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    Default Take away food

    I wasn't very organised today so I bought take away, the "only" option closer to my work (and by the way I didn't want to walk too much, 42 degrees today!!!) was chicken schnitzel and small chips. 😞 I know that it was one off, but I feel soo guilty!! Anyone with the same "problem/dilema"? Thanks!

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    Absolutely! And it's not even a one-off for me I'm so exhausted that I can't walk to do the grocery shopping, and in addition to that I can only handle what I can only describe as "hangover foods" for most of the day! Translated to fatty carbs 😫 Prior to falling pregnant I was a 52kg powerlifter and now can't handle most healthy food, and training makes me feel extremely nauseous. I'm feeling incredibly guilty, and that's compounded by my decreasing self esteem and confidence given that my body is also changing as a result.

    I spoke with my doctor about it and she said that you need to give your body what it's asking for, even if it's not what you want to eat. She basically said that if it's a choice between eating that and not eating at all (either because, in my case, I can't stomach it, or in yours, because of accessibility) you definitely need to be eating it.

    Even with that advice I'm extremely critical of myself so I understand your guilt, but the general consensus is that feeding your baby is a good decision!

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    Thanks @IPFmum!
    I am already overweight so I don't think I need junk food but you are right we need to eat! Sometimes eating out it is a problem! I cannot hundle spacy food so my choices are quite limited specially when you have to avoid a few things.


 

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