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MOMMYOF2RN
Posts: 564
10/15/12 9:08 P

Tracking has taught me so much about food, I was shocked when I first started using it because things I thought were healthy turned out to be not so much, or my biggest shock was when I splurged and had a milkshake....costed me 500 calories and it was a small size emoticon Keep up the tracking,youre doing great!



HEALTHY-SPARK
SparkPoints: (37,727)
Fitness Minutes: (31,847)
Posts: 1,062
10/15/12 1:47 P

I try to be good about tracking everything, even on days where I haven't been quite as smart about my food choices. Sometimes I'm surprised to find that even though I've gone over on calories, it's not as terrible as I might think-- and then I'm motivated to not blow it for the rest of the day. Whereas the OLD me, would just say oh well, today is totally blown, let's go get that half gallon of icecream! hehe.



SALDAL1
SparkPoints: (14,486)
Fitness Minutes: (13,568)
Posts: 95
10/14/12 10:59 P

Tracking is AWESOME! I learn so much through tracking ... and really don't like doing it when I have a blow-out ....



SPIRALDOWN
SparkPoints: (17,350)
Fitness Minutes: (9,703)
Posts: 859
10/14/12 9:04 P

I track everything....food, water, exercise......everything



JIBBIE49
Posts: 55,413
10/14/12 8:35 A

emoticon Don't quit.



TGALLEGOS3
SparkPoints: (60)
Fitness Minutes: (55)
Posts: 3
10/14/12 7:25 A

going to track food and activity everyday this was my first week and i forgot to tracka couple of days. on bright spot id lose 4.4 lbs




 
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