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4/2/14 1:24 P

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I have days when I stay in my calories and I am content, then I have days when I just cant eat enough and go over I find those days are because I didn't plan and bring enough foods to get through the day. I have to tell my self no binging after dinner, I find I eat at night because I think I am hungry but if I stop and really think about it or have a cup of tea I am fine. Work in progress

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3/31/14 12:39 P

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I am still working on being a Vegan I just bought the cookbook "the Oh She Glows" Excellent recipes and so far easy to make. For me I have to remember I have to plan I just cant crab junk. work in progress

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3/30/14 12:28 A

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When I first turned vegan I actually gained quite a bit of weight. This happened to a friend, too. For me, I was trying so many processed substitutes instead of just eating more plant food, and I think for my friend, let's face it, vegan deserts are so common and usually better than those with dairy and eggs.

When I was a vegetarian as a teenage in the rural Midwest and my options were often slim (I am specifically thinking of going to camp once and the director sitting me down thinking I had an eating disorder from avoiding all the animal products), yeah, it was hard to eat enough then.

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3/29/14 4:30 A

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With all the wonderful vegan food to try and enjoy that is so much more interesting I find it much easier to maintain my calories and therefore my weight which in turn maintains my health which is a double whammy don't you think ?

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3/28/14 9:26 P

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I'm doing great myself and my appetite is well diminished because of the wonderful and healthy meals I'm eating.

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3/28/14 9:19 P

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Has anyone else noticed that sticking to your ranges is a heck of a lot easier when you're vegetarian/vegan? I'm finding it harder to go all out and binge eat, not because the food isn't tasty, but because I'm eating so much to hit my calorie goals! I also seem to be getting way more key nutrients than when I was tracking as an omni. Anyone else noticed this?

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