Good job man. Once u work at it and get your routine it will be like you NEED to wrk out or your body and y feel bad after eating that crap junk food. Used to be 235 in high school gratuadated 08' started eating right and working out 6 yrs later I drink no sodas at all. Very little fast food and over excellent diet. Now am 170 and have a 6 pack with very little fat at all. I don't feel like crap anymore bc of the garbage food and sodas. Skin cleared up amazing. Just shows u how much a bad diet and not workig out effects the body.
I dumped cravings by gobbling down water and the odd Gatorade G2. It helped me survive Freshman year without resorting to pizza and other crap.
Home made granola bars are what I use for my cravings. You would never guess they don't have sugar. Just nuts, oatmeal, natural peanut butter and protein powder mixed together. Batch I just made tastes like brownies.
Thanks, Bro. It's tough to change habits, but when I get on the scale and see a smaller number it's like I am on the Olympic podium waiting for my medal. I get out and move around more, completely cut out foods that I can't control portions (sweets, fast food) I experiment with healthier recipes to keep my interest in good food up. Reached out for help, then followed the advice they gave. (otherwise what's the point, right?) Exercise is the tough one because of my fibromyalgia and some balance and chronic pain and numbness issues, but I do whatever I can to get fresh air and mobility. So hopefully one day I don't have to put up with the fat jokes and indifference. I am psyched and try not to be discouraged by the slow progress.