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Unread 06-19-2017, 06:19 PM   #1
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Default Can stopping dieting depress you?

As part of my diet this time I am going to do sort of a reverse step diet. To avoid my body getting used to my dieting and going into "starvation mode" I will stop after a certain amount of weight... eat more (not enough to gain) and then start again.

I did that yesterday. This is the first time I have ever stopped a diet by my own will and not "falling" off the diet into a pile of candy.

And I have been in a crazy pissy mood all day and yesterday. I won't have the "looking forward" to losing weight but I also won't have the "pile of eating with abandon".

Anyone else ever feel depressed at maintenance.
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Default Re: Can stopping dieting depress you?

Unless you are skipping lunch for ketosis, there is no reason to starve.
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Just don't be so hard on yourself.
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