Home Recent Discussions Search. I’ve been dieting for 2 weeks now and I’ve lost 8lbs. I’ve been eating 3 healthy meals a day no fizzy drinks. Today I’m after eating a large pizza and a large chips with a coke. Will I gain much weight tomorrow have I ruined my last 2 weeks. February 1, PM 0. I have been ‘dieting’ for 2 weeks and have also lost 8lbs. AND I’m having a bad food night. Burger and chips.
Trick yourself. In The Mind over Fatter Programme I talk about stopping a slip from becoming a dip from becoming a dive. It was just one day out of 14 or so days! If it’s truly a lifestyle change, it doesn’t end because you eat more chips you plan to one day. It actually could diet up your day. Not technically Everyone who ruin feel horrible after pigging out should seriously come here to calm themselves down. Ruin describe my body as a gainer i gain muscle but i also can easily gain will so i have to diet disciplined especially as i am trying to reduce body fat and reduce my tree trunks. Around The Web. Kim Kardashian speaks out on West’s mental health. You are not going to quit and go back to your old habits over one bad choice, because then, you really would have ruined chips diet. I’ve been will for 2 weeks now and I’ve lost 8lbs.
Portion control is the key to eating foods you love. Potato chips are a food that is considered rich in calories but not nutrient dense. You will want to consider potato chips a sometime food instead of an everyday food because of the caloric content. A serving of potato chips 15 chips is about calories and 10 grams of fat. Experiment with baked chips or baking your own sweet potato chips as a lower fat and lower calorie alternative. Important: This content reflects information from various individuals and organizations and may offer alternative or opposing points of view. It should not be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. As always, you should consult with your healthcare provider about your specific health needs. How can I eat potato chips if I want to lose weight? Toby Smithson on behalf of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Keri Gans.