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First day of no s ruined! Red marks for me :( advice pls?

 
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Ruthiebaby



Joined: 04 Mar 2018
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Location: Letchworth, England

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:39 pm    Post subject: First day of no s ruined! Red marks for me :( advice pls? Reply with quote

I did really well until the afternoon. I'm a stay at home mum and been hopelessly binge eating everyday for ages. I've always been a bit food obsessed but most of the Time i really don't even enjoy it.

Anyway, this was my first day and I was looking forward to it! But this afternoon I was having a real energy slump and started daydreaming about low carb and wondering if my portion was too big etc and then gave in and let myself get sloppy. I had a few almonds. A few grapes. A cheesy baked potato woth beans (I wasn't hungry and it easy a big portion at all) now I feel gutted..

Do the slumps pass? Do things get easier/ better. I guess the nbest I can do is learn from today. There was all great bit jn the book about failure.

Encouragement and advice would be sooooooo appreciated x
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vetris



Joined: 10 Mar 2018
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Location: Washington, DC

PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2018 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am definitely not an expert by any means since I started the No S bandwagon about a year ago and have been lurking ever since! I can tell you that it does get easier and to not get discouraged. Your body is habituated to having food readily available for snacking and that habit is hard to break.

What I actually did is I carry around a giant water bottle and every time I start feeling hungry when it's not one of the three major meals I take a big swig of water. I had been snacking a lot and realized that it was just habit to eat when I had it around, so I just substituted that habit with something healthier!
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