Yes, some things happen only once (like the time I bought belly pork because it was reduced - don't ever do that, unless you don't mind discovering that you've just eaten about 600 calories, 66% of which are fat - something like that, anyway.) Some things are planned, like the very occasional portion of fish and chips from the chip shop - and sometimes it's just plain lack of control. But most times I consider whether something's worth the calories before I eat them. And I tend to keep some portion controlled treats in the house for emergencies!!
Fitness Minutes: (298,927)
3/10/14 2:02 A
Yes, it hits me as soon as I eat something "bad." That moment of what did I just do. Suddenly the guilt makes me feel ashamed for loosing to some chips or whatever junk/fast food I ate. Rationally I know that I shouldn't feel guilt to the extent that I sometimes feel but I can't seem to help myself. Even if it is literally just one serving of chips etc. (and I actually counted out the portion) I feel guilty for allowing myself to eat it. I'm not sure if this is "normal" for others or I'm just being to hard on myself for thinking this way.
Far from what I once was but not yet what I'm going to be- unknown
608 Days since: Soda
Fitness Minutes: (1,346)
47 2/20/14 1:56 P
Well, I think we all know what might help - If you don't really know how many calories are in your food or treat: 1. Check 2. Think about it twice, is it really worth it? 3. Bon appetit, or save it for tomorrow
*YOU are the creator of your own destiny*
Pounds lost: 0.0
Fitness Minutes: (76,605)
2/18/14 8:35 P
YES YES YES!!!! Experienced that last week and also this week. I ate 4 pieces of pizza when I was not even hungry,plus apple pie my Mom made for me this week,plus a cream filled doughnut, 1 cookie. Do I feel content??? Only when it was going down, it was the aftermath of anger in me after I was done eating!!! I cannot even give a good excuse of why I did that noshing!!! take care Judy
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