Good luck StartingOver. We over eat by undesirable eating habits. They tend to accumulate by living our lives. You have to be able to slow these poor habits down. Sparkpeople can help you do that. By noting your calorie intake, you can see where you spend your daily intake of calories. Concentrate on eating what is healthy and what's good for you. It does take time. I didn't get it right til many attempts at it, and haven't perfected it by no means.
232 Maintenance Weeks
Fitness Minutes: (2,090) Posts: 2,795 10/6/12 12:19 P
I think of over-eating as an addiction, that is why it is so hard to stay on the wagon and not fall off! Wellcome to the "I need sleep" team! Eat as close to nature as possible, eliminate fast carbs and prepared foods, grab the steering wheel when you are passing McD's and refuse to turn into the driveway!
current weight: 235.0
Fitness Minutes: (156,591) Posts: 27,476 10/6/12 5:24 A
Hello everyone, I am new on the site. I am learning alot of useful information of a healthy lifestyle . I am 39 and weigh way over 300 lbs. I am highly motivated to get on the right track of losing weight. But to keep that motivation. is hard to do for me. Once I start, I fall flat on my face and I dont want that to happen again. I want to be successful this time around. Any helpful advice/tips on keeping up the motivation is greatly appappreciated.
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