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Which diet do you regularly follow?

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    • Ariel90

      444d

      Low Carb doctors orders 🤷🏼‍♀️

    • Ariel90

      444d

      Low Carb doctors orders 🤷🏼‍♀️

    • elvendork

      454d

      Vegetarian

    • Aludra

      457d

      I have IBS so I follow the Low FODMAP diet. It has been very helpful and I even lost some weight!

    • florals.and.fatigue

      461d

      Cutting most red meats and pork out of my diet helped my IBS bloating a bit. Not by a lot but you can't win everything I suppose 🤷‍♂️

    • Mouse12144

      475d

      High protein(I had weightloss surgery back in 2021) little to no dairy ( lactose intolerant)

    • BoneDustWoman

      476d

      Anti-inflammatory diet -- no gluten or red meat, very little dairy, nothing fried or barbecued.

    • complexitiesundone

      477d

      Gluten and dairy free (along with nut, Peanuts, coconut and citrus free due to anaphylaxis)

    • Bambi1993

      477d

      Dairy and Gluten free

    • SableCosmos

      484d

      As much as I know being vegan or vegetarian would be good for the environment and all but I just can't give up meats they taste to good. They give me joy and if I cut them out I'd only mainly eat rice and that's just a little to restrictive I think...

    • MixedBag0fMess

      485d

      I try to eat cruelty free

    • Chester

      486d

      I have an eating disorder, which I'm getting help for, I just try to balance out the food groups, also the keto diet is dangerous, it can damage your liver and kidneys later on, any medical professional will tell you that, that's why they advise against it,

    • TheMoonGoddess420

      486d

      Lean protein like chicken and fish, vegetables, fruit, water, smoothies, Gatorade, and juice. I don't drink pop very often every once in a while. I loveee sweets though lol. I just try not to overindulge hehe. I prefer homemade meals instead of eating out all the time. But I eat out every once in a while. Currently addicted to the Chicken Caesar Salad from Noodles and Company. It's just so good lol if you love salad it's definitely a must try. ☺️

    • AimeeB

      486d

      low FODMAP

    • beater.queen

      487d

      I'm working on remembering to eat. I used to be really mindful about what I ate but my stress got so bad and exacerbated by my adhd that I just forget to eat. It's gotten a lot better, but I'm still not eating enough for how active I am. I went from 400-600/2100 calories for several consecutive months and now I'm at 1700/2100 and I'm really proud of that.

    • Babegirl2012

      487d

      I am doing Noom and it’s working

    • Flowerchild1327

      487d

      If I remember to eat, I try to be mindful of what I eat. Though it doesn't always work out that way, sadly.

    • jamminbeauty

      488d

      Liquid only diet

    • AndromedaSpark

      503d

      I have a binge disorder and Autism, so that kinda makes its own twisted diet of bad and good

    • PrincessCheese

      503d

      Gluten free ( coeliac disease ) , high salt to help with chronic low blood pressure. Main thing for me is drink a lot of fluids. Looking at diet options to help with constipation right now

      • Chester

        486d

        @PrincessCheese anything with plenty of fibre will help with constipation, also unless lactose intolerant diary products like yoghurts and puddings can also help, diuretics like tea an coffee, try to avoid eggs, they can cause binding

    • ScottishSea

      503d

      Just curious if anyone with diabetes type 2 has tried intermittent fasting and if helped?

      • Chester

        486d

        @ScottishSea I wouldn't advice fasting with diabetes try to stick to a GI index, skipping meals or starving yourself can lower your glucose to much, you could end up having a lot of hypo issues, causing your type 2 to become type 1

        • Chester

          486d

          @Chester That's what happened to my brother in law, he's now insulin dependent

    • MidlightTheNightFury

      504d

      Favourite foods

    • mexo

      506d

      Vegan ❤️‍🩹

    • Twinkle54

      507d

      I avoid potassium and phosphorus, reducing my meat-based proteins and sodium.

