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    I am recovering from an eating disorder and I have forgotten what "normal" eating is.
    It would help me if you could post your food intake for the day including meals, drinks, snacks, sweets etc so that I can see what people typically eat.

    Also if you are happy to, posting your bmi would be quite helpful as well.

    Thanks
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    Breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner
    Healthy eating is the WINNER!!!
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog...t-stop-halfway
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    It doesn't really matter what you eat, just how much you eat - in my opinion, I'm not qualified. I just make sure to eat at my TDEE.
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    (Original post by Hapiness-)
    I am recovering from an eating disorder and I have forgotten what "normal" eating is.
    It would help me if you could post your food intake for the day including meals, drinks, snacks, sweets etc so that I can see what people typically eat.

    Also if you are happy to, posting your bmi would be quite helpful as well.

    Thanks
    Lol coming from a cultural background what I ate today may seem a bit unusual but here goes: Morning- Coffee (half the time I don't have breakfast. Lunch (school)- A sort of sausage sandwich with a pitch (croissant filled with chocolate) and and good ol' dairylea dunkers. Lunch(home, yeah some Asians have four meals a day haha equivalent of tea I guess?)- Fish and butternaht squash curry. Dinner- Chips, two chicken nuggets, and an egg. Surprisingly though I can still feel my abs hehe, ooh I have school tomorrow as well
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    Prawn Cocktail Pringles
    Brioche Rolls
    Grapes
    Lucozade
    Orange juice

    I love being a uni student -_-
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    An apple.
    Two bowls of homemade soup.
    A bar of chocolate.
    Handful of shortbread biscuits.
    Stir fry-eating now.

    edit: and a bowl full of fruit
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    A kebab with chips and some frozen cherries ... that reminds me I have to finish them
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    BMI - 19.

    Breakfast: 2 pieces of toast with jam, 2 biscuits, soya milk decaf coffee, glass of water
    Break: Glass of orange squash
    Lunch: Soup, 3 pieces of bread, fruit, 2 biscuits, soya milk decaf coffee, 2 glasses of orange squash
    Supper: Pasta with chicken, sweetcorn, slices of cucumber, an apple, water
    Evening snack: 2 biscuits, glass of water
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    breakfast: bowl of muesli and half a mango
    lunch: falafel baguette, was beaut, and plum
    snack: flapjack
    tea: vegan cornish pasty, beans, chips, peas, soy yoghurt + more fruit
    i'm doing Veganuary, would highly recommend
    http://www.veganuary.com/
    hope you make a full recovery and learn to love food
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    Breakfast
    Banana, cup of milk

    Lunch
    Meatball sandwich

    Dinner
    Pizza Express doughballs
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    A small pot of pistachios, and some chicken goujons for dinner. Not feeling food recently.
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    Toast
    Sandwich for lunch
    Sandwich when I got home
    Carrot and guacamole for a starter this evening
    Curry is currently being cooked
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Breakfast
    Banana, cup of milk

    Lunch
    Meatball sandwich

    Dinner
    Pizza Express doughballs
    lmao meatball sandwich
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    (Original post by batoot)
    lmao meatball sandwich
    It was so good
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    Breakfast- Piece of toast
    Lunch- Pineapple fruit pot
    Dinner- Veg soup
    Snack- Another fruit pot ahaha
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    Breakfast peanut butter sandwich
    Snack white chocolate and coke
    Dinner Rice with spinich and fish
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    Breakfast:
    Granola with coconut flavoured yogurt

    Lunch:
    Panini with cheese and chicken

    Dinner:
    Mac and cheese

    Snack:
    Milkshake, 8 glasses of water, apple.

    OP, a balanced diet is important, and I wish you all the best on your road to recovery.
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    Breakfast- yoghurt with honey
    lunch- grilled chicken with veg

    dinner- tomato soup with crackers
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    you wanna know what i ate?! not normal/ healthy at all but imma be completely honest with you

    breakfast:
    - 2 snickers
    - 2 breakfast bars
    - bowl of cheerios

    lunch
    - 1 cheese spread sandwich
    - 1 fruitshoot (orange flavoured)
    - 1 snickers

    dinner
    - 3 slices of pizza
    - packet of skittles
    - 2 cups of 7 up

    other
    - 4 bottles of water
    - 1 pack of salted peanuts (my mouth hurts X'D)
    - 1 chocolate filled donut
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    im on my period leave me alone X'D
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    js a heck of a lot of these people aren't eating enough, i see a lot of soup and skipped meals here
 
 
 
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