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Posts: 16 8/29/10 11:38 P
Thanks so much guys!
Pounds lost: 6.0
Posts: 7,254 8/18/10 2:07 P
Do you work a set schedule? If so you can try gearing your eating around your breaks... if not then you can try and set your own schedule. I find that when I am at work it is easier for me to be healthy and eat 'regularly' than when I am at home.
My suggestion would be to try doing a slow integration - 1rst week add a vegetable (or fruit) to your daily diet. Next week add another and so on, until you are eating 2 veggies w/ each lunch & dinner & 2 pieces of fruit a day - I do eat my fruit as my snacks, I have one between lunch & dinner & one between dinner & bedtime. Make it manageable for yourself. That would be my suggestion, hope it was useful!
current weight: 190.8
Fitness Minutes: (27,444) Posts: 4,282 8/17/10 9:07 P
If you go to SparkPeople nutrition tracker, look at the meal plans that they have. Even if you don't follow it it can give you ideas on meals and snacks for the day.
Lots of luck!
**~Nancy~** Northern N.J. (EST)
"Where there's a will, there's a way"
"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall"
current weight: 141.4
Posts: 16 8/17/10 8:38 P
Besides motivation, diet would be my biggest problem. I don't eat 3 square meals a day at all. Today I had some pasta for supper and a snack. I'm terrible for not eating breakfast either. How can I change this? Any tips would be helpful!
Pounds lost: 6.0
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