This week: 229.4
Last week: 227.4
Total Loss: -2.6
The Reaction and the Reflection:
damn, I didn’t track and look at what happened!!
I need a Gibbs-style slap.
I know I made a lot of good food choices but I know there are days I ate too much. And the wrong foods. And there are other days where I am not sure I ate enough. Add in that I am lifting some serious weight at the gym, I should know what I am eating so I can see what is working and what is not.
Moving on, I have committed to tracking this week! I am going to write it all down in my WW tracker paper and online. I am very curious about my protein/carb/fiber numbers each day. I need to find the right combination for weight lifting and weight loss AND feeling good (mentally and physically) – this is most important to me because it will be the key for my long term success.
All of this is about creating the life I want to live. A happy and healthy and long life!
Today’s meeting was all about FIBER.
Do you know how much fiber your are getting in ever day?
Do you know how much you should be getting?
I have no idea how much fiber I am getting in every day, but I think it is a fair amount. I eat vegetables all the time, but I don’t know exact numbers. I think I heard 25 grams of fiber is what a woman should aim for every day.
Fiber helps you stay full and satisfied longer. Also, fiber is usually low calories for high volume of food. so fiber is good.
Time for me to do a few things about fiber: 1. how much am I actually eating; and 2. find fiber-ific options for snacks. To do this I have decided to start using MyFitnessPal.com again for tracking. I will still use Weight Watchers and count my points but once a day, I will log all my food into MFP just to get a number for the protein, carbs, and fiber grams I am eating every day. I think this is good information for me to have – it can only help my journey.
So, for the next week, I am going to track on WW and MFP. WW is for my weight loss journey – MFP is to learn how my body is processing what I am currently eating. MFP will help me get a perspective on the nutritional ratio of what I am eating.
I WILL NOT freak out if my calories seem high or if I go over what numbers MFP says I “should” have each day. I am in this to gain knowledge, not guilt.
I have to believe knowledge is more powerful than guilt!