How many of you have no idea what to do to lose weight?
I’ve seen a lot of posts with people asking questions lately. Leave a comment below and tell me what your biggest struggles or questions are and I’d be happy to help you out.
I tried the my fitness pal for calorie counting but my question is this: I do alot of cooking, and don’t know how many calories are in certain foods. For instance homemade soups, stews, meatloafs? Etc etc. I often eat for lunch what I made for dinner the night before. I don’t know how to find the calories for these things in the fitness pal.
I have a hard time sticking to it. Sometimes I get so depressed about it that I start eating junk food and then I feel guilty for eating it. When I work out, I feel great and if I am unable to do for example 100 jumping jacks I get frustrated. Even though I know that I am not supposed to expect results overnight, I still expect it to happen. There’s no support system for me
I have been going to the gym for a month(2 hours a day burning 160 cal on a treadmill, 65 cal on a stair climber, and no idea how many calories on the 30 min timed work out area at planet fitness)drinking only water, and I completely quit eating junk food. Before I started this I didn’t eat breakfast because of our home schedule, lunch was quick easy foods like dining out and pretty much the same at dinner. In between I was constantly snacking on stuff. I haven’t lost a single lb. So I have no idea what is going on. I keep reading were people are counting calories and loosing 2-5 lbs a week to two week times. What am I doing wrong and what do I need to do to correct this problem. I feel like I’m working myself to death with the gym and not getting any results.
So I think my biggest downfalls are A-how many calories should I really consume in one day, and B- how to curb cravings. I do take some organic pills that really help me not crave food and not get hungry as much, but occasionally on days when I’m no so busy doing things I feel like I get hungry a lot faster than a day I go to work and go to the gym