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Does Eating Junk Food Make Your Butt Bigger
I have a big problem with Wight and every time when I start to stop eating junk food and replace it with healthy food I start to get bored I need help?
Been constipated for 2 days but when I go it looks big and fluffy my doctor told me it was my diet but can lots junk food cause that how do I treat it?
Yes: Yes, there is evidence to suggest that fatty, salty, and/or sugary foods can contribute to subsequent craving for those foods later. The good news is that you can acquire (or re-acquire) a taste for healthy treats too. So for ex. If you like to eat candy a lot, but stop & start in with fresh fruits, you'll soon prefer the natural sweetness of an apple over the artificial sweetness of a lollipop! Read more
Willpower: Hi. I sympathize, but you have to start living a healthy lifestyle if you don't want your unhealthy lifestyle to start catching up with you. It takes commitment, but but many of us have made the choice to live a healthy lifestyle, and love it. Eat healthy foods and exercise regularly FOR LIFE. Don't smoke. It's worth it. Good luck! Read more
Decide: Decide to stop eating it, and pursue nutritional help for a new and healthy eating plan. A good web site to start with is: http://www. Hsph. Harvard. Edu/nutritionsource/healthy-eating-plate/ also, the institute for integrative nutrition has many health coaches who might be able to help you personally. Http://www. Integrativenutrition. Com/alumni/findahealthcoach. Read more
Focus on Goals:
See the following:
http://www. Goallab. Nl/publications/documents/StroebevanKoningsbruggenPapiesAartsin%20pressPsych%20Review. Pdf
Remind yourself of your weight loss or your weight maintenance goal -- or set such a goal if you don't yet have one -- whenever you encounter calorie-rich food that is inconsistent with your goal. Read more
Willpower: Hi. I know it's hard in our society, but many of us are successful in living a healthy lifestyle. I suggest you don't buy junk food, don't keep any in your house, find healthy alternatives and DO keep them in your house, don't eat out much (almost all that food is junk), and exercise regularly. To your healthier lifestyle! Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One option: Clear your home and/or work environment of the junk food. Hide your cash/cards if tempted to drive thru. There are reasons that these foods are craved. If you work with a nutritionist to create a healthy meal plan and stick to it with good fats like nuts, avocado, coconut oil, and healthy proteins and lots of vegetables with some small healthy fruits, you might just lose the temptation. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One option: Clear your home and/or work environment of the junk food. There are reasons that these foods are craved. If you work with a nutritionist to create a healthy meal plan and stick to it with good fats like nuts, avocado, coconut oil, and healthy proteins and lots of vegetables with some small healthy fruits, you might just lose the temptation.... Read more
Budget: Budget how much you can spend on the particular food type and decline free food. Read more
Suit yourself: Life's too short and too difficult already without struggling to live within the strict proscriptions of militants. A sensible diet (avoid the worst grease, sugar and salt) most of the time is useful; binding yourself to avoiding every candy bar or snack chip that you actually want is being obsessive rather than living a healthy lifestyle. A focus on aerobic fitness is even more helpful. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Your choice: You can make the switch to a healthy diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils, low fat milk products any time you wish to. Curtail intake of saturated fats; no tobacco and no more than one drink a day. Exercise 30 minutes/day. It may help to join a support group for reinforcement. Read more
Remove it: Remove it from the house, don't have it readily available. You would have to go out and get it. Make it a chore to get. It shouldn't be an easy task. Read more
Perhaps: If you mean emotional or psychological disorders, yes. People often binge-eat or crave foods with a lot of sugar, salt, or fat when they are depressed or anxious. If you mean learning disabilities, there is no special correlation with eating poorly except for lack of nutritional knowledge and/or poor judgment or impulse control. Read more
How can I be more disciplined with my eating (ie. Less junk food and soda and more of the healthy stuff)?
Small changes: Make small changes and set short, manageable goals. For example, give up one junk food for 2 wks. Find some healthy substitutes. After 2 wks, you may have the less-healthy food again, but only for a special occasion. Give up another one, and keep doing this as you get used to less junk food in your diet. Also add a bit more exercise every 2 wks. Read more
I weighed 171lb. About 2 months later I'm 163lb (now this morning). I have done nothing and for the past week I've been eating junk food, what is wrong?
Check everything!: Involuntary weight loss obligates evaluation--and the list of causes is huge. Be prepared to discuss symptoms and signs you've noticed over the last 2 months with your provider so he/she can better direct what evaluation is immediately appropriate. Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
There is no definition that eating junk food is an eating disorder. But anything in your behavior that affects your health and performance constitutes a problem
so, ask yourself how is your eating junk food affecting your health and life. Read more
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