- Jul 1, 2018
Anyone got a eating disorder?
I suffer from Anorexia
I suffer from Anorexia
I don't know what is or if it counts, but I eat tons of everything and I never gained even a gram. But instead of feeling dizzy or something, my journeys to the WC are beautiful. I can be stuck here for very long time.I have hyperthyroidism and that means that I can eat a load of stuff without gaining any weight. The cons are that my stomach is never satisfied and sometimes I get dizzy from lack of sugar, having a high metabolic activity
I don't know what is or if it counts, but I eat tons of everything and I never gained even a gram. But instead of feeling dizzy or something, my journeys to the WC are beautiful. I can be stuck here for very long time.
I really want to have the willpower for eating better but... all that unhealthy and yummy food is calling meholy moly, we need to change our diet ASAP. Maybe microbiotic diets would help us to have a regular metabolism and a high quality journey to the washroom without getting stuck in there for eons
Extremely restrictive diet. I'm not sure what to call it or if it even has a name. I have a gag reflex when trying new things and have eaten the same 5-10 types of food my entire life. Probably related to my autism.
For reference, I can't eat cake, pizza, or pretty much any type of cereal. Ice cream and chocolate are about the only popular types of food I can tolerate. I have no allergies.
I read in a mainstream newspaper how they think the rise in veganism is in part those with eating disorders who find it easier to use vegan as a "cover" for cutting out so much food. Well played, I say to those, because it's clever.
Insightful. I knew it! (not you personally, I just had a feeling others who were "vegan" just didn't seem like they were really in it for the supposed reasons.)I used to use that as a reason for not eating. Was vegetarian originally, for about 5 years (for animal cruelty reasons), then spent another 5 years vegan as it made it a LOT easier to avoid eating in eat-y situations. Not so much for animal cruelty reasons thought I went the whole trip and didn't wear leather etc to make it more "believable".
Well, it's like, easy to be vegan with what's considered a "bad diet", as i've seen a lot of vegan diets heavy on breads or junk foods that lack animal products or booze. but i myself use it because it's very convenient to restrict myself to less than 800 calories a day while appearing to have normal eating habits in public and working out. i don't think it's necessarily an eating disorder proper, but I am heavily body conscious w/ a lot of shame that propels the behavior, so that is what it is.Insightful. I knew it! (not you personally, I just had a feeling others who were "vegan" just didn't seem like they were really in it for the supposed reasons.)
It was just because of most likely, but not to generalise, most or some did it to cover up eating disorders. Hmm.