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  • dechowjdechowj Posts: 66Member Member Posts: 66Member Member
    Cutting sugar out of my tea. I have 3-5 cups a day and was putting multiple TABLESPOONS of sugar in each cup. The weekly calories I saved was crazy.
  • allieeverydayallieeveryday Posts: 26Member Member Posts: 26Member Member
    atjays wrote: »
    I bought a food scale.

    This can't be said enough. Take the extra 5 minutes and weigh your food. I think it will shock a lot of people what actual serving sizes are. A table spoon isn't as much as you can pile onto it.... If you're going to take the time to meal prep, do it right!

    I just got a food scale this week! Eyeballing portions wasn't working.
  • cannedgoocannedgoo Posts: 54Member Member Posts: 54Member Member
    I drink tea through out the day instead of energy drinks or pop. I still have a morning energy drink for the caffeine kick, but I’ve greatly reduced my calories & plus other benefits of not ingesting copious amounts of taurine & whatever else is in my drinks
  • nourhanehab7nourhanehab7 Posts: 125Member Member Posts: 125Member Member
    Intermittent fasting
  • MadisonMolly2017MadisonMolly2017 Posts: 2,293Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,293Member, Premium Member

    Weigh & track everything I eat

    Exercise 36 hrs/month on average & Daily!
    >10K steps on average

    Eat nutritiously and stopped (almost completely) eating out
  • therealnoahgibbtherealnoahgibb Posts: 8Member Member Posts: 8Member Member
    I cut out soft drinks completely. Now I only have 1 about every 3 months or longer. I also started drinking unsweet tea and black coffee. I lost 10 lbs when I first start by simply cutting off my soft drink intake.
  • Senata76Senata76 Posts: 28Member Member Posts: 28Member Member
    Bought an electric grill and stopped frying.
  • katrinalwaters0808katrinalwaters0808 Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    - I vowed to myself to stop making excuses. Cliche and sounds easy but it’s the best change in mindset I could have had to be on track to a sustainable healthy life style.
    - Swapped milk for almond milk.
    - Said no to every sweet treat in the office unless it was a jam doughnut. There were never jam doughnuts and when there were, it felt good.
    - plan my meals for the week. Not necessarily prep. Just plan. Kept me on track.
  • DeterminedMummy94xDeterminedMummy94x Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    Switched dr pepper for 2l water, (one 500ml bottle a week now as a treat). I also stopped adding sugar to my coffee and made 3 of my 5 daily cups black, so cut out some milk cal too.
  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 21,880Member Member Posts: 21,880Member Member
    Scrapping the breakfast altogether. Basically 16:9 intermittent fasting,

    You have 25 hours in your day?!? Tell me how to do that trick!!! :p
  • peppermintcarolinepeppermintcaroline Posts: 142Member Member Posts: 142Member Member
    No soda, alcohol, or juice. Too many calories and there are far more satisfying places to get my calories.
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