I'm not an idiot, I'm not purposefully restricting my calorie intake or 'yo-yoing'. I'm aware I don't have a completely balanced diet compared to some people as I can't afford to buy a lot of stuff, but I do eat a wide range of foods from different food groups. I've used toast and pasta as examples to question why such small amounts of food are enough for me for the entire day some days, but other days I can eat thousands of calories.
I eat meats occasionally (very expensive, but I eat vegetarian protein as well), I eat a LOT of vegetables, sometimes fruit as it's expensive, dairy, and carbs, and fats. Just not all of them every day.
I haven't *changed my diet recently* to cause any new 'damage', I've eaten like this my whole life, so I'm aware I could have health problems, as per the title of this thread and my original thread I'm wondering how other people manage to eat so much more.