I haven't felt like I've accomplished enough to warrant a full post about it.
My victory is realizing that small changes can make a big difference.
One of my biggest problems was my love of butter. I could easily consume 300 calories a day in just butter! I did a whole post about it here!
I decided when I went shopping a couple of week ago to buy a container of
Now, I know it's not the perfect solution. I honestly feel that butter is more natural ingredient-wise and I wish I could continue to use it, but it's not feasible to me.
2 tsp of butter is 70 calories
2 tsp of pretend butter is 30 calories.
That's a huge savings in calories for me each day.
Let me say this about it though....I CAN believe it's not butter, but it gives me the buffer I like between dry toast and my poached egg.
I would think it's fair to say I am probably saving almost 1000 calories a week by making this switch...that is almost 1 full day of food for me! Those small changes can really make a difference, despite how tiny they feel at the time. What small change can you make this week?