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    I figured out I find it very awesome to eat a lot (a LOT) one day, and very little the next. It feels kinda natural for me because I am not really satisfied until I have eaten a huge amount of food. But because of eating so much I'm not hungry at all the next day. I'm not sure if I always want to eat like this because I discovered it only some days ago when I was staying at my friend's house for a couple of days and there were no specific eating times, we just ate when we were hungry. I have so much more energy this way and also working out goes a lot better. So, is it healthy to basically eat double 1 day and barely the next?
    well then

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    • #3
      As long as you are not binging and purging.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Leida View Post
        As long as you are not binging and purging.
        What do you consider binging? I mean I basically eat for 2 days, but not on junk food
        well then

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        • #5
          Dude, you're a kid.

          Eat when you're hungry, don't when you're not.

          It's not Super Sekrit Rocket Science.

          Now go outside and play and stop spamming questions that
          can be readily answered by your parents.

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          • #6
            gadsie, stop posting the same stuff here in identical threads over and over. go outside. play with other kids. your relationship with this forum is sick.

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            • #7
              Im sorry Gadsie but others are right. Just be a kid, eat good primal food, and you will be fine.
              If I was your parents I would be starting to worry. Do they know all the things you ask on here?

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              • #8
                there's absolutely nothing wrong with doing that. binging is eating a ton of food for reasons other than hunger. purging is intentionally puking it up. if you're just super hungry and eating a ton, then not hungry the next day, that's perfectly okay.
                my primal journal:
                http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...Primal-Journal

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                • #9
                  guys, please lay off him a little. sometimes kids worry, better to ask than to let it fester. parents don't always care enough to answer, or have helpful responses.
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                  • #10
                    Please stop overthinking your food and just eat as your body tells you to. You're really thin, tall, presumably still growing since you are only 14, so chill; I doubt you will grow fat anytime soon even if you eat crap. And yes, ignore this forum for awhile and go hang out with your friends =)
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Damiana View Post
                      Please stop overthinking your food and just eat as your body tells you to. You're really thin, tall, presumably still growing since you are only 14, so chill; I doubt you will grow fat anytime soon even if you eat crap. And yes, ignore this forum for awhile and go hang out with your friends =)
                      He can't stop. He has mentioned that he has obsessive thoughts about food and would like to get some help with it. So I'm really hoping he will go get some help.
                      Using low lectin/nightshade free primal to control autoimmune arthritis. (And lost 50 lbs along the way )

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