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nickcounty HOW MUCH CAn U BENCH?! 5h

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kill_es My afternoon snack I had a bad hinge the last night. I am not feeluling very well today and everything inside my head sreams for salty, greasy and unhealthy food It is so hard to stay strong
#bingeeatingdisorderrecovery #bingeeating #bingerecovery #nopainnogain #snack #foodporn #dailyfood #discipline #edrecovery #healthylifestyle #healthygirl #healthyfood #workhard #emotionaleating #edfamily #recovery #fat2fit #unhealthy #organic #gesund #veggielover #veggies #fightbulimia #greentea #coffee
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  •   recoverforsomeday You've got this! Coming back from a binge is never easy, but I know you can do it! I always get the worst unhealthy food cravings afterwards. It helps me sometimes to make sure I eat good fats, like nuts or avocado to curb my cravings :) 6h

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suziheart Anyone wondering why I go to #gym so much well here is my explanation. In an extremely short period of time I gained a lot of #weight due to #depression, #laziness and #emotionaleating. Our bodies are a #reflection of how we treat ourselves and I was abusing myself physically. Why do I work so hard – because I will NEVER allow myself to go back to what I was. I have lost 17.5 kgs to date and 14.5% #bodyfat to date. I am the happiest I have ever been and learning to treat my body with #respect. Every day is about bettering myself – willing and pushing to make #magic happen because I know it WILL happen if i remain #disciplined, #dedicated and as long as I #desire it. When I have days I ask myself why I do this crazy #gym #workouts, eating the way I do I just think back to how rotten I felt when I was bigger and unhappy and the unlimited #potential I can achieve. We all have choices in how we react to circumstances and I will never give up fighting for my dreams no matter how much time it takes – change your attitude – change your life! Peace xoxo #fitness #bodytransformation #journeytothestage #exercise #progressisprogress #fitinspiration #neverquit #nevergiveup #dreambig #staycommitted #progresspic #bestversionofme #worknmyassoff #motivation #focused #keeponkeepingon 17h

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bloomingintowellness I've painted my nails a lot at night Are there other things that have helped you not eat out of boredom? 19h

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rsuttonnyc The DEVIL in this house!!! #pringles #badchoices #emotionaleating 23h

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insatiabie Ok @cravingthirty I'm not really looking to be chosen but I do have a way that I overcame emotional eating that I have learned from my recovery from anorexia & bulimia.
I found that simply confronting what is making me uncomfortable helped the most. I was always afraid of bothering people or being confronted if I tried to speak up about things, but eventually came to terms with the fact that whatever outcome it has, it would be better then the result of my bingeing and purging to try and avoid the feelings in the first place. No progress is made and you're left feeling worse.
I also had to stop and really try to find the roots of my emotional eating and what I was trying to numb/avoid/distract myself from. I found that being alone was a trigger for past traumatic experiences, and when I thought people were mad at me or I was being excluded from things. It took a while to figure myself out, and I'm still learning new things each day to help myself reclaim my healthy relationship with food.

I had to learn that food wasn't my friend, wasn't a cure for loneliness or too much time on my hands, and that it would only make me more stressed.

#craving30interviews
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Normal Amanda ⌯ Cravings Conoisseur
cravingthirty Sooo, I didn't get a response when I announced this earlier this week so I'm going to try again. If you have suffered from emotional eating + have developed tools to overcome it, I'd love to interview you! Repost any image of mine, explain why you'd like to be chosen, tag @cravingthirty + #craving30interviews /// I'll be choosing 5 people on FRIDAY 1d

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bloomingintowellness Instead of beating ourselves up or trying to use willpower to control our eating, we need to understand the underlying reasons that might be leading to excess weight. What's missing in our lives...what's out of balance in our relationships, our careers, our finances that is leading us to use food and hold onto to extra weight? 1d

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marta_evolution I don't really feel like going to work today yesterday evening I had my dinner out, and as you remember from my previous posts I am not obsessing over being 100% of the time on track! I don't care about that! I allow myself a couple of "cheat meals" a week because my main goal is balance in food and life. It is no longer a matter of diet and getting "thin", it is now a matter of being healthy outside AND inside, overcoming binge eating. I want to have a normal life like normal people do, that's what I am working for! 🌞#fit #fitfam #fitness #obese #obesity #binge #bingeeating #diet #healthylifestyle #cardio #weighttraining #strenghttraining #nomorebinge #muscles #abs happyness #happy #emotionaleating #howtomanageemotionaleating 2d

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elevate_vitality I just came across this pic from an article on @ivillage website. Amazing!!!! If you get my newsletters, this will mean even more to you after reading the email I sent yesterday.
And just so you know, to everyone who responded to my email yesterday - I am blown away! Thank you.
I'm replying to each of you wonderful ladies individually. Your emails made me smile, laugh, and cry. True story.
Happy weekend beauties xxxxx

#bodyimage #selfesteem #emotionaleatinf
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em_stirling We can all relate to this at some point!!! #damnyoubordemeating #emotionaleating 2d

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limitless_fit_couple Emotional Eating. What is it? & What to do to STOP it.
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  •   limitless_fit_couple We often turn to food for comfort, stress relief, or as a reward, but emotional eating usually makes you feel worse Afterward, not only does the original emotional issue remain, but you also feel guilty for overeating! Learning to recognize your emotional eating triggers is the first step to breaking free from food cravings and compulsive overeating.

