glovepuppet wrote: »
If you eat 5000 cals of veg a day, you're still going to get fat.
nnicole117 wrote: »
I'm curious, do you track your fruits and veggies if you eat them plain or with zero cal spices/sauces? I subscribed to weight watchers before and fruits and veggies were a free kind of food but here you can actually search an orange and track the 60 some odd calories. So, I personally have decided to not track fruits and veggies themselves since it's a healthy choice compared to - for example - 60 calories of goldfish! Anyways, post your thoughts, I'm interested to hear what you all have to say!
As another note, I'm here to lose about 50lbs or more so maybe when I have much less to go, I'll be more strict? Idk! We'll see!
wilson10102018 wrote: »
Its the process that matters, not the calorie value of the omitted items that matters to me. I log a cough drop or a cherry tomato, not because it affects the total but because the process keeps sensible food choices on my mind all the time.
paperpudding wrote: »
Its not crazy Emma - if that works for you, that's fine.
Same with Wilson who likes to log everything because the process matters.
I am a lazy logger, have said that many times - because it is the results that matter to me, not the process.
But everyone has to find the approach that works fro them.
mkez00 wrote: »
depends how hardcore you are.
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