Fitness Minutes: (24,302)
2,503 4/14/11 8:42 P
No, that isn't silly. I get like that too. I am hungry, I look in the fridge, the cupboards, and nothing looks appealing to me. I usually just end up eating something because I know I have to. Usually peanut butter toast and hot tea win out when nothing else sounds good.
It sounds a little like you need to be served, rather than making something yourself. Is there a healthy restaurant you could go to, and get something you like?
Self-care while changing your diet is essential. Sometimes this means making things that are fun or visually interesting, not just boring food. When I feel in the doldrums, I try ramping up the "interesting" in a meal.
Eat something you don't usually have. Try something Asian if you haven't had Asian in a while. Or Mexican, or whatever. For a while, I got into Korean food and Bento boxes because they were entertaining. And I'd make the food myself so I knew it'd be healthy.
And btw, Flintstones vitamins are fun. Keep those. Just make sure you're getting enough daily vitamins for an adult!
Fitness Minutes: (931)
182 4/14/11 7:10 P
Ok this is going to sound stupid...
I'm starving it seems like, but every time I go into the kitchen and look at something to eat, I am not into it. I tried looking up recipes, but I'm not into it, nothing sounds even remotely ok. But like I took my vitamins today, and yes this is stupid, they are flintstones vitamins. And I subconsciously tried to get another one, I literally had to put it back in the bottle and tell myself I already had one.
I have had a bad diet today, I ate some chips this morning because my boyfriend brought them into bed with me...(I know you're not supposed to eat in bed, but he does...he's a freak that way, it rubs off onto me) And I ate a special k bar because I know I have to eat something. But..no real food sounds good... what to do?
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