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#1 Pixoprint

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 02:56 PM

So recently I've been doing 1,000 - 1,200 cals a day.
Weighed myself and got pretty pissed off that I had only lost 1lbs in 4 days. Wtf?
Cut my calories to 500 - 700 yesterday.
Nearly fainted at work I was so tired. I have a really demanding job and on my feet 7 - 9 hours.
Since I finish late & so physically tired after work I don't want to work out.
Although me and my bf are training for a marathon this year so he's getting pissed I'm not training with him the past few days.

My current meals have been a low cal sandwich for lunch 300cals tops or a pack of vegetable chrisps. With a fruit pot 48 cals, To get me through my shift.
Bf cooks dinner so I have no choice of what to eat. I usually just bin it or eat a small portion.
(Pasta, rice, curries, sausage and mash. All the high cal shit because he's training)
Usually skip breakfast because I can't eat when I wake up.

What can I do to keep my energy through out my shift? I'm so tired. It's a fairly new job - so I'm trying to impress to get my promotion.
Sticking to sugar free energy drinks but they give me a massive caffeine come down half was through my shift it kills me even more!


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#2 Pixoprint

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Posted 28 July 2013 - 04:23 AM

Don't worry about it.

Admin can you delete this thread.
Thought this was a forum for help and support.

#3 VivianTristesse

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Posted 28 July 2013 - 03:12 PM

So British! 


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Height: 5'7''

 

HW: 180 lbs

LW: 110 lbs (lowest recorded; after that my scale was taken away)

CW: 126 lb LITERALLY FAT AF   :ph34r: 

 

GW1: 120 lb

GW2: 115 lb

GW3: 110 lb

 

UGW: 100 lb

 

I am back after going on a roller-coaster ride of recovering and trying to kill myself, and nearly succeeding by destroying my liver. 

That's why I'm so fat now: when I was recovering from liver damage, I stuffed myself with bread and potatoes. 

 

"Live to starve another day," I said. And now those days have come. I waxed; I inhaled. Now I wane; I exhale. 

 

I'm not going to do that to myself any more; I refuse to torment my mind with my fatness, my 'gross grossess'. I'd rather be alive and happy but sick than alive and healthy but wanting and trying to die. 

 

 


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Posted 28 July 2013 - 05:24 PM

Maybe if you eat some breakfast too? It's better to eat a bit more and have energy so people don't get suspicious. Plus you'll have energy for training which will make up for the extra calories :)




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