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New Blog, New Outlook on Eating

Monday, June 10, 2013

Recently I have not seen any weight change at all and realize that I need to do something about my eating. Over indulging may put me further away from my goal if I do not get it under control now. Muscle weighs more than fat and regardless of what the scale says, I want to burn fat. My regular McDonald's habit has to change and even though I work at a cookie factory, it doesn't mean I have to partake of the bounty.

My wife helped me log my food today and I was really surprised to see just how much I went over on my calories and not healthy ones either. I waited until the logging was over to mention the half dozen cookies I ate. I'm done with that and will practice moderation and control.
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MNABOY 6/14/2013 1:36PM

    When I started tracking I learned a lot! My favorite dishes when I ate out were not good choices and when I changed to healthier choices I found satisfaction and victory. emoticon emoticon

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SUNPANTHER 6/12/2013 7:01AM

    Well done on facing it. I got a shock when I logged all my grazing. It certainly adds up!

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DAUGHTEROFTWIN 6/11/2013 2:02PM

    Tracking calories in and burned is the key to my Spark success so far. Eventually, it becomes a bit more intuitive. And you are correct. Moderation is the name of the game. Deprivation just makes you hungry and rebellious.

Congratulations on taking your game to the next level!

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EMMACORY 6/10/2013 10:22PM

    emoticon Once you get a sense of those calories you can put together some breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas that will leave you satisfied. When I first started tracking I learned that I needed more protein. So even when I do not track, I am paying attention to the amount of protein I am getting so as to stay on track. Am ready to do the summer challenge with you! emoticon

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SUNSHINE99999 6/10/2013 9:35PM

  Yes, I was shocked how fast those "little" calories added up. Good luck with finding the right mix for you. emoticon

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SARAHEGILROY 6/10/2013 9:26PM

    It's amazing those first few weeks. You learn so much about how you eat. I have actually adopted a game. I try to see how much I can eat for as little calories.

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