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Chocolate is good for you

Monday, June 30, 2014

emoticon After a lot of thought I put my scale away a couple weeks ago and went back to focusing on regular, structured good meals with fruit for breakfast, a light lunch and a good dinner with a piece of chocolate every once in awhile. Things have been so hectic that I haven't had time to exercise so I assumed that I must be maintaining..I finally got on the scale a couple days ago and I had lost 5 lbs..

emoticon Chocolate, lack of deprivation and consistent healthy meals are good for me.and that weighing scale -not as important as I thought!

Is anyone else going scale-less, at least day-to-day?

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    scale doesn't bother me and gives me motivation...they are just numbers that don't record my NSVs....I do weigh in once a week...was daily but once a week is a nice surprise of "what? nothing??" LOL
    2035 days ago
    You are definitely right. Chocolate is good for you. I'm still trying to figure out how to incorporate it in my diet though. I tend to eat all the chocolate I buy all at once, and unfortunately, that's definitely too much.

    Right know I weigh myself almost daily. I need it to keep motivated. But I'm just at the beginning of changing my eating habits (again). I'm sure that once the routine sets in and I gain more confidence I will have to weigh myself less frequently.
    2035 days ago
  • JAROL7
    NO ... I weigh every day ... morning and evening. It keeps me honest. When I quit weighing and just estimate my calories ... I gain !!! So you have to know yourself and how you function best, We are different. My wife seldom weighs. She uses a smaller pair of pants for her scale. So do what works for you. BUT ... join the 5% Club. The link is at the end of my blog.
    2035 days ago
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