give it a try and if I did this every time maybe it would help me be more mindful of my eating, instead of waiting until the next day to do the whole day.

I'M AT 985 CALORIES! NOT MUCH LEFT FOR THE REST OF THE DAY!
THE RAISINS AND ALMONDS REALLY TIPPED THE SCALE!
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  • 1EMMA2011
    Excellent!!

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    1291 days ago
  • POETLKNG2LOSE
    Good idea or you can alwayo with mark it in the food tracker after each meal too. That way you know where you stand ahead of time. Go with a stirfry or a salad with protein inand you will be fine.
    1291 days ago
  • AWESOMECHELZ
    Food tracking is the hardest thing for me to do too. I am okay tracking the exercise so I admire your creativity. The best to you! Love, Chelsea emoticon
    1291 days ago
  • KRISTINGETSFIT
    Figuring out the little trick that help keep you on track is super important, way to go! Lots of vegis and a lean protein for dinner and you'll be good to go. Something I'm totally into at the moment is spaghetti squash. I can fix it up like pasta and top with more vegis. Helps with my carb cravings, gets me full and tastes yummy! Way to keep rockin' it!!
    1291 days ago
  • DEBBY4576
    Have a good dinner of stir fry with chicken and you'll be fine!!!
    1291 days ago
  • MARCIEMCGOWAN
    good idea. anything that can help you remember to keep track of what you eat.
    1291 days ago
  • ISAVEDME80
    I should prob do the same thing as you but right now im writing it in a notebook and seeming ok with it if i quit i will def go to this way. its a smart thinking :)
    im sure you will find something delicious for dinner
    1291 days ago
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