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How To Stop Buying Binge Food
Eat healthy: Alternatives. Try snacking on carrots, celery, pickles, cherry tomatoes, fruits. Even pretzels can help since it's hard to eat too many pretzels! if you fill yourself on healthier snacks it will be easier to fight the junk food cravings. Exercise since it may reduce your appetite and make u more resolved to eat well. ...Read more
Protein,H20 &grazing: We crave sugar, salt and fat when we go too long without eating, are addicted to junk food, have low energy, or get dehydrated. Protein meals stay with us longer;water fills us up and helps our digestion operate efficiently; and eating small snacks high in protein between meals(i.e. 10 almonds at 2pm) keeps us from feeling like we are "starving". Eat well frequently! ...Read more
Will power: You need to have netter food available. Do not go hungry just make better choices. Binge on carrots, binge on apples! best not to buy any junk food and best not to bring it into your home especially if you feel "weak" about eating it. Hang out with healthy people as social networks reinforce behavior, hopefully healthy behavior. ...Read more
Recovery is possible: BED is way of resolving a internal conflict through physical action. People think they are triggered by food but actually are triggered by emotions that lead to bingeing. They binge to numb, distract or comfort themselves. To stop, you must seek treatment to identify what's eating "at" you instead of focusing on what you're eating, and find new ways to respond to yourself. Recovery is possible ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Binge eating: Encourage you to try a 12 step program called over eater's anonymous. It is free, confidential, informative, supportive, ; can be effective. You will learn about your dysfunctional relationship w food as well as finding out about healthier coping behaviors. Would see your physician to determine if there are any underlying medical conditions. Working w an addiction medicine specialist can help. ...Read more
Food plan: It is important to develop a healthy food plan making sure to eat adequate amounts of healthy food thru out the day so you don't set yourself for making unhealthy choices. You should have healthy snacks easily available in small predetermined amounts and limit any "junk" or unhealthy foods to a small amount 1-2 times a week. If you eat healthy 80% of the time a dessert or snack is ok occasionally ...Read more
Think carefully: Everytime you go to eat something that is unhealthy. Your willpower must overcome your cravings. ...Read more
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
Great question: This question shows you've started on the path to healthy food choices. Often cravings are emotional or physical - what does your heart or body need? Consult functional medicine nutritionist or physician to look at underlying causes. Try therapy or support groups (in person or online). Check your emotions in the moments of cravings - what are you really wanting? Add veggies and probiotics. ...Read more
Seek help/food diary: It is well worth it to find a provider specializing in addiction and food to help you explore your eating issues. While you're searching for a provider, keep a food diary -- what happened before you started eating, how did you feel before and after you ate on the emotional level. The diary might help you to see patterns in your eating, which will be helpful in resolution of the problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Seek help: It is not the act of binging eating that you need to control.There is some underlying reason that you have to try and deal with. This can only be done with help from other people. Talk to someone that you trust about your life and what you feeling and try and unwind the driving agents.Doing this with a professional counselor will accelerate the process.You are damaging your body, seek help. ...Read more
YOU can: You can stop your own temptation of junk food, but you may need help to do it. Eliminating sugars from your diet will help a lot -- you'll find that cravings for "junk" will diminish rapidly once you're through this process. Beginning your day with a protein-based shake with almond milk or coconut milk blended with high fiber berries or greens may help too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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