|03-25-2012, 12:03 PM||#1|
lavender and lace
Join Date: Mar 2001
Stats: 193.8/188.4/135 ~5'9"~
Start Date: 11/17/2014
For those of you in maintenance, how closely do you track you food? I'm almost to goal and when I get there, I plan on eating mostly low carb because that's what I feel best on and maintain on.
I figure after a while, I'll get used to eating a certain way and only eat when hungry. For those most part, I'm better off eating veggies, protein and fat.
Anyone? I'm curious. TIA!
|03-25-2012, 12:33 PM||#2|
Way too much time on my hands!
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: London UK
Stats: 184/137/126 5'3" Age 67
WOE: JUDDD restart 8/25/2014
Start Date: 2001 Atkins -50 2011 JUDDD - 10
I have to track pretty carefully on my DDs. I try to stay under 700 and generally come in between 500 and 650.
On UDs I only track because I am interested. I don't worry if I have an UUAD as I am confident that if I keep up my rotations I will continue to maintain with no trouble.
I don't Low Carb any more so I think I have to check calories a bit more carefully on DDs because I am not that confident that I know the calories counts of stuff.
Embrace a little hunger. It is the sign of healing.
Relax, rotate, reduce, rejoice.
Down Days are the cement that hold JUDDD together.
|03-25-2012, 05:18 PM||#3|
Major LCF Poster!
Join Date: Jan 2012
Stats: 152/143/125 5'4"
WOE: Restart JUDD 2/10/15
Start Date: Aug 2011/I was maintaining since April 2012
Not very carefully lately. I'm doing 800 cal DD and 1600 cal UD (not including the past week of vacation when I just had FD=free day, where I didn't count at all). My bigger problem is not getting enough on an UD, so I have to keep track to make sure I get them in.
If I eat naturally to hunger, I usually settle around 1200 cals. But that will slow my metabolism, and I'm not going there again.
Considering I've lost 2 pounds in this past week eating whatever I wanted and not tracking at all, I'm pretty happy with this "maintenance". LOL
Tina--wife to my dh for 24 years and mom to 4 great kids. JUDDD reboot to lose the nearly 20 pounds gained in the past 2 years.