I try to watch what I eat, but I'm not very strict with myself about it. I try my best to eat healthily and limit eating sugary foods.
I don't do as I should which is why I am here now at 2:45am. I had gastric by-pass surgery and have not been stayed on track lately and have began to experience excessive acid reflux as a result. I know what I need to do but find it difficult to regain control.
I'd appreciate your prayers for me in this area.
I do sometimes watch what i eat when i am on diet, if not i don't, i just eat what i like
Sometimes, the challenging part is staying consistent with your daily regimen. I believe vitamin supplements are a great way to boost energy.
I watch what I eat at least a little bit but unfortunately less often than I should. Usually the meals that really get me bad at when I go out to eat though. American portions are so crazy gigantic I end up putting on weight so I have to go to the gym more or avoid eating out. Or try harder to control myself when I do go out to eat lol. Take half the meal home or stop ordering half pound cheeseburgers and steaks.
I try to watch what I eat, and I need to do a much better job than I am doing now! I have a hard time staying on track and eating healthy when I am always on the go, and unfortunately the cheap fast food is just way more convenient than taking the time to prepare a meal a home.
Thank you all for your comments. If anyones interested, I have a on new hub about "weight loss ideas."
I am trying so hard. I cant resist the taste of big juicy burgers and spicy buffalo wings which are bad when taken in excess
Yes I do. When it comes to processed foods, I read the labels. I avoid buying with trans fat and high sodium. Other than that, I just eat whatever I want, but everything I eat is in moderation.
Every day! because if I don't watch what I eat I would be 300 pounds. I have trouble with my weigh.
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