It’s been a while since I’ve been on here. My computer took a dump and I haven’t had the money to replace it, but I got a new phone so I’m back. I also had a lot of things going on with me and I kind of lost control of my life. Again. But I’m fixing my life. I’m seeing 2 doctors and am on meds for my depression, anxiety, panic attacks, etc. Its a slow long journey but its a step. Of course I have not told either of them about my history with eating disorders. I’m not looking to get fixed there. Its under control and I’m being healthy. That’s all that matters.
I’ve put on about ten pounds since I left. Weighed in at 158 this morning. Fucking disgusting. But I’m doing good on my diet, allowing myself a 500 calorie budget a day. Of course I try and work off as much of that as I can and I’m doing well the whole 4 days I’ve been back on track. But its a step. I’m learning patientce. Not sure how it’s working yet =\ but anyways. I’m on the way to being happy. Goal as of now is 120, we’ll see how I feel then.
Im not trying to go anorexic, because thats not an option for me. Im 15, so I see my family daily and they would know if something was up. I weighed in at 200 pounds on Jan. 8th and im 5'7. I now weigh 175, but Im stuck at a plateau and I just cant seem to shed the 50 more pounds i want to lose, I think that 5'7 and 120sh would be a good weight once I get down to it. Anyways, I just was wondering, do you think the cabbage soup diet would help me lose 50-60 pounds in 9-12 weeks? Even if it sucks
First i have to say people don’t “go” anorexic. An eating disorder is not a choice. Nobody in their right mind would choose to have a disease. That being said I’m not completely sure about the specifics of the cabbage soup diet. I’ve never tried it and not learned much about it. If you’re looking to lose weight a sure fire way to do it is diet and exercise. Stick to healthy foods, fruit, vegetables, poultry and eggs. And never fill your plate more than half full. At dinner, one part meat, one part starch (potato) and 2 parts veggies. Stay light on fatty additives like butter or mayo, and don’t add salt. Switching your eating habits is half the battle. And I suggest working out 5 days a week. some people say less, but it only takes 2-3 days to fall out of a habit, so I try not to stop for more than 2 days in a row. Weightless is a journey and there’s no shortcut to the prize. More often than not fad diets don’t work. You just need to learn to control portions and make smarter meal choices. You’ve lost 25 pounds so far, I’m sure you can go the rest of the way. Good lick!
So I went m.i.a. for a bit, but I’m back now. My best friend and roommate has been in the hospital fir some pretty serious surgery, and we waited a week and a half to find out if she had cancer, it’s been rough. Thankfully there’s no cancer, but a tough 2 months of recovery. Been stressed with all this, pretty sure I put on a bit if weight. Probably 153? But I’m back now, and gotta get my fat ass in gear. My birthday is in 29 days. One pound a day, I hope to be 125-130 by then. I’d be happy with that. I had soup fir lunch, 275, and I’m making steamed veggies in garlic sauce for dinner, 120. 395 for the day. Can’t complain.