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Seriously though....

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Today is day one of following the menu plans with Spark People. I have attempted many, many, many times to lose weight. I've Paleo'd, Keto'd , Weight Watched, Jenny Craig'd, Slim for Life'd, Belly Fat Cured, Nurtisystem'd , Spark'd and considered weight loss surgery. I'm good for at least 3 weeks, sometimes 3 months...but I always revert back to my poor eating habits.
I want to be healthy, I really do. I've got as many excuses as to why I fail as diet attempts themselves. So what do I change this time to really make it stick? How do I change my thinking or my "relationship" with food...because trust me, if I could break up with food, I totally would!
So I'm prepped up for week one - I will fondly refer to this week as "hell week". I feel like I 'm starving. The food looks and tastes delicious, I don't feel deprived, but I certainly feel hungry! I'm drinking water to try and feel fuller and am supplementing with coffee because I heard that caffeine is an appetite suppressant. I'm. Still. Hungry.
Goals for week 1 - Start to dissect my "relationship" with food, Drink more water, Exercise at least 10 minutes daily, Limit caloric intake, Lose 5 pounds.

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    I have found out by logging everything food exercising , etc my mind can't play games with me.
    361 days ago
  • RHOOK20047
    I have found that meal prep and journalling my food intake help keep me on track. Do I slip up, yes I am human. I just start back up with the next meal and go from there. I know what you mean about trying all the other plans, wasting $1000's of dollars for fast solutions that don't work. SparkPeople does if I put my whole effort in, and it doesn't cost a thing.
    361 days ago
    We are here together!!!! One pound at a time, one step forward at a time!!! We got this, together!!!!!
    362 days ago
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