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Binge Eating Disorder

#1

Karen

Serial Foodie!
S: 19st7lb C: 18st2lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 49.6 Loss: 1st5lb(6.96%)
#2
that is SO me without a shadow of a doubt. thanks for posting that dom x
 

c2b

Regular Member
#4
OMG They could have been talking about me. I am currently under control having been doing the paul mckenna thing since last year.
I love the fact that Binge Eating Disorder ....B.E.D :D
 

Kath

Water water everywhere
#6
After reading that I definitely have B.E.D when I eat food. Not that I do eat food at the moment so am fully in control whilst in SS.

Hopefully I'll never return to that...
 
#7
Unfortunately this def sounds like me too. I have/had terrible bingeing problems which i sure are caused by years of dieting. Although i was over weight before i was never a bringer until i started to diet :mad:

Have started to Follow the Paul Mckenna book and although its very early days im feeling a lot better about food and havent binged once since starting. Its also helped my boredom eating tremendously :)

Fiona xx
 
#8
I haven't binged once since reading this thread two weeks ago, going to the web page and then discussing this with my husband who was blissfully unaware. Since then I haven't followed a diet plan. I have eaten what I feel i need when I need it and kept closely to Gi principles. I have lost up to 7lbs since then, the 7lbs that had gone back on partly due to compulsive and binge eating resurfacing.

Fingers crossed this will hold out for me. Acceptance of the problem seems to have helped relieve the stress and not feeling tied to a plan has helped too.

Good Luck all.

Dizzy x
 

Kath

Water water everywhere
#9
I haven't binged once since reading this thread two weeks ago, going to the web page and then discussing this with my husband who was blissfully unaware. Since then I haven't followed a diet plan. I have eaten what I feel i need when I need it and kept closely to Gi principles. I have lost up to 7lbs since then, the 7lbs that had gone back on partly due to compulsive and binge eating resurfacing.

Fingers crossed this will hold out for me. Acceptance of the problem seems to have helped relieve the stress and not feeling tied to a plan has helped too.

Good Luck all.

Dizzy x
Dizzy well done on the weight loss! Have you gone from a VLCD or have you always been on GI?

Kathx
 
#10
Hello Kath

Most of my weightloss was Cambridge Diet, which was fab for me, taking food out of the equation! I struggled since and have been trying to follow Gi diet with ediets I love the Gi food and principles but was slipping and so were the scales upwards. Hopefully I'm back on track now and feel like I will be able to maintain too. Your losses are phenomenal Kath they really are!

Dizzy x
 

Kath

Water water everywhere
#11
Hello Kath

Most of my weightloss was Cambridge Diet, which was fab for me, taking food out of the equation! I struggled since and have been trying to follow Gi diet with ediets I love the Gi food and principles but was slipping and so were the scales upwards. Hopefully I'm back on track now and feel like I will be able to maintain too. Your losses are phenomenal Kath they really are!

Dizzy x
You've done well to get back on track Dizzy before you slipped too far. Although I doubt we ever slip too far do we really, we're never too far from the wagon really.

I'm really struggling now and I've had enough, my head is all over the place and I'm desperate to stop sole sourcing :(
 

AmandaJayne

Trainee Maintainer
#12
I was so pleased to hear how you have been doing, Dizzy. Long may it continue. Please do keep us updated from time to time with your experiences. They could be a real support to someone struggling.

AJ
 


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