No more gluttonous life!

Saturday, October 05, 2013

Since I've been staying on point with my workout my eating has been much better. Though when I log in my daily meals it still under the calories I'm suppose to eat (1200-1500). I get real confused as when I am finish my meals for the day my log book says i haven't eat enough, the calories I've burned working out need to be made up or I'm going into starvation mode. Huh? I'm trying to pay attention on not be stuffed. If I eat more I will feel like I'm binging. I just know I am eating healthier. I know juicing confuses the situation as its less calories, no fiber but more fruits and veggies. My portions are right on point. Believe me I used to fill up a plate and go back for seconds. Now Im eating the serving sizes which sustain me. That's what I want. To eat to JUST sustain myself. I overindulged in the form of eating enough for 5 people. I don't want to support their habit anymore lol. As I get older my need for things has diminished. With that I want my meals to just be able to keep me healthy. The core of all of this is being active. Working out and finding the kid in me to just enjoy myself. Ok enough rambling. Enjoy your day everyone! Peace and Blessings!
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    You're doing good, congrats! Maybe you need to increase your calories to compensate for your workouts. It's funny too me how before I monitored calorie intake I had no problem get well...more than enough in. Now that I'm monitoring my calories and eating different foods I'm fighting to get them in. Just goes to show me/us that eating healthier keeps us full longer and does not cost us as much in calories. So we eat less and want less. Keep doing what works for you, as long as you're feeling well too.
    1622 days ago
    I'm with you!
    1624 days ago
  • GENRE009
    Like your cyber name! I realized that I had a necklace with that on it! Gosh your pics on your spark page make you look like you got your body back to being gorgeous again! Wow, judos for you! I have been struggling with the same 20 pounds, for about 3 years now, but I am 40 over. I do ok, until I have major stress then everything goes out the window. Intellectually I am a giant, but emotionally not so much. I had a car accident where now after 15 years of going in and out of many different illnesses, I am back to normal. I have always had to be my own support system, and I think that's where my strengths and weaknesses are. It's like realizing that you can be your own worst enemy. Great work. Take care. eva.
    1625 days ago
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