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Stumbling

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

It seems like I keep stumbling. I eat way too much. I log in my food at the end of the day. I think i have done OK . Then I look and have gone over agian. I know what it is .. To much fat, I love salad dressing and french fries and mayonaise.

So my plan is no mayonaise I like plain old mustard just as well. The dijon is even better and my husband bought some. Good husband..... Lets see. No more french fries. that is my goal for this week until next Friday. That will be July 3rd. Then back to cookouts again. Oh what shall my plan be for the cook outs. I love hot dogs.
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  • no profile photo CD2274963
    I know what you mean! Sometimes you feel like having eaten almost nothing - and wow! you're over your calories!
    As to hot dogs: There's a Spark article that says they are ok. Better even than Pretzels. So no need to worry emoticon
    4339 days ago
  • NCSHARI
    It's so hard making these changes, isn't it? For the cookout - make sure you drink LOTS of water and eat veggies and fruits first - that way you'll already feel a little full when you're offered the other things. Good luck with your changes - let us know how it goes!
    4340 days ago
  • DREAMYJ
    Sounds like a good plan! I have trouble keeping my fats in the right range too. Most all my fats are the good kind, such as olive oil and flax seed, but I guess that doesn't count. Why not try steaming a potato and having it with salsa and fat free sour cream instead of the french fries? I love to eat potatoes that way. And steaming them is so much quicker than baking. Only takes about 10 minutes in the steamer. Good look with the no fry or mayo goal for the week!
    4340 days ago
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