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Fitness Minutes: (24,875) Posts: 586 6/9/09 10:28 A
I count my calories and use the nutrition tracker. I try hard to stay within the range. I'd like to stay closer to the bottom of the range but often I just make it under the top. That's because I do a lot of physical activity like walking and working out at the gym. I try to eat mostly clean foods. I banished junk foods from my life some time ago.
'Life isn't about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain.
I'm trying to eat 1500 calories a day. I eat mostly clean foods. However, even though I eat a snack between meals, i am still hungry. I am finding that the key for me is to keep tracking my calories.
current weight: 137.0
Posts: 122 4/2/09 2:24 P
Definitely! I try to stay under 1400 calories right now. If you are hungry a lot, are you eating enough for the workouts that you are doing? If so, re-evaluate the types of foods you are eating and how soon before or after a workout?
What is your typical daily menu and your activity level?
~If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.~
current weight: 120.8
Posts: 114 2/26/09 11:30 P
Do any of you count calories even while eating clean? What are you calorie ranges? I am eating MOSTLY clean and I find that I am hungry a lot- I am eating about 1800 calories a day.
current weight: 159.0
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