(Closed) Please ignore.

posted 7 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
Member
14496 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Even being petite 105 is slim.  If you are not feeling toned that is something to work on but dieting is NOT needed.  In fact, you may have to eat more of certain foods to go with building muscle.  You should talk to a trainer and a nutritionalist to get you on the right path, right now you are headed down the complete wrong road.  Again, YOU DON”T NEED A DIET.

Post # 4
Member
1523 posts
Bumble bee

It seems like you’re developing an eating disorder. When you’re so obsessed with caloric intake and burning off calories, it can be really unhealthy. How tall are you?? 95 pounds is not a healthy weight for most people unless you’re under 5 feet tall. I think that if you’re looking for help, then you know something is wrong. I would focus on eating healthy and not on caloric intake or your weight or working out until you’re in pain. Try going to a therapist to work out the reasons why you’re focusing so much on the scale. A lot of times it’s something deeper, and it sounds like it can be a lot of things psychologically. You’re not alone though. But really, get some help from a professional if you feel like you can’t stop trying to lose weight.

Post # 5
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59 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Would you be willing to see a nutritionist about the situation? They might be able to shed some light on how much you should be eating. 1,000 calories is a very low amount, so your body might see it as starving itself. I would definitely find a friend or family member to talk to about it with, especially since it seems like you posting here means that you feel that something’s amiss and your husband can’t be there physically with you right now.

Post # 7
Hostess
18644 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Wow sweetie, some of your habits are really scary.  You say you aren’t starving yourself but when you eat less than 1,000 calories in a day, that is what your body thinks and it holds onto food for dear life.  I think you need to stop the ‘diet’ and don’t count the calories of your food.  Maybe go see a nutritionist for guidelines so it’s out of your hands what you eat and you get a better idea about what you should be eating.  I think you need someone who is objective and doesn’t play into your fantasy here.  The fact that you think your husband will want you to stop speaks volumes.

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