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  • Not working. Only in Canada?
    - 10/24/2017 1:46:03 AM
  • This website can use some maintenance. There are many videos that do not work, links that don't go anywhere, and articles that contain serious errors in content.

    AKA I cannot see the video either, it states that the video is not available. - 10/23/2017 1:52:54 PM
  • why would you feature a video that can't be played?? - 10/23/2017 8:51:43 AM
  • unfortunately, I can't view this video - says this video is private
    - 8/27/2017 10:46:48 AM
  • note says video is unavailable. - 8/15/2017 10:50:16 AM
  • Does not play, says it is private...:( - 8/9/2017 8:21:35 AM
  • Had a message on the video screen saying the video wasn't available but assuming from comments it's on journaling what you eat. I've been doing it for almost 10 years--I have lost not a single pound in the last year but nor have I gained back any of the 100 or so lbs I lost. But, I'm aware that as my physical health declined so did my activity levels which is we all know is key! - 5/2/2017 8:08:56 AM
  • Every thing works, for awhile.....it's the doing it for your lifetime that gets to you. Even knowing what's the right thing to do, seems to not help all the time. Unsatisfaction breeds going back to old habits again, because old habits made you feel comfortable, inside, right or wrong. Mental issue. - 5/2/2017 8:05:19 AM
  • I've been tracking everything I eat for several decades. I'm tired of it. As I'm entering my senior years it's getting harder and harder to keep motivated. But it definitely shows as well. - 8/21/2016 9:56:12 PM
  • I agree. When I don't track it is easy to "forget" some of the food I've eaten that day. - 7/16/2016 6:42:12 PM
  • I agree. When I track I lose weight and when I stop tracking I eventually go back to old/bad habits and gain weight back. Tracking is the way to go IF you measure and weigh your food. When people say they are tracking what they eat and not losing weight I don't believe them. You can't just 'guess' if something was 4oz or 1/2 a cup, etc. Tracking is only as accurate as you make it! - 3/18/2016 1:17:14 PM
  • Tracking my daily intake means that I have to keep track of the size of the portions. It is the discipline that lets me lose weight and keep an eye on where I go off track. - 2/14/2016 4:18:10 PM
  • I agree with the concept of tracking food intake. In doing so, I know if I am eating enough vegetables and fruits daily. - 2/6/2016 10:04:36 AM
  • Tracking my calories has never helped me to lose weight. When I track my food I see the food I eat and how many calories and get depressed so I eat even more foods that are not good for me. It never encourages me to change to eating better foods. I try to eat more vegetables but I never feel satisfied for more than 30 minutes so I tend to grab candy, cookies or potato chips to get satisfied. - 1/31/2016 2:33:37 PM
  • When I lost my weight and reached my goal weight I tracked everything. I would pre-track my lunch and dinner right after breakfast. This way you know how many calories, fruit, veg, protein and fat you need to add or subtract. It is a good habit to get into. - 1/20/2016 5:06:24 PM