I'm not trying to lose weight, but I'm trying to get a handle on what I eat. I go off the deep end sometimes and just munch all the time. I want to start eating good meals and snacks. My friend uses Spark People just to track her meals and I want to do the same. However, since I'm still nursing my 20 month old 10 - 12 times in 24 hours, I'm not sure what my intake of calories, protein, ect should really be. I can't find it anywhere on the internet. Google didn't even understand what I was trying to type lol.
Does anyone know, or know of books or websites that would have this type of information?
I did find that on kellymom, but it seems more like a guess based on how much a mother breastfeeding an infant needs and that's better than nothing. I also would like to know how much protein and calcium, all that good stuff, because sometimes I feel like I'm probably not getting enough. I know my daughter is getting the good stuff, but I want to try to be healthy myself too.
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