Hi Everyone, I know that I can't be the only one who is confused about what to eat and what not to eat. I am admittedly overwhelmed with all the research out there and I feel like I have no clue what I am doing. However, I feel it may give me some piece of mind if someone could give me some feedback about what I have been eating. Background: I am 4ft 10inches, 27 years old. Currently weight about 167lbs. I exercise mostly every day (45 min. cardio). Breakfast: 3 scrambled eggs (made with almond milk) OR smoothie made with 1 cup plain, nonfat yogurt, frozen berries/banana and a handfull of kale. Snack: 1 cup strawberries/grapes OR pretzels OR carrots OR low fat mozzarella cheese stick. Lunch: Plain grilled chicken with ketchup/BBQ sauce (1tbsp) OR salad with tomato, broccoli, cucumber, carrots, light salad dressing (1 tbsp), few croutons/sliced almonds. Snack: Fruit OR carrots (if I am hungry). Dinner: Usually grilled chicken with ketchup/BBQ sauce (1tbsp) with a veggie (broccoli or green beans) OR shrimp w/ salad. Snack: carrots is usually the only thing I'll let myself eat after dinner, only if hungry. As you can see, I am doing my best to stick with fruit, veggies, and protein. Also doing my best to avoid dairy and sugar. I live with my parents so there are often lots of temptations around (bacon, cookies, ice cream, etc.). If I can't avoid the temptation altogether, I might have a bite or one piece. A huge improvement from the binge eating that I've done in the past. I would like to get more adventurous with my cooking but for now I actually don't mind plain grilled chicken at all. Hardest part for me in these last few weeks is avoiding carbs. I try to avoid carbs and sugar like the plague but it is SO difficulty to not eat bread once in a while, or a cookie here or there! Please feel free to leave me any feedback, good or bad. I really want to have some direction on what I'm doing and as I've said, this just feels like a guessing game. I really don't want to be counting up my calories all day every day. I want to make healthy choices and feel good about what foods I am putting in my body. On a side note, one of my coworkers drank a coke today (I used to LOVE pepsi) and I was shocked how many calories of crap were in that one can! I don't think I will ever drink that stuff again!