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Welcome to my blog, everyone! This is so great that Diet.com is opening up this blog feature! Here's how I plan to use my new tool here. Every week I will let the world know how I'm doing on my diet. There will be good days and bad days, but only by admitting my strengths and facing my struggles will I get rid of this weight. I will cheer myself on and stand up and admit I'm human!


Last week I had a terrible week. I didn't feel like cooking and it was really hot, so I ate out almost every night. Out of the five nights in the week I had healthy choices maybe three times. I didn't gain any weight but I feel like I've been eating toxic waste. No healthy veggies, and what salads I did eat were entree types at TGIF's, so they were full of dressing, bacon, you name it. Since when are these salads considered healthy? I feel grose and this week I plan to clean up my act and eat healthier. It's like detox week, in a way. Lots of water, lots of vegetables, easy on the fat, and certainly no take-out!





@ 10:02am ET on August 22, 2006
It's great that you are committed to jumping back into eating healthy. With me, if i splurge once I'll never get back to eating healthy. Go for those veggies and love every bite! Great job!

When it's hot out, try making cold pasta salads w/ fat free Italian dressing. It's more filling than a regular salad and it beats the heat!

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