Eating disorder issues

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emmavaudet
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by emmavaudet on Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:41 pm

Eating disorder issues

I'm a binge eater
I use to be slim when i was young. So, i didn't really care what I could eat as I would never get fat.
But i'm growing up now and I see that if i keep eating like that i'm getting fatter and fatter. I hate it.
Especially because i used to be very slim.
So I'm sometimes doing diet but after few days, I stop and I eat again. Not vegetables or fish but chocolate or crisps. I start feel guilty and hate myself then I do a diet again and again.
Its a vicious circle as I can't stop it at the end. any recommendation?

sabinelewis
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by sabinelewis on Tue Feb 21, 2017 3:20 pm

Re: Eating disorder issues

hi emmavaudet
I'm sorry to see that no one replied to your post. I believe that lots of people have the same problem as you. We are surrounded by food advert everywhere and its almost impossible to avoid them.
I recommend you to be more confident with yourself.
If needed , go to see a nutritionist.
Drink a lot of water and go to the sport center. Dont focus too much on loosing weight quickly. Try to be healthy and results will come at same time.
I wish you a good luck

ashleyjackson
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by ashleyjackson on Sun Jan 21, 2018 6:13 pm

Re: Eating disorder issues

Hi
I totally agree with sabinelewis.
Do exercise to keep fit and take advice from a nutritionist.
Thanks!!

salmarahman94
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by salmarahman94 on Wed Apr 04, 2018 3:51 pm

Re: Eating disorder issues

sabinelewis wrote:sabinelewis
I agree with you sabinelewis, however, I have to add some issues eating lots of green vegetables and fresh fruits, sleep at least 8 hours daily and do some light or intense aerobic exercises.

Emma_Jones
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by Emma_Jones on Wed Jul 04, 2018 6:12 pm

Re: Eating disorder issues

I would like to share the technique suggested to me by my dietitian, with the help of it I have I lost eight pounds within the 1st month.

There is one resolution to your this food carving problem.
First, commit to yourself that you will never go on a diet again and you'll eat the only that food which likes. Here's the trick: if you recognize that you need not diet again and you can relish your favorite foods, and you continue to wish to be healthy/somewhat slim, you're nearly forcing yourself to vary your lifestyle.

You have just to make a small change in your diets like rather than eating a burger and fries; you have to eat a burger and a facet dish. Similarly, instead of having cooked fish and mashed potatoes, you'll have cooked fish with veggies. This way you can eat your favorite food and lose weight too.

sumita12sofat
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by sumita12sofat on Thu Apr 25, 2019 7:51 am

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You need to change your diets. You must add healthy fat in your diet.

arvbuttar
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by arvbuttar on Tue May 28, 2019 6:51 pm

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Hi,
I don't think dieting is the best way to lose weight. In my opinion, eat a healthy diet and do exercise on a regular basis to keep fit.
Thanks.

katebrownell
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by katebrownell on Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:18 pm

Re: Eating disorder issues

Reducing a big amount of food for your daily plate also results in an eating disorder. So it is better to reduce food gradually and also need to take a standard amount of food rich of nutrients. Else you will be weak.

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