I'm like you, constantly trying new things until I find something that works. Right now I've stopped counting calories and am doing more portion control: no serving of protein or carbs at one meal bigger than my palm.So far it's been good and although I haven't lost weight, but have maintained, at least I know it can be done (to tie in with your previous post the other day).Anyway great job, Sheila.
I have been on a fast track to chocolate oblivion since Valentine's Day!!!! I have also been allowing myself some ice cream treats. I need to get back on track too.I don't do low carb, but I DO need to get back to a healthy way of living.I can relate.
I can relate too (thanks for you comment the other day btw - it was so lovely!)I am re-writing the schedule of my life today (as I wrote in my post a few min ago) but one thing I know for sure is this: If I want more energy I have to work out. Sweating is my energy boost. Exercise also has a mysterious way of helping me make better food choices as well. For me, if I don't exercise consistently (oh how that c-word torments me!) everything else seems thrown out of sorts. You may find that if you start there, the food thing will come naturally (or maybe it's just me). Have you found an exercise partner yet? I HIGHLY recommend it. Judith is one of the biggest reasons I am still in this fight (and the only reason I joined a gym, which I now love!). Good luck Sheila.
I think it's so wise for you to continue with what works for you. You are doing so great!!!
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