Someone please tell me how to control my eating habits. I just cant stop. i live with my parents and we all eat at a table and i have to eat whatever my mom cooks. i am a medical student so i really don't have time any time to cook a separate low cal meal for myself. And what the heck i don't even know how to cook. And my house is always stocked with sweets that i cant take my hands off. Although i exercise every morning but i also want to control my eating habits and try to eat within 1500 calories per day because without that exercise isn't showing much results. So any advice?View Thread
Yes i have talked to my mom about this and she says is all i have to do is take lesser portions. which is kind of hard for me. and i like your advice about keeping clear of the rice and potatoes. do you know where i can get easy recipes for cooking healthy meals?View Thread
I want to start a weight loss support group because we dont have one in my locality. I have never been to any such group but i have heard that they are very helpful. I want to know how these groups work or if you guys might want to give me some pointers.View Thread
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