Focus On What You Can Eat, Not What You Can'T Eat.
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I start each day with a number of fresh fruits and vegetables I'm supposed to eat before I leave work at the end of the day. Then I'm paying attention to something positive--what I can eat--instead of what I can't. And, if I'm a good girl and eat what I bring to work, I'm full!
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If you find yourself consuming too many calories in the evening by snacking, don't try to just stop snacking completely. Form a game plan. Think of something sensible that is also a treat and save it to eat before bedtime. Soon you will find that you have broken that cycle of snacking!
You can't resolve eating issues by not eating. You just need to learn to eat smart!
After I lost the first 40 lbs, I realized that excerise can be fun, that motivation comes from within and with out, and that there r many ways to make a salad. Summers coming and the salads will come from my own garden. Hey, think of the K's that r used to work a garden. Thanks 4 all the support,
I can't do it without SPARKly people who keep me focused and accountable.104
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