Earlier this week while my husband and I sat together before he left for work that morning, he told me something he wanted me to do. He told me to practice self care. He told me to love myself.
So while there has been no weekly weigh-in this week, I feel an immense amount of emotional weight lifted from my shoulders.
There were a couple days this past week that I had eaten over my calorie budget. At times I even had a strong urge to just sit on the couch all day and eat myself into oblivion. But I knew that it wouldn't just be me that I was effecting with these thoughts or actions.
Whether you just want to fit into that old pair of skinny jeans or you want to compete in a marathon; let whatever it is that motivates you fuel your discipline.
Portion and serving sizes have boomed over the last twenty years. In fact, they have increased anywhere from 27 and 60 percent in some restaurants and locations.
So, you like to have your cake and eat it, too. And with CICO, you totally can! As long as you're staying within your calorie deficit.
I knew very well what I was doing, but continued anyway. This is how the cycle of overeating repeats itself. It's almost very close to the definition of insanity; to do the same thing over and over again expecting different results.
Every body is quite different. Everyone has different activity levels, weight, height. There is no one-size-fits-all for weight loss.
The truth is, I've always been a big girl.
Once a foodie, always a foodie? Hello folks! My name is Heather Van and I am a foodie. I've been a foodie ever since I could remember. I love food! I'm also what medical professionals would call obese. And I want to change that! I also want to change my relationship with food through a … Continue reading In the beginning