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2200 Calories!

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Sorry, I am still obsessing over my pizza "moments" last night. Just for the heck of it, I added up the calories of what I would have eaten if I had gone for it. I usually eat 4 pieces of pizza, 6 wings, and 24 Oz. of Pepsi divided between 2 meals. 2200 calories! Even divided that is 1100 each day. Somehow that sounds even worse. Since I can't break through the 175-178 lbs barrier, it definitely was a great choice. I will have to have this craving for a longer period of time (like at least a week?) in order to go for it! Instead I'm going to burn some calories by this:

I am sort of doing this today. It seems stupid to waste so much time on a pizza, or anything other food, for that matter. Happy and healthy eating!
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    Laughing is a great calorie burner...it's like jogging for your insides! Way to go not giving into the pizza temptation! emoticon
    1861 days ago
  • JACKIE542
    I like that too, adding up the calories first is a real eye opener.
    I love that quote. and you can laugh today because you won over your craving. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1862 days ago
    Great idea you had - to see the damage pizza COULD have caused!
    Have to admit.... IF I conquered the pizza temptation, it would haunt me until I gave in to the craving, and then I'd probably binge (that's been my MO in the past). My best hope is to have what I crave when I crave it in moderation. It's the moderation part that can be difficult, but if I can manage that - well, then I'm done with it, craving satisfied.
    So, this is our journey... always learning what works for us, doing our best for our own good... and yes, laughing along the way! Thanks for sharing your pizza thoughts - you are not alone.
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    1862 days ago
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