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This is my mulligan!

S: 19st4lb G: 12st12lb
#1
I'm calling a mulligan (golf term for "re-do" lol) in my life! I'm soooo amazed by how many calories I've been eating!! I've been eating like I normally do, with the same size portions I normally eat (before I started CC) and adding up all the calories I was eating prior to CC. HOLY COW!! No wonder I couldn't lose weight and was only gaining!! I was eating almost 3,500 calories! *faints* I was going to do this for a week, but after counting the calories of my breakfast and lunch and adding it up to be a little over 1,800 calories I'm going to OFFICIALLY start CC tomorrow!! So I'm calling a mulligan in my life today. :) I can't wait to get started and actually reduce my portions and keep a very close eye on my calories.

So I beg all of you calorie counters, to share with me your most tasty, healthy, nutritious, energizing, feel amazing recipes for your favorite meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner and/or snacks. I've never watched what I ate or counted calories EVER so it's all very, very new to me. I'm not even completely 100% sure how to read a nutrition label! :O But I know that I hve an AMAZING support system here with all you ladies, and I just know I can do this!! :D

xMiss.Lilahx
 
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S: 12st10.5lb C: 10st10.5lb G: 9st9lb BMI: 24.3 Loss: 2st0lb(15.69%)
#2
Take a look through the diaries...a lot of people write what they eat along with the calorie content every day. Also have a look on the diaries on MFP :D
 

Legomom

Gold Member
S: 17st5lb C: 14st12lb G: 13st0lb BMI: 29.8 Loss: 2st7lb(14.4%)
#3
There's a CC recipe section. There's some yummy ideas in there!!

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S: 362lb C: 292.8lb G: 170lb BMI: 47.3 Loss: 69.2lb(19.12%)
#4
It's also interesting to work out how much "healthy" food you get in exchange for the calories/food you have been eating.

For breakfast I like to eat protein, eggs on toast, grilled fish, fruit and cheese. Just depends how you are in the mornings and how much time you have to prepare and eat.
 
#5
Hi there,

I reccomend you look through the diaries, and maybe even start your own. They are great for support. Take a look through the recipes section, its bursting with lovlies to eat. Also there is a section called what's for dinner tonight. I check that out daily for inspiration.
Good luck :)
 




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