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My goal weight had always been 135
Pounds or kg?

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Old 07.10.2015, 22:28
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Re: binge eating

You eat binges? Was that a typo?
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Old 08.10.2015, 09:21
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Re: binge eating

What I do is when I come across chocolate I eat a fruit or something healthy or a glass of water so fast that I end up forgetting about the fat foods
I also combine a bit of chocolate with a fruit
I also been really enjoying thinly sliced apples sprinkled with himalaya salt delicious and healthy
If I'm on a diet I control it by saying thinking " I can have all the delicious fat foods when I'm thin . The foods aren't going to dissapear today . They will always exist


Last but not least I tend to think of how all that food is processed and how I end up feeling after it guilty and bad stomach Etc so then I avoid it
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Old 08.10.2015, 09:27
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If I'm on a diet I control it by saying thinking " I can have all the delicious fat foods when I'm thin . The foods aren't going to dissapear today
And then you become fat again and diet again. Hmmmmm not convinced that's the best way forward.
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Old 08.10.2015, 09:45
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Re: binge eating

No but it will make you get used to the healthy foods before you know it the OP's binging will be all forgotten
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Re: binge eating

...eating is part of life and we are alkaline by design...but all functions produce acid...if not eliminated threw breathing, urine, bowels and skin the acids will be pushed into the connective tissue and somewhere down the line the body will have no other option as to degenerate causing symptoms of disease...
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Re: binge eating

Somebody's due for a Biochemistry lesson. On a second thought, let's start you slow - Organic Chemistry for you, and after you learn the basics (and the acids), proceed to Biochem.
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Eating healthy is part of life .
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Somebody's due for a Biochemistry lesson. On a second thought, let's start you slow - Organic Chemistry for you, and after you learn the basics (and the acids), proceed to Biochem.
Hi "FunnyBone" I never know who is sending bright replies on this Forum - for all I know...well all I know is that your a "FunnyBone" BUT WHAT I DO KNOW IS...they seem to come out of frustration...but if you know it all better...then give us all your bright science!

and don't forget all those symptoms which just kind of appear - Cancer, Alzheimer, Stroke...or just the more "smaller" ones...like acid reflux...and end up as something bigger if not attended...

Well really this thread is about "binge eating"...this girl is English origin and suffered with binge eating till she got symptoms; http://www.detox-your-life.com/
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...eating is part of life and we are alkaline by design...but all functions produce acid...if not eliminated threw breathing, urine, bowels and skin the acids will be pushed into the connective tissue and somewhere down the line the body will have no other option as to degenerate causing symptoms of disease...
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Re: binge eating

Forgot to add: if going to a doctor or counselor seems too overwhelming, you could start by asking a friend to regularly meet up with you for walks/jogging/cooking.
Having a fitness/health buddy is so much more motivating than doing it all on your own.

It's really admirable that you have set yourself a weight goal and I'm wishing you the best in attaining that. However, I think it's more important to find a diet that works for you in the long run and doesn't deprive you of nutrients, than restricting calories to lose weight.

Might also want to consider mindfulness apps that help you with things like charting eating habits and figuring out your triggers.
Wishing you well.

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One thing that comes to mind is buying foods that you can eat a lot of, without feeling guilty afterward, e.g. fruits, veggies, "Studentenfutter".. On the long run it would be helpful to see someone to help you figure out what caused the binge eating in the first place. Perhaps something in the direction of cognitive behavioral therapy. Another thing is making sure you limit intake of foods that make you only crave more (fatty foods , junk foods, sugary foods). Maybe a diet coach could help.
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Re: binge eating

Udo Erasmus "Fat's that heal and Fat's that kill" may give some answers...after all it's education not medication

http://www.udoerasmus.com/articles/udo/weight_mgmt.htm
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Re: binge eating

Thanks all. I will to do more exercise and eat less fatty foods.
I will according the doctor's advice to lose weight. I will succeed. efforts!
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Old 11.10.2015, 17:20
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Re: binge eating

Forget all the other advise you have been given, for get all diets and foods and what not, as long as the switch in your head hasnīt been pulled nothing will change and no eat this or eat that or eat less or whatever will help.
What will help is if you get in touch with adipositas in Rohrschach, Kanton St. Gallen. They are the experts.
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Forget all the other advise you have been given, for get all diets and foods and what not, as long as the switch in your head hasnīt been pulled nothing will change and no eat this or eat that or eat less or whatever will help.
What will help is if you get in touch with adipositas in Rohrschach, Kanton St. Gallen. They are the experts.
And when you (OP)'re done, write a cool post like slammer did

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Uuurah! 148 Kilos on the scales at the gym today, for the first time in a decade the scales didn't go "OL." or "ERR." that's a permanent loss of 86 Kilos in five years, mind over matter and iron willpower, "it's impossible" they said, "you can't do it" they said, "nobody has that kind of willpower" they said…..!
Well in your fat face Adipositas Zentrum Rorschach, Kanton SG
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Re: binge eating

I undertook a significant diet and it was quite successful. It's not a one-time diet- but a healthier way of living.
Food advice:
1. Make sure not to buy anything that you shouldn't be eating.
2. Do make a point of buying something "bad" like chocolate in discretion - i.e. once a week or so and in small quantity.
3. Always have plenty of "safe" food around. I eat tomatoes and cottage cheese, and it fills me up quite nicely.
4. When you're eating in a restaurant or workplace canteen, eat all salad, meats, vegetables, but leave 1/2 of the pasta/rice/fries in the plate.
No dessert.
5. Eat fruit once a day- again, not a banana.
6. Pay attention to your body and adjust your nutrition accordingly.
I had fragile fingernails. After starting to eat a few roasted peanuts every day, it went away (peanuts are the richest food source of Biotin).
7. Make a habit, whenever you're engaged in activities which lead to binge eating, to drink unsweetened tea and nothing more.
8. No sweetened soft drinks- water is the way to go.
Coffee- without any sugar.
9. Eat bread in discretion.
10. A little bit of honey is healthy. One teaspoon a day should be okay, but no need to spread it on a bread loaf.

Fitness advice:
Have at least some kind of fitness activities. Walking is better than no activity at all.
Don't follow the rule that low pulse equals fat burning (fat burning zone)- it's BS.
When you workout in higher pulse (cardio zone) you burn less fat in percentages, but you actually burn more fat in absolute numbers, which is what you're after

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