blondie454u well in supermarkets it is easier to find healthy options but most fast food courts do not have healthy options so on the weekends that I go out I sometimes have to carry my food around because there is not much variety for healthy plattersView Thread
That is so true the changes must come from our minds to know we can not binge eat anymore , we may eat something we like that is not good for us from time to time no excess though, but continuing with our diet and excercise and a psycologyst once told me overeaters are like alcoholics we must always be conscious of what we are putting in our bodies and we must try not to sabotage ourselves.View Thread
Hello I have lost 28.6 pounds thanks to webmd tool to log in food and exercise I have been eating healthy and exercising for about 2 months and a half I still would like to lose about 72.6 pounds more. I have really enjoyed changing my habits though I must say the hardest for me is when I want to eat out or have a drink because I currently live in Venezuela and there are not many options for healthy eating basically only salads and I have to watch not to add too much dressing on it . I aslso love sweets so its hard to not eat them from time to time and more some that I have a 3 year old who always comes from birthday parties and goodie bags full of them .... I would love to meet some people here and continue my motivation !View Thread
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