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Old 12-06-2018, 03:21 PM #21
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I thought it was 240???
anyway, you know we need fat in our diet and that is one of the best fats we could eat also.
This is basically a quiet forum so good luck getting any responses to your direct question. Just thought you would like some support.
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This thread is quiet...probably because binging is more about disordered eating and not really dieting.

Right now I am calorie counting and keeping a food log. We will see how it goes.

I sometimes just go out and go off my diet by over-eating. I guess it is just a matter of discipline - to not do that.

Binging is serious and maybe people don't want to talk about it.
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After 5 weeks of dieting...I ate a big dinner tonight and ate a chocolate bar for dessert. I call it my cheat day.
WE have to have this every now and then.
food journaling helps to see where your calories are eaten for sure! good for you! I have used the nutrition site Free Diet Plans at SparkPeople You can track your food items have goals etc. I used that for a long time and It helped.
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I am interested in people who had a habit of mini-binges and how they overcome them.


I am interested in how people deal with hunger.


Am not interested in diet and/or motivational tips as I have that covered.
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I didn't start this as a diet thread and I am not interested in recording every aspect of my weight loss journal. I am more interested in mini binges and how people got over this habit.
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After 5 weeks of dieting...I ate a big dinner tonight and ate a chocolate bar for dessert. I call it my cheat day.
WE have to have this every now and then.
food journaling helps to see where your calories are eaten for sure! good for you! I have used the nutrition site Free Diet Plans at SparkPeople You can track your food items have goals etc. I used that for a long time and It helped.
good luck!
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Having a big dinner isn't a binge. Or even a mini-binge. Please stop trying to turn this into a diet thread because that's not what this thread is about. I think you have your own diet thread where you talk about your weight loss journey.


I just had a few specific questions and would like to bring this thread back on topic. Thanks.
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sorry for high jacking your thread. I noticed that you did not have any responders so thought you might like to have some dialog.
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sorry for high jacking your thread. I noticed that you did not have any responders so thought you might like to have some dialog.
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Maybe binging is a non-topic. Anyway, I think I have established myself on this diet and have the food log, and have solidified my goals...so maybe binging or emotional over-eating is not going to be a problem.


Another reason this thread is not getting much response -- maybe because this is the time of year when people don't want to think about dieting. Binging a little is part of the season.


I can understand this but I didn't want to do that this year. I don't drink alcohol but I do like to eat.



Also sorry but I am not in a good mood. I am severely depressed and it is hard to find discipline in this state. I am going to take a break from Psych Central before I really offend someone!


Good luck with your continued success, especially with staying sober.
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I went for a week without over-eating. The secret was keeping a very honest food log. I lost a couple pounds.


The first few days I was REALLY HUNGRY but that has kind of gone away.
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This is good news!
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Sorry I was such a cry baby on this thread. IDK...I think I wasn't binge eating as much as emotional eating...and once I really confronted that as spoiling my diet...I knew it had to go. I am content with losing 2 pounds a week which will happen with life style change.


I now see I was eating emotionally...when anxious...or stressed...or bored...or from habit.


I was extremely hungry...like starving...but now I'm not. I don't know why but it is good.


Well...I am still a bit hungry...but it is manageable.
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