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Yesterday and Today

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Yesterday I just was not hungry and forced myself to eat. I only ate 720 calories which is well below my 1500-1850 that SP says I need. So today I weighed and I GAINED 2 oz since I weighed yesterday morning. I am going to TRY to put more calories in my meals and snacks today and see if I can get back into range. I generally don't weigh every day. I usually weigh myself about once a week and I am going to go back to that. The only reason that I weighed this morning is because I wanted to see what eating just 720 calories yesterday would equate to on the scale. I remember when I was on SP years ago that I actually increased my calories and started losing. I am hoping that I can get my calories up and see if that works again. Anybody else ever have this problem?

Have a blessed day!

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    On the days that i just do not feel hungry i have a fruit smoothie . Depending on what my calories are i use different milk or greek yogurt to help with the needed calories. Have a blessed week .
    3175 days ago
    Yes that is one thing that I have learned on sparks - if you eat too few calories it is not good for you and it may send your body into starvation mode, thinking you are not feeding it enough and you could gain some weight. I try to stay within my calorie range towards the lower end is better for me. Keep sparking and be blessed!!
    3176 days ago
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    That is why I will not weigh myself everyday. Yes, I have increased my calories and lost weight and cut back and gained weight. It don't always work the way we think it should. Keep eating healthy and exercising and the weight will take care of itself in time. God Bless.
    3176 days ago
  • THOMS1
    That happens to me sometimes. It isn't always easy.
    3176 days ago
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