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    Ok, so today I *logically* did alright, but somehow mentally I feel like I ate too much.


    At 12:30pm I had 3 scrambled eggs topped with a bit of cheddar cheese and some pork green chili sauce.


    Then at 6:30pm I had a salad including maybe 1.5-2c of greens, 1/3 an avocado, 1 clementine (those mini oranges), walnuts, and feta cheese. I drizzled olive oil and red wine vinegar on top. After this I had 1.5 chicken breasts (including skin) seasoned w/ salt and pepper and 6 onion circles that I put on top. I also had maybe a handful of almonds.


    I don't really know the specific amounts of walnuts/cheese I put on the salad because I'm terrible at gauging that kind of thing, but it wasn't excessive.


    So anyway, I realize that all of this is healthy and primal, but for some reason I mentally feel like it was too much. Any thoughts?

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    not too much food.

    sounds pretty great to me. other than the onions (I only like them cooked).

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    Unless you felt like you were about to explode,... sounds like you had some great meals!


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    I eat WAY more than that, everyday.

    I began this Primal journey on December 30th, 2009 and in that time I've lost over 125 LBS.

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    I just entered it all into FitDay and it came out to be 1764 calories.

    My basal metabolic rate is 1449 calories, but I assume that doesn't include everyday tasks (i.e. just walking around). My workout today was pretty light (1 mi run at moderate pace, 5 sets of 25 pushups, 5 sets of 2 pullups - I can't do more than 2 lol but working on it).

    I'm guessing the fat in the chicken skin was what made me feel really full, which is probably a good thing, since 1) it's good fat and 2) it clearly kept me from eating too much

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    Sounds good to me.


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    Keep in mind that calculated BMR is an estimate with a decent margin of error.


    Also, day to day equilibrium in energy intake/output isn't as important as weekly equilibrium. If you had no activity at all for that day, but were active other days, it's still fine.


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    Way less than what I eat everyday. ;-)


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