So about a month ago when I came back to college for the semester, I decided I was going to eat healthy. Doing stuff like this has always been easy for me, so my discipline's not in question here. What I question is if I'm doing this right.
I started off with no real restrictions, I just used my discretion. I ate healthy though. About halfway through I decided to give up red meat completely. I barely ate it any ways in the previous couple weeks, and the one time I had it (it was some BBQ beef stuff), I had no craving whatsoever to eat it again, oddly. I'm not watching my sodium intake, as I find it impossible to as a college student.
So I have a couple questions here:
1. How can I keep my calorie intake at around 2200 to 2500 calories? I've been intaking that much for the most part, outside of a couple of days where I've been busy or I wasn't feeling well. But I'm eating the same **** over and over again, for the most part. I feel like I'm losing weight even though I'm likely intaking just as much calories as before. I don't want to lose weight, I just want to eat healthy. Maybe I'm just paranoid.
2. Is it unhealthy to have somewhat the same eating routine, even if it's all healthy? I'm getting in all of the food groups I'm pretty sure, but it's the same food within that food group mostly.