More restaurants have been letting me order from the kid's menu. They will even let me select a nutritious side.
Try it. Maybe more will do that if guests ask.
This is more of a question. What do you do if you are losing more than you goal. My doctor gave me an estimate of what I should weigh. My goal is the middle weight. I'm about 5 pounds below that. I eat right and exercise regularly.
Try using a smaller plate when eating or filling another plate with smaller portions. Sometimes when we eat out or at someone's home, we have the dinner plate. Be careful!
This morning on SP, I checked a chart on the web charting the appropriate weight for my size. I'm below that, and I keep losing. Today, I ate more, but still didn't get to the middle of my range. I've cut my fitness some, but don't want to give it up. What is the answer?
At this point, I am several pounds below my maintenance goal. I keep losing weight. Because of some surgery, I had to cut back on fitness. I thought that might solve the problem. I'm eating, and some of the food that I had been leaving out. To be healthy, I want to continue some fitness.
Many people have asked how I lost weight and what program I am using. Now I have something to give them. I have printed the business cards to put in my wallet to give to friends.
I would do my intense DVDs first, then I was too tired to do my needed floor ab exercises. Now I do the floor exercises with dumbbells/ankle weights first; drink water and then do a DVD or treadmill.
You really have to eat what is good for you. If you eat something unhealthy; it backfires and we gain weight.
I am down to a smaller size, and remain on maintenance. This is a strong motivation to keep me on track with fitness and eating healthy.