mistymeadows2005 wrote: »
I also am a binge eater, and I hate to tell ya this but nothing will magically make that disappear except therapy and mental work. BUT OMAD feeds right into the natural tendencies of it, and allows you actually feel SATIATED. If you're anything like me, eating tiny meals a few times a day is MISERABLE because I want volumes of food. That sounds awful, but it's the truth that I've accepted. And managed to go from 212-about 150 with OMAD So my weights are very similar to yours (though I'm a bit taller, 5'7".
I wish I had advice for the stress relieving exercise, but I find all exercise stressFUL so I'm no help lmao
volgirl1322 wrote: »
Welcome! This is a great group to belong too. I would encourage you to start you own thread and read some of the other threads to get you started. All of Joe's videos are exceptional! I have never been a binge eater, but in the past boredom or stress would make me increase my food and not in a healthy way (chocolate sweets etc). Doing OMAD has really made me slow down, pay close attention to my food choices. I am honest about my food now, instead of hiding it. If I want a burger and fries, and that is my OMAD meal ---then so be it. I am not one to do low carb (but some here do and that works for them) for me it doesn't so I don't do it. With OMAD it isn't all or nothing, it is one meal, one plate at a time, period. I have done this for a while and still have about 20lbs to go, maybe 25 not sure yet. But, when I started this journey and at my heaviest I was around 230 or 235. As of last week I was down to 175.
We all realize the "struggle is real" and we are all here to cheer you on!!
Again, welcome and best of luck!!
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