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4/16/14 8:48 P

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I would encourage lean protein foods and fruits and veggies.

If these binges happen often or are getting in the way of making progress to improve your health---I encourage you to work with an eating counselor/therapist. You may need to process "why" the binges occur, what are the triggers and other ways to deal with these situations instead of turning to food for the "fix"

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4/16/14 8:18 P

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or series of binges? :(

Had four very bad days in a row and I am ready to feel better again. To top things off I am sick (sinus infection) so my body needs to recover from illness as well. I know I need to be drinking lots of water, but are there any foods in particular I should nourish myself with that might help me feel better a little more quickly?

-- Ellen --

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But the greatest of these is SPIRIT.


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