It can be difficult to overcome binge eating and food addiction. Unlike other addictions, your “drug” is necessary for survival, so you don’t have the option of avoiding it. Instead, you must develop a healthier relationship with food—a relationship that’s based on meeting your nutritional needs,…
After a binge when not in the Fitblr community :
After a binge when in the Fitblr community :
So, this appeared on my dash. Guys I posted this yesterday night.. And now it has like 500+ notes. How. Why. Good. OK. Wow.
- NEVER eat directly from the whole carton, bag or box. Take out your portion and put the rest away.
- For sweets and treats, use small (4 ounce) bowls and cocktail spoons or forks. A half a cup of ice cream or pie will look like a lot more food if you put it in a small bowl, rather than a large…
If you guys are struggling with B.E.D. and don’t know where to start I highly recommend these books! They are easy to read, free, and available online. They are resource I used when figuring out my first steps towards recovery, and each module has questions for you to reflect on your E.D. and…
Whether you’re on a diet, or considering a diet, or trying to lose weight or struggling with food or recovering from an eating disorder or trying to get fit or anything else I haven’t mentioned, this is relevant to you.
When I was at my worst with binge eating, I saw food as the enemy and every…
I used to have those too! I think I would always worry so much about binging and I would do it in my dream and then wake up and be so happy it wasn’t real! Idk how to make them go away.i think they should go away in time as the urge to binge goes away
Don’t focus on the weight first of all! It is most likely because you had a high sodium intake- therefore your body will retain water! That happens to me when I binge! But if you get yourself back on track, drink lots of water, and workout then it should come off quickly!! but don’t focus on that! I know it might seem disappointing but the number on the scale is not important!