Are you tracking everything in the tracker? That's the place to start. Most people will start to make different/better choices when they do that. And, sometimes it really is a matter of setting one small goal at a time. Pick one healthy choice you want to make and work on just that (cooking instead of fast food, not snacking after a certain time at night, not eating a certain food . . . ). Sometimes people find it easier to replace bad habits instead of trying to tell themselves no. For instance replace your worst bad food habit with a good one (swap chips/crackers for cut up raw veggies).
If you truly can't control your eating at all, there are probably some other emotional/psychological issues you need to get to the bottom of - if that's the case, can you get some counseling to explore that?
~ Pam ~~~ Grand Junction, CO
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