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2/16/15 11:50 A

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I added this too. Interesting idea!

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2/4/15 11:33 P

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2/3/15 8:37 P

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I may add this category too! I used to use 'Snacks' as my emotional eating category....not Morning or Afternoon snacks tho...those are pre-planned

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2/3/15 7:16 P

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Note: Weight-Watchers wouldnt use Propoints (planned treats/extra eating) unless it worked



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2/3/15 7:11 P

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2/3/15 6:41 P

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useful tip
like a planned infrequent treat
helps prevent a feeling of being deprived in an eating plan
similar to weight-watchers propoints



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2/3/15 6:13 P

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I like this idea too

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2/3/15 5:39 P

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The trick for the likes of us is to distinguish between planned snacks and emotional eating. I think it would make good sense to enter foods in the proper headings so that we can clearly see what/how we're doing.


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2/3/15 5:38 P

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2/3/15 5:13 P

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Great idea

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2/3/15 4:56 P

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That's a great idea. I think I will do it as well. emoticon

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2/3/15 3:58 P

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An SP friend edited her food tracker to include a "meal" she calls "emotional eating." It's a genius idea and, as I'm a proponent, which is not always the same as a faithful practitioner, of honesty in tracking as a learning tool and mindfulness reminder, thought I'd mention it here. Called "emotional eating" or what you will, it can be an aid to the effort. I was in the habit of listing such things under "snacks," but a distinct category will be more useful to me when I resume sanity.

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