One of the golden rules of dieting!

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Andi1971

Joined: May 12
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Posted: 13 Nov 2012, 10:29
I am confessing. I broke one of the golden rules of dieting...and I broke it big time!

I just got finished with my favorite snack. Baked Blue corn tortilla chips..which do have some nutritional value, and some spicy hummus. Instead of fixing out a portion, of each, I sat down and finished the bag of chips and hummus. What was I thinking!!!The bag wasn't a new bag it had been already opened, but it was at least half full. I am so ashamed!
Skitch

Joined: Jan 11
Posts: 12

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Posted: 13 Nov 2012, 10:33
You were probably all hopped up on carrots and celery sticks!! Been there . . . Let it go and move on - today is a new day Smile you can get back on track right this minute Wink
We got this!! Smile

zenwolf

Joined: Nov 10
Posts: 50

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Posted: 13 Nov 2012, 10:36
Please do not feel ashamed about a small set back in your plan. Maybe your body just needed a fix to feel satisfied, which is alright once in a while! Sometimes hunger or cravings are the bodies way of telling us they lack, need or want something for some reason. This is just one day and one time a rule was broken and you are able to move on from this and not look back - its done! Don't let it discourage you as you are doing great! Smile



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