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06/28/2022 6:36AM

June 28

When trying to lose weight, what do you struggle with the most?

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Katherine - I struggled with that one when my daughter was younger. It was there so why not eat it? The only advice I can share is if you make a habit out of tracking EVERYTHING you may be less inclined to eat something that you don't want to track. And yes to maintaining! S-T-R-U-G-G-L-E!

Jennifer - I have a strong sweet tooth, too. Have you ever checked out some of the dessert recipes on Skinnytaste? You may be able to find something that satisfies you, but with fewer calories.

Tiffany - I certainly have a tendency to eat like a jerk, too. The thing is I know I feel better when I eat better. So why not always eat better? UGH!

Valerie - yes to old habits. Being committed is something that requires daily practice.


Staying on track with my nutrition plan. I have a super tight budget so utilize a weekly farmer's market box co-op. It's all really good food, but never know what I'm getting until it shows up, and often a lot of what I "shouldn't" eat according to my nutrition plan.

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