I have been always been a really picky eater, and this has led to problems with finding healthy food habits....
Posted by An_261062
I have been always been a really picky eater, and this has led to problems with finding healthy food habits. Im not a fan of most fruits and vegetables, and im also in a hurry alot. These have become a major barrier for me to losing weight. Anyone have and simple or quick ideas for healthy foods and snacks?View Thread
Diet Sodas have salt in them and the sweetener is to hide the salt. The salt makes you retain water and the sweet makes you want more sweets, as well as want more salty foods. I was drinking 48 diet sodas a week and have cut down to one can a month. Drink water. if your town doesn't have good tasting water get a water purifier.View Thread
When things get extremly busy and weight loss must occur try writting everything down. I started that a long...
Posted by An_259736
When things get extremly busy and weight loss must occur try writting everything down. I started that a long time ago and got away from it. Well I have restarted writting in the log. Today for lunch I had one unhealthy snack a toquito and a healthy snack a ceasar chicken salad. By knowing your intake of both healthy and unhealthy snacking you will know exactly what to do to burn off the unhealthy calories. For me thats a weeks worth of (50)crunches and pushups> when I wake up.View Thread
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