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    Thanks for sharing
  • some great suggestions and I will be checking out the links for the different suggestions as well. Thanks
  • Love the skating idea, my fiance and I have done that before and it was so much fun. After a while you get the hang of it.
  • Good - thanks for sharing.
  • I eat six small meals per day and it works well for me. I feel better and am never hungry.
  • 215UNDER
    I've started my sparks back in 2010 at 215 and as of today i am 185. I still want to loose 20-30 more pounds but i'm stuck. I have been out of the truck for 4 months and that's how i managed to loose all that weight, but i'm going back in the truck and worried i won't have the time or energy to work out the 6 days i have been!! any words of encouragement??
  • I usually go grocery shopping when I have a bit of free time, so I will bag things up into "serving sizes" (usually slightly smaller than the stated serving size on the package) immediately when I come home. You can do it with almost anything, takes only a few minutes and saves a considerable amount of money & packaging waste compared to pre-packed "individual serving" items. It's helped save my butt several times -- as a fitness instructor I sometimes need a little extra something to get through consecutive classes, and it ESPECIALLY helps when you're running out the door and can grab one serving instead of the whole package.
  • I have mixed feelings about a lot of snacking. If you eat a healthy breakfast you don't really need a snack before lunch. I may gave a yogurt or something around 4 or so but then nothing after dinner.

    I'm afraid that people who graze all day are underestimating their food intake.
  • The research on the importance of snacking, or small, frequent meals has long been called into question by peer-reviewed scientific studies. Spikes in the metabolic rate are directly proportional to calories burned, so the math says that it doesn't matter whether you have 6 small meals or one large one. In fact, sensitivity to insulin improves the longer you don't eat, and the "starvation mode" myth about holding onto fat if you skip breakfast is just that. Up to 36-hour fasts can be maintained without adverse effect. As for satiety, an increase in protein when fed can fight off feelings of hunger for many hours, provided that a person is hydrated properly. Just thought I'd put this out there, since fitness can be reached many ways, and effective tools should not be ruled out with old fitness myths and half-truths.
  • Thank you for the article, because my mom told me some of the items on this list I couldn't have, I print the article out and will carry it in my food journal.
  • Thank you for this article, it was really helpful.
  • thank you for posting a great article. very informative

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