For dinner tonight, I'm low on available calories, etc left in order to stay on track for today. So, I just entered a meal I thought of to check it, to ensure I could eat it and still be on track. If it had not worked out, I could easily have replaced it with other choices.
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When feeling a mindless eating day coming on, I will put in my tracker what my other meals will be for the day ahead of time, right after breakfast. I have made a commitment to eat only those things listed on my tracker. Who wants to spend the time and erase all those entries and see unhealthy food in place of what you've made a commitment to eat for the day
I even put down the exercise I will do for the day in the notes section of my food tracker.
I find that if I go to my nutrition tracker the night before, I can plan my meals around what I am doing that day, and stay focused. It's when I dont plan my meals and find myself running errands hungry, I overeat later, or blow my calories in the drive-thru of the closest fast food joint. 488
I always keep a Fiber One bar in my purse, just in case.
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