Bad conscience after eating. Is that unhealthy?

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Bad conscience after eating. Is that unhealthy?

I've been eating very unhealthy the last 2 days, which doesn't actually happen that often. I am female/16/1.63/39.5kg. Yesterday I ate 3000 kcal. My breakfast was oatmeal then lunch red bean stew and a smoothie and then I ate yumyum, chocolate, bread, ice cream etc. until I got to 3000 kcal. (I gained 0.6kg with this). Today it was just as unhealthy but I ate 2200 kcal. Lunch was tacos then I ate a dounut and a nut nougat croissant, half a pizza and a snikers+water ice cream. I feel very bad right now and know that I will take more. Is what I ate very unhealthy? Is that bad ? I have a very bad conscience right now and wish I hadn't eaten all of that...



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If you think about it, that sounds suspiciously like an eating disorder.Please talk to someone about your thoughts and feelings or seek professional help from a psychotherapist right away. The sooner you act, the easier it is to get out of it quickly without any consequential damage. Things like this don't get better on their own.

With your weight, that worries me a lot. I hope you find the right path for yourself. All the best to you :)



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Given your low weight, this food is actually healthy since you are very underweight. The best thing to do is to think about your goal and think rationally about whether your current path is the right path because you are causing permanent damage to your body.

Really, just eat more every day so that you can get to a normal weight Come and don't listen to other people's thoughts and opinions that you should lose more weight, you're too thin now.



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if your dataThat's right, please do a few more unhealthy sessions. There can be salad, fruit or something like that. But always 2000cal+



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You have to gain at least 10 kg to get out of being underweight

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