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Old 01-11-2013, 08:02 PM   #2
elvislover324
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I'm on a medically supervised diet but I still calorie count. Once I am at my goal weight, I will transition back to eating like a normal person (fruits, veggies, protein, grains, little to no processed foods).

I took a long hard look at what I was eating before and what I am eating now. Granted, my calories are already figured out for me now and as long as I stay on plan, I will continue to lose weight every week. But part of my nutrition plan with my doctor is to learn how to eat normally once I get to my goal weight. If I don't calorie count, I don't know how I'd ever do it. It's actually pretty easy on my phone with myfitnesspal.com. My husband uses it now too.

The only thing I am shocked about is that I don't need the 4000 (more or less) that I was eating a few days a week. It makes me sick to think about it now. I don't even remember eating it, it was just a habit. A bad, sad habit.
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