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    I like it, too. Im going to play with it. Obviously I was just wondering about those 225g carbs. I'm down to ~40g carbs per day. lol.
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    Didn't do so well on the nutrients yesterday. Ironically, I did very well on the calories. Go figure!!
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    So far today:
    Breakfast:
    Light & Fit Cherry Yogurt
    2 Strawberry Poptarts
    Lunch:
    Hummus, Cucumber, & Italian Dressing on Pita.

    I need to look up ideas for hummus, or else I'll get sick of it.
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    I did well yesterday! Stayed under in calories, and green bars on everything except potassium.

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    We had pizza for dinner last night, so I'm considering yesterday a cheat day. Today should be okay though, no big Easter celebration to mess up my diet.
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    Okay, so this is the form of record keeping I'm going to settle on for now. Basically, I created a Google Document with the 4 rules, and then kept track of how well I followed them. I noted each cheat meal or snack as -1, and I also tallied the total meals I had for the day.

    I then tallied the total cheats meals (using rule 2, or 6 cheat meals, as my total) and worked out my percent compliance by dividing it by my total meals, or 28. This gave me almost 80% compliance.

    In the following weeks, I'm going to aim for 90% compliance. Easter Sunday, and all of it's delectable deserts, ruined me for this week!

    Anyway, here's the chart for those that are curious:


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    Easter is over. My appetite has been on a steady decline (it comes and goes in waves.. I think the moon has a lot to do with it. >.> ) to help promote this.

    My goals:
    - 1,100 calories counted a day. I know I will fall here and there, my max intake should be 1,300 counted calories.
    - Freebies that don't count as calories: vegetables, fruits, tea, and two 'free drink' passes a day. (juice and milk.)
    - Up the protein intake, try to keep the carbs for dinner. Try to time my meals and snacks so that I KNOW I won't feel hungry during the times I normally get all whiny about it. (i.e. dont eat dinner BEFORE I go running!!)
    - Experiment a little with cooking to keep the motivation up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Okay, so this is the form of record keeping I'm going to settle on for now. Basically, I created a Google Document with the 4 rules, and then kept track of how well I followed them. I noted each cheat meal or snack as -1, and I also tallied the total meals I had for the day.

    I then tallied the total cheats meals (using rule 2, or 6 cheat meals, as my total) and worked out my percent compliance by dividing it by my total meals, or 28. This gave me almost 80% compliance.

    In the following weeks, I'm going to aim for 90% compliance. Easter Sunday, and all of it's delectable deserts, ruined me for this week!

    Anyway, here's the chart for those that are curious:

    I do not understand your system... too mathematical for me... but 80% compliance is good! Especially with Easter in the mix.
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    I ate 28 meals, but 6 of them were cheats.

    The rest of the stuff is just a way for me to measure my progress visually. It makes it easy for me to figure out ways to slightly improve each week. For example, instead of cheating both Monday and Tuesday, this week I'm going to aim to have one cheat.

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    good timing, I thought of this yesterday too (didn't see this thread until now). I like the embarrassment factor.

    yesterday (in order)

    -2 slices cold hawaiian pizza
    -1 cup coffee with 2 spoons ice cream (out of milk, experimented)
    -bowl of steel-cut oats with brown sugar and currants
    -1 cup coffee
    -2 clementines
    -about a handful of minieggs
    -turkey dinner
    -tiny slice of coffee cake and spoon of frozen yogurt

    today (in order)

    -oats with brown sugar and currants
    -about 1.5 cups of plain yogurt (3% MF)
    -apple
    -granola bar (caramel-nut chocolate dipped, so more like a candy bar)
    -large sweet potato with salt
    -steak, steamed broccoli, rice from a packet

    No goals for now other than tracking. I'm guessing that the tracking alone will probably guilt me into eating less horribly, though.
    -end of thread-

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