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f1jim wrote:I have always liked your writing style here and am continuously happy for your presence on the boards. I am curious about a few things. You mentioned "but it took me logging my food intake for a year to see that I was not really following the McDougall diet like I needed to."
Did you have to see a long pattern of mistakes to realize you needed to make changes or did logging the food for a short time send the message to yourself? I am very curious why logging the food flipped the switch for you versus just becomeing aware through daily experience. Anything we can learn about what trips the switch to getting people to eating healthier through their own discovery seems to be best. We seem to see the light better when it's our own bulb lighting the way!!!!
fulenn wrote: I need to go back and count, but it has been awhile that I have been doing well and making good food choices. Since November overall, but more recently that I have given up Daiya cheeze, fake hot dogs, avocados, tofu, nut butters, things with natural saturated fats or added sat. fats, and diet sodas. I know that these things are allowed in small amounts on the regular McDougall plan, but I was eating more than I should have, IMO.
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