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pierinifitnesspierinifitness Posts: 2,345Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,345Member, Premium Member
. . . about the amount of food you USED to eat, what thoughts come to your mind?
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  • jan110144jan110144 Posts: 996Member, Premium Member Posts: 996Member, Premium Member
    I think the biggest changes for me have not been in the amount but in the quality of my choices. My plate looks as full as it ever did, just with different things. Many more vegetables, minimal sweets, no processed food, etc.
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Posts: 225,086Member, Premium Member Posts: 225,086Member, Premium Member
    No wonder I put on weight :#
  • raleighgirl09raleighgirl09 Posts: 194Member, Premium Member Posts: 194Member, Premium Member
    Less poop
  • pierinifitnesspierinifitness Posts: 2,345Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,345Member, Premium Member
    My thoughts: disgusting and I’d like to kick myself in my big behind if I could and it still was.
  • MadisonMolly2017MadisonMolly2017 Posts: 4,415Member Member Posts: 4,415Member Member
    Regret, lack of knowledge, didn’t have life in balance, didn’t realize the health effects (head firmly wedged in sand)

    Grateful I’ve turned it all around. Every. Single. Day.
  • LivingtheLeanDreamLivingtheLeanDream Posts: 12,419Member Member Posts: 12,419Member Member
    ....how come I wasn't fatter!
  • sardelsasardelsa Posts: 8,377Member Member Posts: 8,377Member Member
    I did pretty good overall. Except for a few periods of undereating and losing too much weight.
  • ceiswynceiswyn Posts: 2,134Member Member Posts: 2,134Member Member
    I think, in its entirety, "...wow."

    I also kind of miss the feeling of just letting go and eating until I feel 'full'. But the amount of food that would take is... not something I consider worth it anymore. (Unless I'm having a bad MH day but let's not even go there)
  • Ssssss666666Ssssss666666 Posts: 563Member Member Posts: 563Member Member
    jan110144 wrote: »
    I think the biggest changes for me have not been in the amount but in the quality of my choices. My plate looks as full as it ever did, just with different things. Many more vegetables, minimal sweets, no processed food, etc.

    Same
  • cwolfman13cwolfman13 Posts: 36,927Member Member Posts: 36,927Member Member
    I never really had a problem with over-eating. I put my weight on really slowly over years...about 40 Lbs over the course of 8 years or so. My biggest thing was going from being very active and working retail and landscape construction to taking a desk job and I rarely did deliberate exercise.

    My diet on the whole is more nutritious than it used to be, but that's really the only change and I exercise regularly now.
    edited June 24
  • HoneyBadger155HoneyBadger155 Posts: 1,378Member Member Posts: 1,378Member Member
    ...how inactive my daily life has become. I put the weight on with less and less active jobs, until I had the full time desk job. Deliberate exercise couldn't make up for the drop in activity levels, and even extra daily movement couldn't come close to making up for it.

    It's less what I ate and more about how much I burned (but haven't for a number of years). My eating habits didn't change too much, but my activity changed dramatically, and I didn't adjust my eating.

    Still working on getting back there, I don't have it down yet.
  • psychod787psychod787 Posts: 2,658Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,658Member, Premium Member
    That I would become too lean! After being class 3 obese. From eating funyuns and code red, to no added sugar and no added fat! That I would have to regain my intentionally! Scary stuff!
  • k8eekinsk8eekins Posts: 2,163Member Member Posts: 2,163Member Member
    . . . about the amount of food you USED to eat, what thoughts come to your mind?
    • Should've time-tabled my sedentary stuck-at-the-desk extensive hours
    • Should've been more active and moved more before and after work hours
    • Should not have stopped my outdoor fitness & social life norms
    • Should not have cut-off my active friends circle, meeting for lunch, quick cuppas and soirees
    • Should have done more DIY, Home-cooking Vs Home deliveries
    • Should've applied portion-control and eaten more regularly
  • hroderickhroderick Posts: 756Member Member Posts: 756Member Member
    i blame mama
  • ahimes39ahimes39 Posts: 63Member Member Posts: 63Member Member
    That unless I track every day, I could easily eat that way again. (Healthy meals and too many sugary treats.)
  • brenn24179brenn24179 Posts: 1,796Member Member Posts: 1,796Member Member
    I deal with things a lot better, emotional eater, I had rather eat than deal and the problems didnt go away. I would eat and had the problems and fat also, not good. Now I dont numb myself and work thru things. Much better life physically and emotionally.
  • OooohToastOooohToast Posts: 257Member Member Posts: 257Member Member
    Thats an awful lot of fat to eat........(still think its yummy though)
    edited June 25
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