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Day 15 - oh no, what do I do?

Monday, February 04, 2013

Fueled by my week of 1 lb weightloss, I set out today to cook and plan and prepare for the entire week. Only, I waited too long and in my rush, was nibbling and tasting before I realized what I was doing. After I ate the dinner that we planned to eat, I felt horrible with all the bites and pieces I'd had. While it didn't seem like much at the time, it must have been and now I don't know how to even track that. Suggestions? I put in what I remember but I don't really know that one penne noodle here and 3 pieces of broccoli there...I mean, I know they add up but I don't really know HOW to put them in.

Sadly, I show way under my calorie intake but don't think I should eat anymore if I haven't tracked properly.

Thoughts anyone?
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    Testing under your range could be why you aren't losing weight....make sure you are eating enough, just guesstimate the best you can for stiff like that...
    1892 days ago
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    thank you. That's what I did more or less...just tried to capture a minimum amount of the various things. I counted full servings of some, just in case but still I'm way beneath my caloric intake. thank you for taking the time to respond.
    1905 days ago
    You enter them in just off of estimates. But like SPSPSP1 says, right now, consciousness should be your biggest goal. Do NOT beat yourself up over this. It is OK! If you are worried about "eating too much" from those nibbles, maybe add 10 mins to your cardio tomorrow. But don't start thinking you are "bad" because of it. You are learning, and slipping up is okay.
    1905 days ago
    For today add 1 tbspn or .25 of whatever nibbles you had. For now it's really more about being conscious of what you're eating rather than the amount.
    1905 days ago
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