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IS IT CHEATING IF

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

I move some of my calories(the bad ones) over to the next day and use them in tomorrow's calorie count? I do this to stay under my calories count for the day on occasions. I end up eating less the next day to compensate for calories already posted. Make sense? And is it CHEATING or am I playing trick on myself.
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GOODGETNBETR 10/7/2013 4:56PM

    I don't think you're alone in this kind of accounting ;) Best to try and limit your cals to 24 hours and then begin again, whenever that 24 hour clock restarts. BTW, emoticon with the progress!

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SUE5007 9/11/2013 5:06PM

    Honestly, I think you should be honest with yourself. Eat less the next day to make up for it. Don't feel guilty about it!
Why not go for a weekly goal (like the Fitness Tracker) and if at the end of the week you are in your calorie range, then great job! Life is not easy, it's up and down and you need to be able to go with the flow. If you have a high day, and can make the next day on the low side then you are learning to compensate and go with the flow of life and still maintain a balance! I think that is great. But I would still be honest with myself on my high calorie days...but that is just me. The only person you are "cheating" is yourself.

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JAMBABY0 9/11/2013 4:51PM

    See how it works on the scale if it works go with it! Cute puppy

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