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Eating a lot.....

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

I have really been actively watching what I eat. I guess it helps that I like vegetables. Anyway I have been about -100 calories than my recommendation. I know it's not alot but I'm full. I even slipped in a cookie today just to get the calories (and it was good). I am glad it is working out this way though because my last go round I felt like I was starving. I think it has a lot to do with the oatmeal and chia seeds.
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  • I-AM-TITANIUM
    I just bought Oatmeal yesterday to add with my breakfast and change up my morning meal!
    1108 days ago
  • AKELAZ
    i love vegetables too and that certainly is my saving grace in terms of calorie consumption. Oatmeal and chia sounds good too. Your blog reminds me that I should keep a closer eye on the calories I consume though - I wouldn't know, at the end of any day, whether I'm slightly under or slightly over - which may be a downfall I'm not even aware of. Grateful for the 'nudge' in the right direction.
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  • KTWEB37
    It's OK to eat less than recommended if you're full! The rule SP said in an article is men don't go below 1500 & women don't go below 1200 cal, & don't have a differential more than 1000 cal a day. If you're doing that, no harm no foul! Good luck!
    1839 days ago
  • KDMD98
    They are very filling for sure!
    1839 days ago
  • YAGIRLGIGI
    I'm so with you on the oatmeal and chia! At night I mix 1/2 c oatmeal, 1/2 c unsweetened vanilla coconut milk, 1 tbsp chia, 1 tbsp shredded unsweetened coconut, 1 tbsp sliced almonds it is seriously such a satisfying breakfast!
    1839 days ago
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