28 Nov 12
paperiniko's Journal, 28 November 2012
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Note to myself:
Recently I moved my food journal to my fitness pal because it syncs automatically with my bodymedia armband dashboard.
I still like FS more, maybe because I am used to it, but I like being able to analyse my intake via bm.
I still plan to update manually my food diary on FS when I weigh in (every month or so) logging just the total amount of calories.
Since late August/September my calories intake has gone up quite a bit over 2500/day on average, and I have been experiencing more sugar/refined carbs cravings. I managed them mainly thanks to being more active and by managing my overall weekly budget to accommodate them.Overall I kept loosing weight and fat which is great, but I am worried that I cannot change this attitude forever which is my goal.
Loosing slowly does not bother me, actually I want to avoid loosing more than 2.5 kg/month, but still having the occasional sugar binge annoys me.
Yesterday I saw on youtube a video of a guy who lost 400lbs on one of these american tv shows in 2009 and then 3 years later has recovered 300lbs which is very disappointing and shows how loosing weight is a piece of cake compared to maintaining it.
Sport is really helping now but I need to put under control the other side of the equation bringing down calories to 2100/2200 day and sugars to below 30 g/day, otherwise as soon as for some reason I will be unable to do sport I will loose control of my fat again.
Entry for 28 November 2012:
Fat: 52.30g | Prot: 209.20g | Carb: 209.20g.
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Good info, i have been considering a switch to fit pal too.
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