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  • v CATARINA_CERISE
    Don't go thinking she actually cooks or cleans! Oh no. She watches TV, talks techie, and bakes all the sweets I won't, but she does not do housework! Lol
    2374 days ago
  • v CATARINA_CERISE
    First things first, worry about the calories. If you stress over the macros from the beginning you'll lose your mind and quit. As you hit you calories, slowly start monitoring your macros and making small changes throughout the day. Opt for a protein shake instead of a banana for your snack. Put more veggies on your plate than rice. But slowly. It'll probably take a good couple months to hit those numbers. I'm still working on hitting mine. So start small. Aim for the calories. You can do this.
    2375 days ago
  • v CATARINA_CERISE
    Thank you for your support, Gina! You're awesome!
    2375 days ago
  • v LOSLUNAS
    Thanks for your comments and questions. I eat 3 meals and 1 post workout snack 6 days a week. Breakfast is yogurt, fiber one cereal, fiber bar, and chia seed. Post work out is a banana. Lunch is a protein bar or eggs on an Orowheat sandwhich round, dinner varies usually a protein, sweet potato, quoinoa, spinach, ect, I rotate dinners you can see them on my tracker. I stay in the lower end of my calorie range for a few reasons. I am actually pretty sastified fullness wise most days with that and because I only eat this way 6 days a week. On Sundays I eat whatever I want, so basically those extra calories you mentioned I eat them, I just eat them in one day rathe rthan spreading them out. This works really well for me. I can enjoy whatever I want to eat on Sundays and it helped me stop binging. I workout hard 6 days a week, eat well 6 days a week, and I take one day off to rest my body and eat whatever I want. It did not seem to be a problem eating on the lower end of the range, but everyone is different. Hope this helps. Have a great week!
    2375 days ago
  • v LOSLUNAS
    Thank you for the comments on my page! It is noce to meet you! It does seem a little harder for us short people to loose weight, but we can do it! Please let me know if I can be of any help to you! Good luck in the New Year!
    2378 days ago
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