On my way to a healthy and happy life!!

Ask me anything! I do not bite :P   personal   my story   

- 21
- from Austria
- recovering from anorexia
- currently struggling with a stressful job/uni leading to constant under eating during the day and binging in the evening
- I am 5'9'' tall and to reach my healthy (weight restored) weight I need to gain about 5 kg…but I am aiming to gain about 7-10 to have a little "backup fat storage"

intake

activecookie:

02.09.2014, Tuesday

Breakfast: 4Tbsp oats, 2 tbsp dried dates, 1tbsp sunflower seeds, 1 tsp matcha mix, 1 apple, dried figs, agave sirup, greek yoghurt

Snack: ½ H&B flap jack, half an apple

Dinner: 2 slices rye bread, cream cheese, mixed salad with pumpkin seed oil, black olives in oil, 250gr butter cheese, 1 smoked mackerel filet (150gr)

Snack: 1 apple, greek yoghurt, 2 hands of nuts, dried berries and dried pinapple, matcha powder

what do you think?

OMG appologies, I forgot lunch :((((( I never skip meals !!

It was bulgur quinoa wheat (250gr) with vegetables in creamy sauce! 

— 5 hours ago with 4 notes
intake

02.09.2014, Tuesday

Breakfast: 4Tbsp oats, 2 tbsp dried dates, 1tbsp sunflower seeds, 1 tsp matcha mix, 1 apple, dried figs, agave sirup, greek yoghurt

Snack: ½ H&B flap jack, half an apple

Dinner: 2 slices rye bread, cream cheese, mixed salad with pumpkin seed oil, black olives in oil, 250gr butter cheese, 1 smoked mackerel filet (150gr)

Snack: 1 apple, greek yoghurt, 2 hands of nuts, dried berries and dried pinapple, matcha powder

what do you think?

— 5 hours ago with 4 notes
#ed recovery  #intake  #ed recovery intake  #food  #gain weight  #gaining  #life  #personal 

REALEST zodiac sign stuff

Aries:self-centred competitive cunts but still sweet
Taurus:nice as heck but dont show much emotions and eat a way too much
Gemini:smooth lunatic manipulative assholes but geniuses
Cancer:dependant, emotionally unstable lullabies and probably the nicest persons you know
Leo:most generous and selfish at the same time attention whores
Virgo:steady fuckers that probably have an OCD
Libra:double-faced childish bitches but they know how to look good tho
Scorpio:paranoid psychos that think about dry humping all day long
Sagittarius:funny but rude, one night stands big winner
Capricorn:cold-hearted motherfuckers without any social skills
Aquarius:weird hipsters that always try to sound deep and different but VERY open-minded
Pisces:sensible compulsive liars, daydreamers and super gentle but hypocrites
— 17 hours ago with 56533 notes

reached 3500ckals today :D

proud

— 1 day ago with 2 notes
#ed recovery 
little-miss-curvy:

A few healthy snack ideas for those who are trying to find little treats to keep their day filled with yummy goodness! It’s hard to fit all the great snack ideas on a little sheet so for more ideas click here, here, or here! 
Along with the yummy ideas here are some little tips for healthy snacking habits!
10 Tips For Healthy Snacking (source) 

Eat regular meals. 
Plan your snacks. 
Carry healthy snacks with you.
Stock healthy snacks in your fridge and pantry.
Resist buying junk food. 
Make your own.
Keep a stocked fruit bowl and put it in plain sight.
Limit your consumption of ‘health bars’ and fruit juices.
Think portion control
Don’t skip breakfast

I hope that this will be helpful in your healthy adventures! 
Stay healthy, my lovely fitness buddies! 
~ Dani (little-miss-curvy) 

little-miss-curvy:

A few healthy snack ideas for those who are trying to find little treats to keep their day filled with yummy goodness! It’s hard to fit all the great snack ideas on a little sheet so for more ideas click here, here, or here

Along with the yummy ideas here are some little tips for healthy snacking habits!

10 Tips For Healthy Snacking (source

  • Eat regular meals. 
  • Plan your snacks. 
  • Carry healthy snacks with you.
  • Stock healthy snacks in your fridge and pantry.
  • Resist buying junk food. 
  • Make your own.
  • Keep a stocked fruit bowl and put it in plain sight.
  • Limit your consumption of ‘health bars’ and fruit juices.
  • Think portion control
  • Don’t skip breakfast

I hope that this will be helpful in your healthy adventures! 

Stay healthy, my lovely fitness buddies! 

~ Dani (little-miss-curvy

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elephantsarevegan:

guys i’m off now to New York and Toronto 🇺🇸✈️ i’m so excited!!

elephantsarevegan:

guys i’m off now to New York and Toronto 🇺🇸✈️ i’m so excited!!

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healthy-happy-whole-me:

To restrict your food is to restrict your growth as a human being. We all need food to live, thrive, grow and be happy and healthy. Never restrict , live in abundance because you are worth everything.

— 1 day ago with 17 notes
intake

01.09.2014, Monday

Breakfast: 4Tbsp oats, 2 tbsp dried dates, 1tbsp sunflower seeds, 1 tsp matcha mix, 1 apple, dried figs, agave sirup

Lunch: 2 cups couscous with mushrooms, tomatoes, cucumber and broccoli

Snack: ½ H&B flap jack, half an apple

Dinner: 2 slices rye bread, cream cheese, mixed salad with pumpkin seed oil, black olives in oil, 250gr butter cheese

 big snack involving nuts is going to follow!

— 1 day ago with 3 notes
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Anonymous asked: Hello :) ok i have a problem i really want to eat but i cant bc like there isnt place on my stomach for thr food i think bc its smaller than before now and i try to eat more but i feel always so full :/


Answer:

letsrecover:

This is very common, yet very easy to solve! You just have to eat energy dense foods, and small, frequent meals. Nutrition drinks are genious! One 200 ml bottle of Fresubin (at least those I use) are 400 calories. They are fast to pour down. Remember that nutrition drinks should work as a supplement, not a food replacer (perhaps in the beginning for some meals). My personal recommendation is that if you happen to drink a lot of nutrition drinks, go for these as they are lower in proteins. You dont need more than xx gram of protein, yet you cant get ‘too much’ carbs and fats in recovery. 

Avoid too much whole grain products, fruits, vegetables, beans etc. as they are high in fiber. Fiber fills you up and may make you extra bloated. Good foods for your situation (energy dense and/or easy to eat without getting too full); Ritz crackers (salty crackers in general), pretzels, crisps, chocolate, nuts, avocado, white bread (add nutella, peanut butter etc) and white pasta, bananas, candy, ice cream, yoghurt, fry things in oil/butter, pancakes, cake, peanut butter, seeds, tortillas, sauces (especially carbonara, pesto or alioli), egg yolks, full fat milk, high calorie smoothies (bananas + peanutbutter + full fat milk + chocolate powder is my favorite smoothie ever!), chocolate/yoghurt covered nuts, cereal (not those high in fiber), olives, rice cakes with peanut butter/nutella.. and much more! Snack all the day, always have a pack of seeds, nuts or chocolate at your side. Be creative - lets face it, people with eating disorders have a lot of knowledge about calories and nutrition. Your stomach will gradually expand, so keep on ”pushing” and eating. It is not dangerous to feel (very) full, it is a part of recovery.

- Amalie

— 1 day ago with 7 notes