I had the same problem until mid April. I decided to mindfully eat the foods I do eat instead of eating them fast and looking for something else. I also stopped binge eating and entered counseling. In addition, I hold myself accountable by sharing my ups and downs on my facebook page. You would be surprised at how many people are incredibly supportive! In addition, I go to the gym once a day and then workout by walking or at home elliptical late evening. I will say that working out is helping because I work so hard to lose the weight and I have this mindset that I am working hard and do not want to blow it and have to start over. Plus I told all my friends, family and co-workers to help hold me accountable. I decided the support I could get from them out weighs the embarrassment of my weight. Also, I have come to realize that losing weight is a marathon not a sprint. I will have and had days that I will go over my caloric goal of 1500. It doesn't mean I have to give up and say it is not working. It's just one day. When I start feeling guilty I start my caloric goal over again and run with it. I have lost 71 pounds and have about 180 to go. I hope this helps!
The issue with diet is there a short-term fix what you need is a lifestyle change. Something you can keep up doing for the rest of your life. Then u dont have the up down off on. I learnt this in 2017 when I started meeting with a dietitian.
I eat what I want saying I do eat healthy but if I want something I it a little bit I wouldn't say I'm on a diet but it's a life style for me I've lost around 80 lbs you have to splurge some but don't over do it and make sure your moving some as well
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