    • Ashcookie

      510d

      I'm vegan, gluten free, sugar free (but I do have some fruit with just no processed sugar) and I try to follow a low glycemic and whole foods diet. But sometimes I do eat occasional snacks that I love because it's hard to stay away from all packaged foods for a long time. I quit Soda back in 2017 and I don't have any fried foods. I try to stay away from oil but I'll have healthy oils in snacks sometimes but not everyday. I also follow an anti-inflammatory diet because I have eczema and hormonal imbalances so I have to eat foods that'll help support that. For instance i have to cut off tomatoes and apples because they flare up my eczema. I also try to do low-moderate-carb but that's not my worries right now.

    • zozo131

      510d

      I tend to stick a gluten free diet but I find it hard as I haven’t been able to find a bread substitute that I like 😂

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @zozo131 oh I'm gluten free and I'm not really a bread person but they have great alternatives at healthy stores. I even love making my own from Simple Mills they have an artisan bread mix that's super easy to make and it's so good for pizza and stuff! You can message me for more info cause I've been GF since 2019.

    • partypete

      514d

      Red flag for “clean eating” I feel like that’s bordering on some diet culture bs

    • ClumsyWorm

      514d

      I just like eating 😂

    • teiovex

      514d

      entral feeding! I have a J tube

    • NurseyPA

      518d

      I wouldn't say I'm keto, but more consciously low carb. I also eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, and try to prepare my food in healthy ways such as air frying or grilling. I also drink a lot of water

    • HimboCollective

      518d

      Not giving into the diet industry's ploys, a blunt and a nice, rich, hearty meal is all I need to be happy /lh /nm

      • Chester

        486d

        @HimboCollective exactly, people don't get it's all money making gimics, as long as you stick to the food groups and balance it, don't go over your calorie intake, then you can pretty much eat whatever you want. I have. HND in sports and exercise science, which includes diet and nutrition, so I'm qualified to give advice, these companies pray on people's insecurities to make money, these diets cause all sorts of health issues, the keto is the most dangerous, causes liver and kidney damage. People have actually died from doing keto

    • iced

      518d

      Smoking diet

    • crazykitty

      521d

      Anything that I can eat and won't throw up I'll eat. My body is so picky every time it comes down to eat something. One minute I can eat cearal and I'll have 3 bowls. But if I just sit and wait for just a moment I could absolutely hate the idea of milk touching solids and only want pizza. So whatever I can keep down is what I eat.

    • Rainberries

      521d

      Gluten free as I have Celiac Disease.

    • Red914

      522d

      I made the choice when I was 12 to be a vegetarian. I feel like it has helped me as my health has declined. Six years ago my friend tried the muscle weakness test on me, and we adjusted my diet accordingly. Now I'm gluten free and I avoid nightshades. It's not an easy diet. And there are days when I don't want to eat. But it has helped my fibromyalgia and my IBS.

      • Chester

        486d

        @Red914 yet I tried all these diets, gluten free, I even tried vegan, made no difference to my pain whatsoever, diet doesn't work for everyone, everyone's balance and metabolism is different,, what works for you may not work for others

    • Gingeralamode

      522d

      As someone with an eating disorder, this definitely isn't something that should be on my page 🧐

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @Gingeralamode yeah I'm in Ed recovery right now and it can be a trigger. For me though even in Ed recovery I am vegan and gluten free still so I added that under the comments here. But yeah this shouldn't be for people with EDS.

        • Chester

          486d

          @Ashcookie me to, I'm in treatment for it right now, just working out my triggers, they started a help in the community, I meat a hcsw every week at his chosen destination, I have to order a drink and food and eat it in public. I'm having my 3rd meating this week, I've gone from eating nothing to eating a fairy cake in a cafe, I'm so proud of myself, I even kept it down, this week is going to be a struggle as every week the snack gets bigger, this week is a Panini, I'm absolutely terrified but also determined, I urge anyone going through eds to try this, I've come so far, although my psychologist believes I only need 4 more sessions, so she's spread them out to every 2 weeks, I know I have to go it alone at some point, but I'm scared that if I stop seeing them Im going to revert back, even though I still get support, I'm still scared

      • partypete

        514d

        @Gingeralamode amen

    • Ziggy_B

      522d

      I eat junk food mostly not by choice but I try to be mindful anyway. I drink water everyday, no sodas/fizzy drinks but if I do occasionally drink one it will be a light one like sprite or a sparkling water. I do intermittent fasting too but it can trigger my ED so it's hard not to binge afterwards.

