diet problems

Thursday, January 19, 2012

lately I'm having diet problems. It's always been a problem for me to undereat but I increased my calories when I decided I wanted to start working out harder. Now I seem to be making really poor food choices, almost like a binge at least once a day and then I won't eat at all after that. I start off well and then at some point I just want to eat everything in the house to the point I'm sick. My weight is staying the same because I constantly work out but I just want to eat more consistantly and better choices. I use to not have a problem being hungry but now I hate it. It's frustrating to go from one extreme to another. I know I have to eat around 800 cals to have good workouts but latley it's climbing up to 1100 which makes me sick. All i'm doing is exersicing to get rid of the food I ate the day before. It has to stop, I know I have the strength to do it. so right now I'm going to say no more binges, no more starving, just healthy choices.
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    That's the attitude! emoticon This is a journey and old habits and thoughts do their best to hold on, but stick to you plans, stay focused on your goals, check out your food tracker and see if something once removed is creeping back on it. If you keep a journey, re-read the last few entries to see if there's something on your mind or an event that's happened/is happening that needs to be dealt with (this is where I usually find my reset to the old default button). On the lighter side, you are recovering from being ill where it is characteristic to eat very little. Regardless, I keep those those healthy snack prepped and handy...I never know what part of the mental garden my mind will wonder as you move from one extreme to another. emoticon
    2346 days ago
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