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Death by Doritos, Nacho Cheesier!

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Yesterday, my eating wasn't great, but it wasn't terrible. was another story. I took in over 3,000 calories! That is an all-time high for me. Most of it was in Doritos and a personal size gluten free pizza. Yes, those people that think gluten free will help them lose weight are soooo on the wrong path. My little (yes, it was little) pizza cost me 800 calories after I figured out how to calculate since it was from a mom and pop place.

Anyways...correlation to the food? Worry, stress and lots of change, minus my exercise and lack of water. Not a good equation for me. The day started out good, but the minute my co-worker started talking about my soon-to-be old boss...I wanted food. Had I realized this when it was happening, I don't think I would have made the choices I made. But, I did not realize this until this evening after eating half the bag of Doritos.

Now, I usually do not buy them, but I had to stop at the store on the way home and they were on sale for $1.50. I let my stupid logic rectify the purchase without considering the cost to my hips and thighs.

All I can say is I made some bad choices today. I am learning. Tomorrow is a new day and I want to stay within my calorie/points+ allotment. I also need to go to the gym too to get some of this stress off of me.

I need to stop with the processed foods, as that is what was key for me about a month ago when I started losing. My body doesn't like it, I feel more sluggish when I eat them and I am never full. It does me no good. I am almost done unpacking and I know that will help me tremendously! No more death by Doritos! My buns can't take it anymore! =)
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    doritos got me from the 160's to about 220 lbs. one bag is a daily ration of calories.
    1761 days ago
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