Simoneg Posted October 8, 2014 Share Posted October 8, 2014 Hi all After seeing 'morbid obesity' on my chart at gyno - I was devastated. I know I had put on quite a few lbs but 'morbid obesity'? It was so wounding. I cryed all night. I know that even if you're 40 lbs overweight you're called morbidly obese but still.... those words.... Granted if I tell ppl I'm 80 lbs overweight they think I'm lying. I'm a smidge over 200 but when I started this dang stressful job I was 120. Anyway, I decided to do something about it - enter ISWF. I LOVE the book and what it says. I know that there is just dead food out there. My only problem is that I am absolutely gagging on all the meat. I literally cannot stomach 4-6 oz of meat at every meal. I am getting to the point where I am having to force it down my throat so I am not enjoying any of my meals. I'm staying at around 4 oz. but it is beyond painful to swallow it. Just the smell of chicken or beef makes my physically ill. Literally. I get so nauseous that I lose any appetite I may even be able to muster up. I am not hungry at all. I literally have to force myself to eat and my meals are getting smaller and smaller bc it's become agonizing to eat. I never thought I would say this. Is anyone feeling this way? I'm not a great cook but I've used the sauces and spices and ....just thinking about eating right now makes me shudder. Am I doing something wrong? Is anyone else feeling like this? I love the flavor meat brings to any dish but this is just becoming too much for me. I'm feeling very discouraged because eating used to be fun and now I just dread it. It's only been 2 weeks and if this continues ...well....I just don't know what I'll do. Do you think eating this way will work if I eat only when I really feel like it? I just can't seem to stomach 3 meals a day. I'm good with some nuts and maybe 1 to 1.5 meals a day but small meals. Any input would be great Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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