Gotta Get Back On Track

@IvySaysHi (4216)
United States
May 3, 2016 5:15pm CST
My eating habits have been getting messed up because of my emotions. I am definitely an emotional eater and I have been able to fight it up until the embarrassment, sadness, and disappointment that has flooded my emotions and thoughts since my failing the driving test. I need to get back on track with my diet or else all my progress will go down the drain demotivating me further. I have to crack open my healthier/calorie based cook books to see if I can start using them more often and keep my diet and eating habits in check! It will also help with making me a better cook. Do you have any good recipes you'd like to share? Do you use any particular cook books to help keep with a healthy diet?
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@quantum2020 (8366)
• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
3 May 16
You can start by including avocados in your diet. They are very healthy and help reduce cholesterol levels, among other ailments. Eating spimachs, other vegetabes, fruit and nuts is a good start.
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@IvySaysHi (4216)
• United States
3 May 16
I have been eating fruits and nuts. Actually I just started liking avocados too
• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
3 May 16
@IvySaysHi That´s good.Keep on trying them, you´ll see the benefits soon.
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@marlina (62364)
• Canada
3 May 16
I deal with anxiety with eating sweets, so that's not good either. Good luck with starting again.
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@TLilly15 (1184)
• Newport News, Virginia
4 May 16
I will be eating salads, and drinking a lot of water, I have to lose weight to. I have gain alot of weight lately and now I am starting, to eat less because I get tried, of being fat and I can't get, into my clothes.
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@MGjhaud (20802)
• Philippines
4 May 16
i dont cook myself sorry. im also gaining weight which is fine when i look at myself on the mirror but i dont feel good sometimes cause im getting heavier. i sometimes eat less when im not really hungry and drink a lot of water.
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@JudyEv (101135)
• Bunbury, Australia
4 May 16
I don't cook a lot so can't really help. There are bound to be lots of recipes on the web and dozens of cookbooks available. Good luck with your endeavours.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
3 May 16
Maybe cooking with coconut oil instead of other cooking oils? I don't know, just a suggestion. I hope you can get back on track soon.
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@newest1 (298)
4 May 16
just to say hi.. how you?