    Emotional hunger can be powerful. As a result, it’s easy to mistake it for physical hunger. But there are clues you can look for that can help you tell physical and emotional hunger apart: •Emotional hunger comes on suddenly. It hits you in an instant and feels overwhelming and urgent. Physical hunger, on the other hand, comes on more gradually. The urge to eat doesn’t feel as demand for instant satisfaction (unless you haven’t eaten for a very long time). •Emotional hunger craves specific comfort foods. When you’re physically hungry, almost anything sounds good—including healthy stuff like vegetables. But emotional hunger craves cheesecake or pizza, and nothing else will do?! Right? •Emotional hunger often leads to mindless eating. Before you know it, you’ve eaten a whole bag of chips or an entire pint of ice cream without really paying attention or fully enjoying it. When you’re eating in response to physical hunger, you’re typically more aware of what you’re doing. •Emotional hunger isn’t satisfied once you’re full. You keep wanting more and more, often eating until you’re uncomfortably stuffed. Physical hunger, on the other hand, doesn't need to be stuffed. You feel satisfied when your stomach is full. •Emotional hunger isn’t located in the stomach. Rather than a growling belly or a pang in your stomach, you feel your hunger as a craving you can’t get out of your head. You’re focused on specific textures, tastes, and smells. •Emotional hunger often leads to regret, guilt, or shame. When you eat to satisfy physical hunger, you’re unlikely to feel guilty or ashamed because you’re simply giving your body what it needs. If you feel guilty after you eat, it's likely because you know deep down that you’re not eating for nutritional reasons. 2d
  •   limitless_fit_couple Diets so often fail because they offer logical nutritional advice.., as if the only thing keeping you from eating right is knowledge. But that kind of advice only works if you have conscious control over your eating habits. It doesn’t work when emotions hijack the process, demanding an immediate payoff with food.

    In order to stop emotional eating, you have to find other ways to fulfill yourself emotionally

    Some Alternatives to emotional eating are: •If you’re depressed or lonely, call someone who always makes you feel better, play with your dog or cat.
    •If you’re anxious, expend your nervous energy by dancing to your favorite song, squeezing a stress ball, or taking a brisk walk.
    •If you’re exhausted, treat yourself with a hot cup of tea, take a bath, light some scented candles, or wrap yourself in a warm blanket.
    •If you’re bored, read a good book, watch a comedy show, explore the outdoors, or turn to an activity you enjoy

    Easier said than done though BUT

    The best way I have to analyze and determine eating cues is to add an extra column to a food log. In addition to writing down what foods are eaten during the day, the time of day should be noted along with how you’re feeling at the time (maybe even what you’re doing at the time, such as watching television or sitting at your desk at work).
    As a result of including the additional information, you should start to see specific patterns develop.
    Once you know the WHY look at the WHAT
    So after some brief food log analysis we’ve determined WHY you’re eating, now let’s discuss WHAT you’re eating.
    A great first step is removing yourself from the situation. Get outside and take a walk. Leave the house, leave the kitchen.
    Whatever you have to do, start coping in a different way.
    Do you have a friend or family member you can vent to? Do it! Call them! Do you feel better with journaling? Get out your pen and paper, go sit outside, and write your feelings down instead of feeding them! Do you like support groups? Join one – they are all over social media sites like for free. 2d
  •   limitless_fit_couple Another great option, especially if you’re aware that you are an emotional eater, is to keep yourself on a pretty strict nutrition plan while you work on addressing your emotional eating binges.
    Also funneling your feelings into something productive, such as exercise is GREAT for you. Maybe you get yourself to a kick boxing class instead of having a snack? You may THINK you’re hungry, but once you’ve worked out your issues on the bag, you no longer feel that way.
    Or throw some sneakers on and go running! if you’re still hungry when you’re covered in sweat it really might be time for a healthy snack

    Excuses or Solutions? YOU Decide! 2d
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katiepeyton_healthcoach Happy Friday!!! If you have big plans tonight or this weekend that involve foods that aren't going to help you towards your goals- you don't have to have them! Just because your family is indulging doesn't mean you HAVE to. If you consciously want that food, GREAT, but make the choice for yourself. . #limitlessyouhc #gethealthy #getfit #cravings #bestyou #confidence #cleaneating #changemybody #determination #eatclean #emotionaleating #fitlife 2d

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aeiomom There was a period of several years in my late twenties where I was starving myself. If you knew me then, yes you saw me eat...but only lunch. Weight wise I was the smallest I had ever been and to me that was great

WRONG..I felt miserable, tired..my hair fell out..my skin broke out..I would get winded going up stairs. I was NOT healthy.

Redefine healthy...don't buy into the lie that you have to be a certain size or a certain weight..NOT TRUTH!!
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