vrojapu wrote: »
OK my OMAD peeps, I just managed to almost OMAD for a whole week and I'm down 2 lbs - yay!! I say almost OMAD because on 2 days I had a protein snack before going to bed. I'm already feeling soooo much better, it's unbelievable! I didn't think I would be able to do it for more than 2 days, but now I'm reasonably sure I can keep this up. Thanks everyone for being so inspirational and motivational -- just reading your posts keeps me energized!
kittygonzalez3511 wrote: »
Hi Everyone, I'm Kitty.
I believe I currently weight between 112kg and 115kg (I currently don't have my scales with me)
I am 5ft 7 inches
I have been bulimic in my past, my eating problems started as a child as a way to cope with childhood abuse.
I still have issues with emotional eating, and will use food for any reason to comfort me.
I would like to be 85kg.
I am starting TODAY! 19th Dec 2015 (so I don't have to face a new years resolution next year...hahah)
What has brought me to OMAD? Nothing else just seems realistic, or something I want to do for the rest of my life.
Im starting to get acid reflux (with extreme bad chest pains, and it bloody hurts!!) Its literally a struggle to get out of bed, when did my body get so hard to move?? My left pinky toe suddenly has no feeling in it, My left hip hurts ALOT. My only HUGE winter jacket is starting to get too tight, and that is NOT good.
I cant stop eating and eating and eating. Im so ashamed of my size.
How can I start my own post on this group so I can be accountable for myself, and ask for help ect and write my thoughts??
arguablysamson wrote: »
The battleground is in your mind. There will be tough times, but roll right through it and pretend nothing is wrong and you'll get through it. After you've done it a while, you'll get "in the zone" and feel just fine with what for the near future may seem pretty tough. It's all a matter of adjustment. Just keep rolling!
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