Guest WholeStanley Posted July 9, 2014 Share Posted July 9, 2014 So I didn't make the best food choices for myself today (I am trying to avoid saying I made a 'bad' food choice - I just know I didn't handle the situation very well and in future I could have made a better call). I was having a frustrating day at work and felt grumpy, unproductive and a bit anxious, and I returned to my old ways of thinking - 'food will make me feel better!' So even though I had lunch and wasn't hungry I went to the supermarket and bought and ate a whole bag of macadamia nuts (nearly 1 cup i reckon), some smoked salmon and loads of melon (over 2 cups). This wasn't me having a mini-meal to bide me over between lunch and dinner, this was just me giving into a tired/fed up craving - infact I think a lot of this was just because I was thirsty, especially the melon overload! So I was just wondering how other people manage when they eat food for the sake of it and not within the template. Because I ate a lot of fat (the nuts) would you have less/no fat in your M3? OR do you just put this down to a suboptimal afternoon, put it in the past and carry on as normal? Thanks for any input in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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