    • TheUglyDuckling

      523d

      My answer was “find my answer in the comments.” Im low on finances and my health isn’t the best. I was just in the hospital shortly last year and it was a diabetic health scare. And my mental health was deteriorating. Honestly, I wasn’t taking my medications so I guess that’s my fault. So I’ve been trying to study health and how to eat better. I’ve been studying brain foods, super foods, how to read labels, processed foods, etc. And I’ve been trying to find ways to save money and what different apps and resources there are. Im still experimenting and haven’t quite found the answers yet but I’m getting there. I suffer from adhd so it’s extra difficult for me to find motivation for stuff such as hygiene and healthy eating and exercise and weight loss. So luckily I’ve been off the caffeine and sodas for awhile and I’ve been drinking water and I’m finally starting to notice changes and improvements. And I’ve started taking my meds again but have yet to find a therapist who specializes in my subtype of ocd or a proper psychiatrist. I’ve heard bad things about diets and I’ve tried and failed the vegetarian/vegan lifestyle and learned that eating meat isn’t so bad as long as you’re living off the land and killing them with respect and they’re lean and good types of meats and stuff. It depends I guess. I try to go easy on myself but push myself at my own pace. I don’t try to lose weight or look nice or like a model or anything for personal reasons but I do try to be healthy for mental agility and emotional and spiritual wellbeing since I’m extra vulnerable bc I’m prone to mental health crisis. I mean, I might try exercise later on down the road but I’m not in a rush again for personal reasons. So basically I haven’t found my “diet” or “healthy life style” yet but I’m sure I will eventually at my own pace.

      • Chester

        486d

        @TheUglyDuckling as long as you stick to the food groups and keep to your calorie intake, you can pretty much eat whatever, there is no need for these fancy diets, I have a HND in sports and exercise science which includes diet and nutrition so I'm qualified to give advice

    • nuttynurse

      523d

      I eat when im hungry so very rarely. I only eat what i fancy which could be anything from meat to just a milkshake. My eating has been an issue for years

    • AtlasSilas

      523d

      Non of the above, I am incredibly picky because of me being autistic

    • theitgirl

      523d

      Kosher and acd!

    • RMSjohns

      524d

      No dairy, allergic to all milk products.

    • Ash.G

      524d

      I do low dairy and less greasy foods. I might also eat less gluten.

    • Bexter

      524d

      I mostly eat my safe foods wich are chocolate pop tarts Yorkshire puddings and plain pasta I do sometimes try other food, but it has to be at my pace

    • A_Delicate_Flower

      524d

      Dairy free, gluten free, and sugar free. The closer I stick to this the better for me. Although with the gluten and sugar, I can "cheat" with a small treat now and then without a full on flare. Especially on days that I feel pretty good or need the extra calories because I exercised.

    • BbyBunnny

      524d

      I have fructose malabsorption, meaning my body doesn't digest fructose fast. So I try to be careful with my sugar intake, consuming as little as possible

    • Aaronb03

      527d

      I'm careful with diets bc of my past with anorexia, but mindful eating+ the Mediterranean diet makes me feel really good, I can notice the difference in my mood and energy when I'm eating this way

    • drag_fan44

      527d

      Lots of veggies and protein,but sparingly have desserts. Or make the weight loss friendly kind. I use plain fat free Greek yogurt and a sugar free fat free instant jello pudding powder and make a mousse/dip type of dessert. Very tasty and filling.

    • ControlRoomSys

      527d

      I’m vegetarian because the texture of meat has always been gross to me.

