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Well hells bells

Sunday, January 27, 2013

I'm at 770 calories already. That's the highest I've been all week. Ok, I know, it's probably good that I'm upping my calories, and lets be honest, 770 isn't anything to write home about and I think I'm done eating for the day. But I can't help feeling like I pigged out. I'm scared of seeing a gain on the scale.

Why am I such a mess? It's either I'm binging or I'm starving. Ok, positives. I met my protein requirement, took my vitamin. Haven't worked out yet but I'm about to drink coffee and do a dvd.

Sunday bla's.
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    Yes, you really must eat more. When you do ever start eating more you will put the weight you lose right back on. I know, I am a pot calling a kettle black because sometimes I want to do the exact thing you are. Especially because my scale has decided to stop moving for the week. Le Sigh.

    It is good that you are being aware of your calories though. And very good that you got your protein, it is so very important. You just do not want to get into eating disorder mode. It is very easy to do.

    Take good care of yourself, you deserve it!
    2273 days ago
  • KIMZEE71
    You have to eat more than that. You're eatting too few calories and your body will go into "starvation mode" and hold on to every calorie you eat like it's your last one. Try your best to focus on moderation (I Know it's hard). I used to eat that many calories when I had an eatting don't want to go there.
    2273 days ago
    770 is no where near enough calories.

    Sometimes when people eat too few calories they can't lose,
    and when they up their calorie intake they start to lose.

    Be careful and stay healthy!
    2273 days ago
    Good for you for looking at the positives! Have a great workout and congratulate yourself on all the great strides you have made!

    2273 days ago
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