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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    no its to stay on my pill, i would have to go on the mini pill if i stay this weight
    Hahahahaha wow so once again your story changes...
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    Hahahahaha wow so once again your story changes...
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    nah, its always been about the pill
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    Food doesn't=happiness. Far from it. I have and am getting over an absolutely awful relationship with food and the best thing to do is just realise it's fuel and eat what makes you feel good. Junk may give you a quick buzz but the low afterwards and the stuff it does to your body is just not worth it. I am slowly weaning myself off it permanently and I doubt I would ever eat it again out of choice, unless for some weird reason I hadn't eaten for days and all to eat was a packet of crisps....Not that it would happen :nothing:
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    Food doesn't=happiness. Far from it. I have and am getting over an absolutely awful relationship with food and the best thing to do is just realise it's fuel and eat what makes you feel good. Junk may give you a quick buzz but the low afterwards and the stuff it does to your body is just not worth it. I am slowly weaning myself off it permanently and I doubt I would ever eat it again out of choice, unless for some weird reason I hadn't eaten for days and all to eat was a packet of crisps....Not that it would happen :nothing:

    i never said food did = happiness but i do like having a little of what i like, not that it makes me happy but i like the taste
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    i never said food did = happiness but i do like having a little of what i like, not that it makes me happy but i like the taste
    So eating crap food doesn't make you feel crap? And isn't addictive? WHy fill your body with calorie devoid rubbish and then eat very little the rest of the week to make up for it?
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    So eating crap food doesn't make you feel crap? And isn't addictive? WHy fill your body with calorie devoid rubbish and then eat very little the rest of the week to make up for it?
    why not have a little of what i like and be good the rest of the time?

    no it doesnt make me feel crap, if i eat it every day then yes it does but once/twice a week no it doesnt
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    why not have a little of what i like and be good the rest of the time?

    no it doesnt make me feel crap, if i eat it every day then yes it does but once/twice a week no it doesnt
    Okay. Well in answer to your first question, no, no you won't lose weight
    not effectively anyway.
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    Okay. Well in answer to your first question, no, no you won't lose weight
    not effectively anyway.
    a deficit in net cals will mean i wont lose weight?

    k then :rofl
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    a deficit in net cals will mean i wont lose weight?

    k then :rofl
    Seriously whats the point in posting threads if you've made your mind up already? Just get on with it.
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    Seriously whats the point in posting threads if you've made your mind up already? Just get on with it.
    i hadnt made my mind up when posting the thread
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    nah, its always been about the pill
    No you literally wrote "I want to lose weight because of health reasons" in a post about a month ago.
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    Lol, I don't know why people perpetuate that crap. Women seriously do not need 2000 unless they want to be fat as houses. I know everyone says it, but that doesn't make it true. :rolleyes:

    And if you don't eat crap, 1000 is more than enough. Genuinely, I eat on average 800 a day and it's not particularly challenging, I just don't eat much crap. It's a case of counting and balancing. Looking at the last 2 weeks, the most I've eaten is 1000ish in one day. :dontknow:
    Do you honestly believe that? If you're not trolling, I'd suggest visiting a nutritionist ASAP. Sorry but 1000 calories is NOT enough to maintain a reasonable weight nor give proper nutrition.

    2000 calories is the correct amount for a moderately active women with average amount of lean body mass to maintain her weight. A sedentary women with no muscle, then 1,500 calories but never 1000 calories.
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    we will see if 1000 cals works for me, its easy to get enugh nutrition btw
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    we will see if 1000 cals works for me, its easy to get enugh nutrition btw
    Have you joined the weight loss society? You're really better off talking to them - most members in this forum are going to be focused on doing things healthily and being fit, which isn't your goal.
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    Have you joined the weight loss society? You're really better off talking to them - most members in this forum are going to be focused on doing things healthily and being fit, which isn't your goal.


    havnt joined no but i may do
 
 
 
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