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @ControlRoomSys I was also never one for fish either. I'd always get vegetarian sushi lol

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @ControlRoomSys Same I never liked meat ever so that's why I went vegan and I also hated eggs and I'm allergic to milk!

    • kaths

      527d

      Gluten free, mostly homemade at the moment and considering the Mediterranean diet too

    • Gingeralamode

      527d

      Imagine almost promoting Keto while supporting eating disorders??? Wow.

    • kezzykins

      527d

      Slimming world. I tried keto and found I could loose the same while eating spuds!!

    • Deathfuffy

      527d

      I have bounced about as needed. I did keto for weight loss it was amazing, but have to move to no carb no sugar less protein while pregnant, moved to vegan after birth since my baby is allergic to milk protein. It's been a roller-coaster of diets

      • Chester

        486d

        @Deathfuffy please don't go back to keto. It's dangerous, it can cause liver and kidney damage later on, there's a reason you can't have that diet during pregnancy, any diet that can damage a feotus should be a red flag for anyone, people have died from using keto diet, it may not show now, but give it 10 years and then you will know about it, I'm not saying don't diet just not keto

    • colourfulburrito

      561d

      I'm also allergic to tomatoes

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @colourfulburrito it triggers my eczema too

    • colourfulburrito

      561d

      I try to restrict as I have an eating disorder but things get bad and I binge and make myself sick so I can never really stick to a diet.

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @colourfulburrito I've been there and honestly it was an awful time for me. My health was like failing. I'm now in Ed recovery and I hope and pray that you someday can have peace with food and have a diet you'll stick to that'll help you smile and be happy with yourself. It's hard for me now but I don't have as much stress back then which I'm thankful about.

    • Tracks

      562d

      I don’t really follow any certain diet. I just do everything in moderation.

    • Wednesday_7

      562d

      Slightly high sodium and very bland foods. Basically a bagel in the morning, 2 pb&js for lunch, and dinner is whatever I am given.

    • DreamyFartist

      562d

      I'm a pollotarian! I only eat chicken meat in an attempt to cut red meats out of my diet. Also, just to help the environment a little bit.

    • 3za

      562d

      I was vegan for 2 years and vegetarian for 4 years. I also tried a juice cleanse, and raw veganism. I am now a pescatarian and eat fish since I am following the anti-inflamatory diet which was recommended by my doctor :)

    • Neuroweird

      562d

      Vegan, but for ethical reasons rather than health. I try to base my diet mostly around wholefoods though for health.

    • coffeencigarettes

      562d

      Peskitarian. Just fish and chicken and sometimes vegetarian.

    • turtle27

      562d

      Vegetarian

    • Swordemaster

      563d

      Kosher

    • freds

      563d

      i eat all food except seafood because ew and also i dont eat mushrooms and some other vegetables either

    • CarlieR

      564d

      Carnivore diet

    • Teal100

      564d

      Low fat, low fiber for my gastroparesis. No gluten or dairy.

    • spoonie1234

      564d

      IF, generally plant based, usually low-glycemic index. mostly just a preference!

    • CoyoteHuffHuff

      564d

      I exercise daily and learned to listen to what my body needs. Since then, I love what I eat and rarely eat the crap I used to.

    • Student_girl

      564d

      Vegetarian

    • OurLadyOfChaos

      564d

      I mean vegetarian is a thing....

    • Zoey_Val

      565d

      Mediterranean diet is super anti inflammatory! Has helped me

    • SophiaRockette

      565d

      I'm vegan!🌱

    • ashgever

      566d

      Metabolism confusion . Healthy eating. I go from high calorie to lower calories Every other day to every couple days.

    • Eren2273

      566d

      No diet

    • ChaosEnergy

      569d

      Vegetarian 👍

    • roz0113

      569d

      I have a really shitty diet, because I skip meals all the time and don't eat enough.

    • Jewelicorn

      569d

      My diet is a mess and kind of a mix of everything, but I do eat less meat that average

    • Littlebit1

      569d

      I do a Low fodmap diet. At least I try to do that.

