How We Trigger Over Eating

So I have learnt that while I have been on this journey of self motivation to changing my life, I have came to the realization that that we are what we eat. Well I became what I ate.

I have come to the realization through experience that typical calorie restriction behaviors like limiting or cutting out certain foods caused psychological damage (Laughing). Shall we call it a “Diet backlash” that occurred with me, where even the thought of a “forbidden” food was enough to set me off and head me in the direction of over eating.

I felt that as soon as I TOLD myself I COULD NOT have something, it became impossible to stop thinking about it – Am sure I am not in this on my own.

The more I tried not to eat certain foods, the more I was inclined to overeat!! and once I had access to them, I would be like lets do this (eat) since who knows will I be able to eat these yummy foods again. . The cycle continued.

My Conclusion for my self and I think for many others globally is as follows:

“food restriction, followed by deprivation,  caused my overeating, then guilt.”

I have learnt to say NO! 90% of the time, and if i feel like eating something then I take a bite (this is rare), but I do.

Once upon a Time
Once Upon A Time “eating cotton candy ” When I saw this I had to write this Blog Post

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