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Friday, May 17, 2013

I had written this a while ago, and want to save it:

Another sign of success! Swam and exercised lots this week, and I, today was really hungry for pasta. So, I was ready, willing and able to eat to excess at the local spaghetti restaurant. Started right with the salad and that was gone quickly. Then the spaghetti and the meat balls came and I said, echk, good as it was. I could only eat a portion size. Not their portion, mine. The same with the bread sticks, only one.

I had to laugh, and I wanted to share, that these months of eating correct portion size, I couldn't eat what my head thought I could. Thanks to you Sparks

Welcome 2012
Weight loss in 2011--
183 on 1/11/11
179 on 2/14/11
178 on 2/21/11
174 on 4/14/11
172 on 5/17/11
169 on 6/12/11
168.6 on 6/18/11
167.2 on 6/03/11
166.0 on 8/14/11
165.4 on 9/15/11
163.2 on 10/23/11
162.0 on 12/15/11

My first eighteen years history of food. My dad had an ulcer and could not eat fried foods and that affected how my mom cooked. Things were baked, boiled, fresh. Each meal had several ounces of protein.

How mom fixed the food.

When I left home, I weighed 118 lbs. But I wasn't able to convert the style of cooking that my mom did to my environment.

And the scale slowly went forward a few ounces each month until I got to195.

the first plan that I tried was the doctor's diet pill plan and I went each week faithfully and half way through he told me that he was moving his office to the other side of the state. Quite a nice advancement for him and I was left in the dust. Whatever I needed to say to him for him to help me find another doctor who would help me, didn't happen. It was quite the time for diet pills and I really
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    Great that your Spark experience has modified your eating habit. That is an advantage of tracking your food. emoticon
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