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LADY-JAY's Photo LADY-JAY Posts: 17
4/16/13 11:22 A

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I find if I don't track what I eat, with a couple of weeks I am back to overeating and gaining weight. I think I will just have to monitor my daily eating as part of my lifestyle to get to and maintain a healthy weight. Which is betting than by-pass surgery. IMO

It's not what you do once in a while; it's what you do day in and day out that makes the difference.


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4/14/13 12:39 P

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Hi Sparks,

I am always amazed at the level of support you can get here on the SparkPeople site. The food tracker is a nice way to visualize what you eat day to day. Sometimes what we remember is completely different than what we actually eat. Food trackers can help you maintain your goals. Have you kept a food log, what do you think?

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