As a food lover who also has to pay attention to my weight, a new study is awfully discouraging.
It says that older women must get at least an hour of moderate activity every day to maintain their weight.
I don’t think I’m quite in that age category yet, but since I already struggle with trying to eat healthy, and finding the time to exercise every day, I’m wondering if it’s time to just throw in the towel.
I won’t, I promise, but it is really making me re-evaluate that way I spend my time, and what and how much I eat.
I’m constantly looking for new and healthy recipes, but I also have a damning sweet tooth, or maybe I should say a chocolate tooth.
So what I’m wondering is, does anyone have a strategy to keep from overeating that has worked? Or ideas for recipe substitutions? I know about applesauce instead of butter, baking instead of frying, etc., but I bet there’s lots of other great ones out there, so let me know!