I am an "on the go eater" too and I also eat it if that's what's available. What's helped me is planning out my meals. I know I'm going to have a yogurt every morning with fruit. Lunch I usually have a sandwich made from WW bread (there are ther low cal breads too) with a lean meat and FF mayo. Another good lunch is progresso soup and I add steamed mixed veggies. Or salad with chicken or tuna salad, no dressing. Dinner... Well that's a crapshoot. I'm eating good today to save up my points for dinner. Meatloaf, roast potatoes and steamed veggies. I try to fill myself with salad first also. There are several tasty low cal dressing brands. I personally like the bolthouse farms raspberry merlot vinergarette. If I don't plan a head of time or don't have good snacks available I will eat anyyyything, so I always try to keep that in mind. I'd write out a list of things that would be better for you to eat or make. I used to think I "couldn't eat anything" until I stopped and really analyzed what I was eating and how to eat it.
Have you tried the my fitness pal app? I'm girlfriend is doing it and she loves it. It gives you suggestions of other things to eat instead of what your about to. It tracks you calories, the % of nutritional value your getting for the day (the app toldmy gf doesn't eat enough potassium), your exercise for the day, and if you ate like you did today how much you would weigh in 5 weeks. You can also "friend" other people to see what they are eating and exercising like. Pretty handy if you ask me!
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