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Discussion in 'Self Improvement' started by Ashamedof, Mar 3, 2016.
What do you think, guys?
What we eat can help or make it worst?
It definitely matters.
Which is why I'm going to be doing a 30 day challenge of no sugar and no fast food. The reason for this is because I've ballooned in weight in the last few weeks eating bad foods and not moving about much. I'm not even going to try and make excuses here, it's all my fault.
Personally whenever I eat well and track my diet via myfitnessapp i usually have the longest no pmo streaks. Diet helps me with being occupied not sure why but maybe because I'm prepping my meals, cooking and also I train so I have to.
Eating good food helps in so many ways inside and out try having lots of water in the morning and some fruit this really helps kick start a good day. Try avoid processed sugar try getting used to dark chocolate it really helps with binge eating as you only need to have two pieces. Try make small habits first don't make big changes all of a sudden as you're most likely to go back to your old ways
For me, I avoid fatty and junk foods
Definitely affects it.
Sex Addicts Anonymous put tiredness, loneliness and hunger down as the top three triggers. If you eat bad your blood sugar goes up and down like a rollercoaster and takes your mood up and down with it.
Eat well and your mood stays stable.
Some people say meat can make you more aggressive and horny. In my experience, if you eat a lot of it, it is true. Specially when I am not physically active.
I suggest avoiding spicy-hot food -- especially at the crazy-hot levels at the upper end of the Scoville scale. Stay away from those Carolina Reapers, Bhut Jolokias, or even just plain ol' jalapeños!
Regardless of whether you are a badass-redneck-wannabe or prancing chef, there's nothing like a burning fire in one's urethra for triggering a relapse!
In my experience, I have come to realize that certain foods, such as processed foods or genetically modified ones (GMO), can place stress on your mind.
The reason, is that these types of foods are inflammatory. When we eat them (i.e. chips, ice cream, milk chocolate; extremely processed breads; graham crackers; factory-farmed meat, milk; and even soy products), our intestinal bacteria "attack" them, as they have never come into contact with such food throughout the last 2.5 million years that we have been in the Paleolithic era.
As a result, pain and stress increase; our mind detects that, and increases its likelihood of seeking a release from that stress.
Too much Omega 6 in the diet is a major risk to our health - most consume far more than recommended amounts.
When I'm not MO/PMO I tend to swap one addiction to eating sweet stuff to compensate and see it like it's not as bad. Some sweet stuff is OK but not in the way I sometimes do
Yes IT DOES. Anyone who has reached the point where they can meditate like 4 hours or more, they are able to recognize, all food you eat has an effect on you. Some foods will make your sexual drive more active or your mind less vigilent. In bramacharya texts, diet is highly recognised because it should look it up. But dont stress over it, if you workout a lot then you need some meat man. Avoid pork I would say and beef too, cows are fucking lazy...chicken is good! I would avoid all milk, unless you can go to east europe or asia and get it stragiht from the cow yourself, its pasteurized and that is no longer milk, so avoid all milk and pork. Also 2nd rule is: do not consume only eat 'food'. Chocolate will do you no good! Simple, no need to kill yourself over it...just work out
Yesterday was two Belgian buns, a desert, a bag of sweets and a chocolate bar. But at least I'm not PMO.
It is exchanging but I am aware of it so I try and choose better. Plus regular meal intakes mean I do not want to pick at snacks so taking a meal to work helps. Also go straight to the bus stop and do not go in the shop