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My Fit Foods 21 Day Challenge.

10 Things I learned on the My Fit Foods 21 day Challenge.
  1. I wasn’t snacking enough:
    1. I used to have 1 snack a day and I tried to limit it to 100 calories.  At My Fit Foods snacks ranged between 150-300 calories. It has completely changed my approach to snacks.
  2. I need to create an eating schedule:
    1. The challenge helps you set up an eating schedule. Now I really try to eat at 6am, 9am, noon, 3pm, and 6pm. Now is impossible to ALWAYS be on time, but I find having a structure really helps me from getting ‘hangry.’
  3. Pre plan meals/Have a plan:
    1. When I am hungry I grab handfuls of this and that before I actually make my meal. Who knows how many calories I shove in my mouth. IF I prepare meals on Sunday to eat throughout the week I can stay on track. This takes work…and time…but it works.
  4. Wait 10-15 minutes after a meal to really decide if you are still hungry:
    1. There were a lot of times I would eat a meal and think, “I am still hungry!” But then…10 minutes later I would be full.
  5. I don’t “deserve” junk food.
    1. I convinced myself week after week that bc I ate healthy Monday – Thursday…then I “deserved” to eat whatever I wanted on the weekend. #Wrong
  6. I don’t NEED chocolate to function.
  7. I don’t NEED wine to relax.
  8. I feel a lot better on a Saturday morning when I don’t load myself down w/ chips and queso the night before.
  9. I can survive a craving.
  10. Setting goals and eating healthy feels way better than obsessing over, “why I just ate that huge plate of cheese.”


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01/31/2014 9:12AM
My Fit Foods 21 Day Challenge.
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