I completely understand. I some times struggle with getting the "best bang for my buck" nutrition wise. I found that adding extra nutrients to track on my Nutrition tracker to be very helpful. I also keep track of Fiber, Sodium, Calcium, and Iron. They will show up as additions to your weekly progress table. It is definitely a learning process, but So and to the team!
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Karen, I get it. Lowering your calories is just one step toward "eating right", but give yourself credit for that. I still work on balance, making sure I'm eating more vegetables, lowering my intake of sugar and sodium. It's little changes that add up!
Doing my best...one day at a time.
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I joined about a week ago, and I am finally getting around to sending my first message. A group of us at work decided to finally get it together and get healthy. We started about 4 weeks ago. We have been exercising, and watching our calories. I have been real good about the exercise and lowering my calories, but I still struggle with eating right (if that makes sense). My goal is to lose 30 pounds overall. I haven't put a time limit on that, and I am okay with the fact that it isn't going to happen overnight.
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