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Welcome back to a new challenge! After going through many restriction/binge cycles I stumbled onto intuitive eating last October. I went through the steps, read "Brain over Binge" and now I'm completely binge free, and have a much better relationship with food and my body. But now I have to figure out what "normal eating" means for me. Two challenges ago I tried to count kcal again, but that caused binge thoughts, so I quickly stopped (after about 2/3 weeks). BUT all that counting did made one thing clear: my protein intake was really low. So last challenge I
After year of getting ready mentally, I'm finally able to lose the weight I need to lose to get healthy. Last challenge I finally got my BMI below 30. This is a great step towards being healthy. Food as always be a comfort to me, a way to relax. Now I see I don't need food to do this. Yes, sometimes I get thoughts like "I'm so stressed, I need to eat something to calm down" or "I worked so hard today, I deserve this food" or "I feel so bad, some food will make me feel better". But that's just wat they are: thoughts. I see now that I don't need to act on them. I am in charge, not the
I'm back! I had a dream about you guys last night, and I realized how I've missed you. I just sort of dropped out last challenges. No excuses, just life. I've learned a lot the past few months. I've previously mentioned "Life on Tellus". I've follwed her courses, participated in masterclasses and was active on her facebook forum. And the best part: I've succesfully implemented her techniques into my life: bye bye binges Using her techniques I've been able to actually stick to a diet I believe is healthy for me. I've also entered a Diet Bet to give myself extra motivatio