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2/28/09 6:47 P

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great ideas, thanks for sharing!

Barb

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2/28/09 3:24 P

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So far, eating breakfast is keeping me on track. I was never a breakfast eater. Now I know, if I eat breakfast, my day is pretty much set and I won't over-do it at other meals. I'm learning to like oatmeal and other breakfast foods and believe me, they stay with me during the day.. lol Anything to help me stay on track!
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2/1/09 10:04 P

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I plan out my day before (or while) I am eating breakfast. Then I know exactly what and how much food I am going to eat during the day and just do snacks when I need to using that food. Seems to help for me.

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2/1/09 4:19 P

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If I see that I don't have enough calories left in the day to eat what I had intended (because I have gone overboard), I stirfry a medlee of vegetables and eat away.

What do you do?

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