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Old 12-13-2018, 02:14 PM
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Default Re: Daily Check In Thread for those with an eating disorder of any kind #2

My running shoes died today Had to get a new pair. Spent much less $ on a brand I'd never heard of before, but the shoes felt comfortable enough in the store.

My stomach is very upset, and I think it has to do with the fact that I ate a high protein bar (most of the protein from whey) before going to shop for shoes. Whey protein did mess with me a little in the past (when I was weight training, I drank it every day I weight lifted), but not too bad. However, this is the 2nd time I've had this happen after consuming high whey food post ulcer surgery. I am thinking now I cannot eat/drink things with a lot of whey as now it makes me feel ill and physically uncomfortable. Still, I can drink milk OK or eat yogurt fine. I am thinking it is the high amount of the whey that causes me to have issues. So I still haven't had lunch after 2 PM because my stomach is all upset and gassy and feels overfull. My luck I am digesting this exercise bar super slow too.

How is everyone doing? The board has been quite lately.
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