Monday, March 27, 2017

Whatta ya mean... write it down?

Proven Fact - Trying To Lose Weight Can Cause Memory Loss

Sure that's it - memory loss... trying to lose weight causes memory loss.

Isn't it amazing that as people go down the path of trying to lose those extra pounds that they tend to forget just what they've eaten during a day.

Is it selective memory or is it memory loss?

My attitude has always been if you don't write it down then it don't count. And those bites I take as I'm cooking the food. Nope don't count. Not to me.

Okay, so I ate half the meat loaf before it got out of the oven. But those don't count...

It's all about perspective and mine is a little twisted.

When someone asked me about it, I just replied:
"Do you know how many calories you can burn mushing the hamburg, eggs and bread crumbs together. Probably a bazillion". (Honestly, I can rationalize anything)

But seriously when I finally got into the habit of tracking my food, I really did much better. Most people don't realize just how much or exactly what they eat. But when you write it down you get a honest and surprising reality of what you're really putting inside your body.

If you're interested I found some  "Free" Calorie-Tracking Websites that can help you keep track of what you eat, and they're really easy to use, just go to: 
Not only can you track what you eat with their food diaries, but you can also log in how much you exercise. No moving the fork from your plate to your mouth is "not" exercise

Just get in the habit of writing down things like mowing the lawn, shoveling snow, painting a room, vacuuming, cleaning the house or even time at the gym. They all burn calories.

Here's some simple Heavenly  Wisdom: Less calories = Less you!
So claim back your memory, write it down... the only thing you have to lose is weight.

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