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Dont Know what to Eat. Hungry

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

So, I decided to try intermittent fasting. I was advised to do it from a good friend that has lost over 30 lbs. I was skeptical at first, but then I decided to try it for a couple of days, and I was really surprised. I was surprised because I was able to stick to the diet. I'm normally very ...umm...lenient with myself when it comes to diets or whatever. I was able to stick to this one though. I Dont know. I love the structure of it. I appreciate having an eating window and eating within my calorie range. It gives me the opportunity to eat my calories up and then not worry about what to prepare/what to eat later.

I also recently made my way back to the gym. I had a neck injury (pulled a muscle) so I havent worked out in a like 3 days. Womp. I'm okay with that though. I'm missed burning calories and getting back to the gym.

I should start adding pictures of myself to show some kind of progress, but I dont know. Im not sure how comfortable I am with showing my body on line yet.

We'll see.

Thanks for reading.


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  • EWL978
    We all have our favorite ways to diet.... I am NOT dieting!! I have made a conscious effort to change my style of eating and now, I'm perfectly happy to eat the way I am now for the rest of my life!! This is opposed to dieting and then, suddenly when you've come to the weight you want, you change back to your "old" and "normal" foods and what happens? The weight comes sneaking back on you.

    Good luck with your way...hope it works for you.

    Keep on keeping on and let me know how you're doing?
    1651 days ago
    I love it too !!!

    I am a nite owl so my 'window' is much later than other's and have never been a breakfast lover anyhow, so 1pm-9pm works just fine for me.

    Best wishes on your journey !!!

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    1651 days ago
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