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* BAKED EGG ROLLS *

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

I made some really delicious baked egg rolls for dinner tonight and also some baked crab ragoons and terriaki chicken skewers !! what a great meal !! I can't wait to have a cold egg roll for breakfast in the morning.

I worked out on Monday & Tuesday, took today off and will be going back for the next 4 days in a row if possible. I want to get in as many workouts before the first big weigh in on Sunday.

For no reason that i can think of, i had a little binge last night that was about 600 calories. The one good thing was that I binged on food that was not that bad. 2 servings of unsalted pretzles with some salsa, 2 squares of dark chocolate, and some frozen fish sticks that i made a half of a sandwich with. No worries, back on track today and moving forward.

One positive thing is that being 360 pounds, a normal day of calories used by my body is so high that even a bad day does not bring me into a positive calorie status for the day. On a day when over eat i still stay below my body's range. Hope that makes sense to all of you.

my prediction for my weigh in is 13 pounds, we will soon see :)

Stay strong and make good choices !!! If you fall down, get back up as quickly as you can and move forward !!

Tony
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  • GREENMAN71
    The mini-binges can sneak up on you. Glad you are framing it in an appropriate way - it is easy to jump into the shame cycle which is not nearly as productive as the exer-cycle! :) Sounds like you are doing great!
    2302 days ago
  • SNUGLBUNIE
    If you do not reach that 13 lbs., do not get discouraged as you have been doing great this month Tony and you are making new healthy habits. Can't wait to hear/read your blog on Sunday :) Have a great day!
    2304 days ago
  • KAMSINAH1967
    Way to go! Keep it up! You are doing great!
    2304 days ago
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