Food can be addictive so simply telling yourself to stop eating rubbish food won’t cut it. It is hard to change your life and your habits. We know when you binge constantly that you will probably slip up every so often when you’re trying to be healthy. Don’t feel guilty about it, just make healthy choices the rest of the day.
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Our tips are going to teach you how to have a healthy relationship with food so you can enjoy an indulgence every now and again without binge eating.
Stop Fad Diets
Don’t restrict yourself with silly diets you see in magazines that claim you’ll lose a stone in a week. They can be really unhealthy and actually trigger binge eating. You’re being restrictive with foods and often end up starving yourself so you will cave in and binge eat.
Instead, eat whole, unprocessed foods like fruits, vegetables and grain that will be better for you and also leave you feeling fuller for longer!
Often when we think we’re hungry, we are actually just thirsty. Try drinking a glass of water and see if your body still feels hungry in 20 minutes, if it does then grab a healthy snack.
Aim to drink at least two litres of water per day. This helps you feel full, boosts your metabolism and also helps your skin stay clear too.
Clean Out Your Cupboards
It is so easy to give in to unhealthy cravings if you have the food at easy access. Clear out your kitchen cupboards of all the food that’s bad for you and you won’t even miss it!
Buy healthy snacks like fruits and nuts. The sweetness of the fruit will help to curb sugar cravings too.
Start Working Out
Once you start working out, you actually feel less stressed and more energised. Also because you’re working hard in the gym or doing a home workout you won’t feel like you want to ruin your hard work by eating rubbish foods.
Don’t Skip Breakfast
It is true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day!
Maintaining a regular eating pattern can curb feelings of hunger later on in the day. You’ll have loads of energy and be ready to take on your day.
Get Enough Sleep
Sleep deprivation has been linked to binge eating as it can actually increase the levels of ghrelin, the hunger hormone and lower levels of leptin - the hormone that promotes fullness.
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Keep A Food Journal
It is easy to see how much bad food you’re eating if you keep a food journal. It is also a great way to see what progress you’re making as your food journal becomes more consistently healthy!
You’ll be able to see what times you tend to binge eat- is it in the evening or late at night when no one is there? Are you having bad food when you get to work?
Look at the patterns and learn from them, introducing healthy snacks if you have a late night craving or seeing if you need to make big healthy portions to fill you up.
We hope these tips help you to live a healthier life. Remember, it can take 21 days to form a habit to stick at it and be consistent and being healthy will soon become second nature to you and will be something you enjoy!