    • Magpie42

      569d

      I do a modified paleo. I don't avoid any veggies or fruits but I do try to stay away from empty carbs.

    • phoebeee

      569d

      im a vegetarian

    • Something_Strange

      570d

      I've been doing keto but it's gonna be difficult through the holidays

    • Kittypop

      573d

      I lost 20lbs fairly quickly & w/o realizing last year while planning my wedding. I found out this year that it was due to 2 of my medications having uses for weight loss (didn't know this previously). So basically my mind was telling me I wasn't hungry & I was skipping lots of meals. Now that I'm aware, and I'm no longer distracted/stressed out with wedding planning, I make sure to eat my 3 meals each day. I'm happy to say I've already gained half of the weight back (: which puts me at a healthy weight for my age & height!

    • redhotpandas

      575d

      I be eating so much ramen and eggs.... but I do eat healthy when I can. I'm just a broke college student

    • Overcomer

      575d

      GF, fodmap, no dairy, no sugar low salt

    • AudaCity

      575d

      We eat vegetarian! We used to have to be low FODMAP due to gastroparesis but it's cleared up in recent years so I've been able to add more food back into my diet.

    • WhiteFlamingo

      575d

      I don't have a particular diet. I try to get the proper nutrients in my body and and not eat only junk. I do try to eat a decent amount of protein because it's best for my low blood sugar. I also eat a lot of carbs for the same reason and because a lot of food I like has a lot of it. But I don't really restrict myself at all.

    • maharahnee

      575d

      🤗moving to ketogenic diet gradually. I have Angela Stanton's book about migraines but I find a lot of it is too complicated for me. Extra salt and water and milk makes sense but not at night. I was going to the bathroom every hour to urinate.

    • Cara55

      575d

      I just like food trying to be mindful of my slightly high cholesterol 👍

    • Masscrystal

      575d

      I eat a lot then I gain weight and I starve myself

    • Nicoratboy

      575d

      As someone who struggled with a ED i just eat whatever/ whenever and I just try and eat more than normal

    • ThatChick

      575d

      I don't diet, it's not good for me to label foods good or bad

    • Snuggie

      575d

      I’m doing the clean eating diet right now. My intestines are very inflamed so anything but clean foods sends me into a deep pain. I also make sure my sodium and water intake are increased for the POTS.

    • royalty

      575d

      I'm trying to follow an anti-inflammatory diet for Fibro, PANDAS, and psoriasis but also a high sodium diet because of my POTS.

    • hydroepilepic21

      575d

      I have an intollerance to dairy and almonds, I try to eat small portions and have light snacks here and there.

    • starrybun

      575d

      I have a LOT of food allergies, so my diet is very restricted. I make sure to rotate between safe foods to get enough protein, vitamins, antioxidants, fiber, etc. and supplement with a lot of doctor approved vitamins. It's very expensive and involves a lot of cooking, but I wouldn't be alive otherwise!

    • Cif

      695d

      I'm on a restricted diet because of my PANS. It's just things my OCD allows me to eat, otherwise I will panic.

    • Feather

      695d

      Gluten Free because I have celiac disease

    • ina

      696d

      where my vegans at🌱🌱

    • Cece7

      696d

      Don’t follow a specific diet plan but I’m trying to slowly replace meat in my diet with more vegetarian and vegan options. Also trying to reduce how much sugar I eat daily and less snacks as well. Trying to just focus on eating healthier all around but not depriving myself of anything either.

    • Anthea

      696d

      i have celiac so i keep a 100% gluten free diet, and i'm mostly dairy free as well and i have a couple of allergies but other than that i'm not too picky lol

    • SashaM90s

      696d

      I'm gonna call this one the closet diet where I look around and feel I cant find anything to eat because I dont have enough energy to use the stovetop or it just doesn't sound good to me/not craving it yet

    • Terp

      696d

      I try to only eat what doesn't make me sick(which is a much smaller list than I would like). No egg, gluten, dairy, sucralose, apples, whole nuts, pickles, or certain really spicy peppers. Im not very good at sticking with this, and some things I am able to "cheat" a little, but generally if I cheat I hurt or am incredibly nauseous later.

