Yes, I am "snacking" on them. That's the problem. Especially at night. That's when I'm the worst. Sometimes in the afternoon when I'm stressed, or bored at work is another time I tend to "snack" excessively, too. Now that I snack on Medifast food, I feel better, and "safer". Snacking in the afternoons at work and in the evenings at home are how I gained the 15 pounds to begin with. I lost all but 6 of the 15 pounds, but, didn't change my behavior at all, it's just that I'm snacking on Medifast food instead if regular food. I refuse to eat regular food, except my lean and green. This is why I'm afraid I'm addicted to Medifast food. I fear this may be addictive behavior.
I should think about transition, I know. Even though I say I want toneat Medifast food forever, eventually I'll have to eat regular food, and I'm so afraid that my body will be in shock, and gain everything back. I mentioned this to my coach, and she told me that I need to lose all my weight before I think about transition.
Well, it's a new day, and I'm going to try again today to stick to my diet.