HELP! I can not stop feeling hungry! I don't know why? I worked really hard to lose the 5lbs. that I was wanting to lose (I was about 156lbs, down to 145lbs.). I am now at 158lbs. again, and I can't stop wanting to eat, and it's all carbs that my body is craving! I worked so hard at diet and portion size and food journaling to lose those 10lbs., then, I don't know what happened, I just got this hunger, and can't stop. I'm freaking out! What's the best way to beat the demon in our heads that makes us want to eat and eat?! I need help, suggestions, anything.
I would repost this in the General Discussion forum. That's where the vets who can help you are most like to find this. I would give you advice, but I'm too new at this to be of any help. Good luck!
Ht: 6' HWEver: 338 StartW: 282.8 SurgeryW: 268.9 CW: 226 GW: 170
Pre-Op: -17 M1: -17.8 M2: -10.6 M3: -10.4
Planning meals helps... then don't eat off that plan.
Don't bring it in the house... create a safe zone.
Set yourself up for success with healthier foods, snacks that you love around you.
But ultimately... above the neck work... therapy (highly recommend!)
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Are you seeing a therapist?
Age 40 Height 5'4" HW 319 (1/3/2014) SW 293 (3/13/2014) CW 162 (4/12/2017)
Next Goal 159.5 - half the person I used to be | Total Weight Lost 157
Not only you. I have seen many guys are trying hard to lose weight but don't want to stop eating somehow. It's logical for the real food lovers. However, I think a well planned dieting can help you in this case to recover your hunger. Good luck!
I find that if I limit my carbs to 30 grams or less a day, I have better results. I do this by following the Ketogenic diet guidelines. You can also follow Atkins guidelines. When I start to allow more carbs, I find that I'm hungry all the time and will eat more. Plus, I log all my food on the My Fitness Pal app to help keep me accountable. I eliminate as much sugar as I possibly can and try not to eat any wheat products or starchy vegetables. I carefully read labels and do my best to watch what I eat. I'm much more diligent now than I was before my surgery. If I get too much sugar, wheat products, or starchy veggies, I find that I get really hungry and I don't feel well--like when you get a sugar rush. Also, when I eat too many carbs, I don't always make the healthiest choices in my food intake, which, in turn, makes me feel sick. If this happened before my surgery, I don't remember it.