Hi guys I'm a 21 year old student who has coped with stress through an unhealthy relationship with food. I know its important to break habits so I'm trying to get through this year without stress eating, which has been going well so far as I'm taking an easier year. And to stop eating out and getting take out (which I can't afford anyway but still do)
My weight loss plan is to have a healthy breakfast (overnight oats or toast because I still love carbs), 400 calorie Huel lunch (its a nutritional shake that's vegan so it makes me feel like a better person) and then a low calorie ready meal for dinner (with meat to balance out that vegan lunch ).
I am terrible at portion control and the hope is that I will get used to the portions for when I stop using ready meals.
I'm aiming for 1200 calories in meals so that I have 200 calories for snacks throughout the day (apples, nuts, etc.)
I would also like to start going to the gym (I've had a membership for 4 months and haven't gone once), but I REALLY REALLY hate exercise - I get bored, hate the burning sensation in my lungs and body and just the whole general experience of my bouncing tummy as I try to run on the treadmill. Any motivation would be much appreciated, I've followed a bunch of instagram fitness people, but still doesn't get me in the mood for that torture.
I'm also on fitness pal, so if you're on there just add me (Kyoko123) then we can motivate each other!