When I overeat the next day I just go for a relaxing walk or swim. Feels good. Just for the lobe of god don't stress over it. That will do more harm than the food actually did.
I like Republic of Tea and Zhena's Gypsy Tea. They both have an assortment of different flavors. I always get herbal/rooibos tea. For a holiday pick me up, try Zhena's Peppermint Mocha.
On the other hand, the diueretic effect of true tea is especially effective for those of us retaining a little extra water at the moment.
First, I don't know if I can consume 10,000 calories in a day unless I'm swimming the English Channel or biking 100 miles. That is impressive! I would feel ill.
If your family thinks you already have some type of eating disorder, I am going to make the assumption that these huge binges are not rare? I think that is important. You just don't want to discover a good recovery method for binges and continue to eat out of control because you think you know how to minimize any weight gain. Over time, that will be a losing battle.
BUT, your question is about recovering from Thanksgiving dinner. I decided to fast for today (Friday). I find that fasting, or cutting it down to one small meal the day after a high calorie eating day puts my appetite back in control. I am one of those that triggers days or even weeks of poor eating choices if I binge. It isn't about balancing out the calories for me. Nobody is going to notice that extra pound anyway. It is more of a reset button.
I'd be curious to know what you decided to do. I"ll read on.
Start date: 7-5-12
GOAL: to live to be a healthy and active 100
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