Off the Wagon

25 Apr

So I have a little confession to make. I fell all the way off my healthy living wagon, and now my thighs touch a little. I know how this happened, I started back eating horribly. More takeout and less cooking. When I did cook it was nothing good for me. To make matters worse, I started eating sweets…at night, late at night. So I have regrouped and let me tell you, breaking these bad habits is a hard thing to do. I am using My FitnessPal to stay accountable as far as my eating goes. Seeing what you actually consume and the nutritional value makes you really think before you eat. I have started packing more fruit (which I love) to eat at my desk at work because that helps with my sweet tooth. Almonds also have been helpful in curbing my appetite as well even though I have to eat those sparingly. Once I get my eating under control, I should be fine as I do run so I am not sedentary. The lesson here is that exercise doesn’t mean much if you aren’t eating the right food.


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