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No chicken quesadillas for me :(

Thursday, January 09, 2014

My husband and I are going out to dinner tonight, at this place called The Whistle Stop. The only things I ever eat there are the potato skins, loaded with sour cream, and the chicken quesadilla, also loaded with sour cream. Sometimes I would eat both! They are so good, but so bad!

I have no idea how many calories are in the quesadilla, but it has to be quite a lot. It's a flour tortilla with only chicken and cheese. Each piece probably has at least a 1/4 cup of cheese, and a little bit of chicken. Then there is the sour cream I load on. Maybe if I only eat one piece and save the rest? And get a small salad or veggies?

Those quesadillas are pretty much my favorite food ever. I will not give them up. I will just eat less.
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  • READY4CHANGE81
    I completely agree with teachfirst... you have to allow yourself for those little indulgences once in a while. Otherwise, eventually you'll binge. ...at least I do. It is OKAY to have those things in moderation. As long as you are 'on track' more than you are off...the little successes will add up! :)
    2428 days ago
  • TEACHFIRST268
    Do you go out for dinner frequently? If this is something you just LOVE, and really enjoy it - then don't deprive yourself of it! Just make sure the rest of the week you stay on track. I think that's one of the hardest things, finding ways to enjoy what we love to eat (even when we know it's less than healthy) and including them into a lifestyle.
    Don't feel guilty, don't feel badly - allow it! It really is okay - but finding that balance, knowing that indulging too frequently will be counterproductive to your efforts, is what is tricky.
    So...what did you decide to do? How'd you make out?
    2442 days ago
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