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6,816 7/21/12 11:19 A
I have found when I check the nutritional content on something it can be a very quick turn off for me. At least I'm informed and can factor it into my regimen.
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Everything in moderation.
Fitness Minutes: (3,402)
7/21/12 10:26 A
Well, the problem for me is that once I start eating that kind of thing I find myself having serious cravings for more. If I go ahead and indulge in the cravings, the cravings seem to get worse -- kind of a vicious cycle.
I think I agree with rockqueen88. I just need to make sure I stop at just 1.
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85 7/20/12 11:50 P
I guess I personally don't see anything wrong with treating yourself to one. I know with what I'm doing is just eating what I want within my range. For instance, if I wanted some ice cream, as long as I stay within my range for everything else, then heck yeah I'll eat some!
"Imperfection is beauty. Madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring...and when it comes down to it, I let them think what they want...if they care enough to bother with what I do, then I'm already better than them." -Marilyn Monroe
I know what you mean! Eveyr day at work there are cupcakes, cake, bagels, etc. Something to tempt me. Usually instead of partaking I just ask one of my friends to tell me what it tastes like so I can vicariously enjoy it. Not the same at all, but I always feel a sense of accomplishment for abstaining!
All I could think of when I saw your title was "What would you doooooo for a Klondike bar". It sounds like you would run the other way now. . .
Fitness Minutes: (3,402)
7/11/12 7:39 P
It was "Treat Day" at work and there were boxes of every kind of ice cream you can think of . . . I ended up having a Klondike bar. Totally delicious, but I feel SO bloated now and am thinking it really wasn't worth it. I want to remember this next time around!
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