dsgoingtodoit wrote: »
0% yogurt is my new go to for mayo and sour cream replacement...
Check out the sugar content on 0% fat yoghurt (or 0% fat anything) though. Depending on your dietary needs, you might be better with higher fat (e.g. 3.5%), lower sugar.
cosafe1 wrote: »
I'm currently waking up to get moving before I start work at 7:30 PM. It's a temporary job and I missed exercise this morning. It rained and my ankles were sore from standing up at my desk for the past several shifts so I did some stretches for a few minutes and am eyeing my Gazelle Slider which I may do at "lunch" later tonight
PennycillinEQ wrote: »
Sugar free jello and Cool Whip works for me almost every day. I know how many awful ingredients they have but the rest of my food is cooked from scratch and mostly clean. The jello keeps me from feeling deprived and resentful, thus able to keep on program so far.
Sand_TIger wrote: »
Today, what worked for me was taking a measured amount of spelt flour and making leavened flatbread with it, with pieces scored so I had automatic 100 calorie sections. Then I had some with green soup and it was amazing. It worked well for portion control. Another thing that worked was listening to a really inspiring podcast about weight loss theory as it rekindled my interest and gave me a boost of motivation.
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