    • snm83

      696d

      I refuse to diet

    • Dayze

      696d

      I only eat when hungry which isn't very often and rarely eat meals. Only snacks as I see fit

    • Faye123

      696d

      I physically can't eat a lot in one sitting so I basically just eat small amounts in the evening, usually I am not hungry until 4 in the afternoon. So...I basically only eat to take my meds

    • Vi.Vi

      734d

      Frozen corn dogs and lots of candy bars

    • Sunflora

      747d

      I saw a dietician and the only things I don’t eat are things I’m allergic to, things I don’t like, and things that will harm my body. Otherwise, I eat anything in amounts that my body wants

    • Kristalcooke

      747d

      None

    • vitamin_T

      748d

      i feel like 16/8 intermittent fasting has given me a healthier relationship with food, and kinda helped with my ADHD. i don't eat til later in the day, so having mornings where i'm not sluggish from food but not hungry really help me with executive function.

    • Kofuku

      748d

      Anything I can manage to eat with an eating disorder ARFID :\

    • 100Percent_K

      748d

      Anti-inflammatory + low fiber

    • wise

      748d

      I'm allergic to everything under the sun so I eat the foods that hurt the least. these are obviously not consistent, because why would food be easy

    • clowntown

      748d

      I have a lot of allergies and intolerances, I'll eat anything that doesn't hurt me or make me sick

    • comealittlecloser

      845d

      I’m trying to avoid refined carbs, dairy, and sugar for my skin and hopefully some weight loss

    • Meggers

      845d

      Currently struggling with loss of appetite. Funny enough, it started when I quit alcohol 18 months ago. But it’s been much worse the last 6 months. I’m trying to gain some back, so I’m trying to eat whatever looks good, even if I don’t feel hungry.

    • darkdaylily

      845d

      Gluten/Dairy free and no junk foods

    • JoranTal

      846d

      AIP

    • ChubbyLamb

      846d

      I try to stick to a whole foods, plant based diet but I will occasionally have other stuff. I have a history with disordered eating so I'm not strict about it. Oh, I only completely avoid dairy. That one my body really hates so I don't bother with it.

    • eve_silva

      846d

      I have some trigger foods because of crohn’s that often cause symptoms (fried food, things with lots of food dye, high-fat cheeses, stuff like that) I eat a lot of lean meats, low-fat dairy products, and white bread and bagels

    • IndigoChi

      846d

      I’m on a modified low FODMAP diet because I can’t digest certain foods.

    • Temprise

      846d

      As someone who has HS, I’ve found the Mediterranean diet helps keep flare ups at bay, not forever but it does help my body chill

    • Vict.xx

      846d

      im definitely trying to be more of a mindful eater. slowly leaning towards of becoming a vegetarian but its kinda hard with my fam and how/what they cook. so i try my best to stay away from pork and beef

    • alisonn

      846d

      I'm allergic to so many foods. There is at least 33 that I know for sure... it's so hard to eat anything

    • kindheart

      846d

      Shelter diet

    • HisIrishBabyGirl

      846d

      Renal Diet

    • Aeiou

      950d

      Due to having stomach problems since 2016 and having blood tested for celiac disease, which I only recently found out the test was negative. (No other tests being run since). And since April of 2021 I’ve had terrible episodes of, whatever the heck it is that’s going on, on and off. Though I also have regular daily symptoms. I’m not going to get into any of it here, but I’ve been on a Low FODMAP diet, low fat, gluten free (I can eat small portions of gluten with minimal to no symptoms), lactose free, egg free, limiting soy products… Basically, I’m struggling to find foods that I can eat freely without symptoms flaring up and causing suffering 🙃🤦

      • colourfulburrito

        561d

        @Aeiou back in January, my dietitian said try the low fodmap diet which didn't really work for me as I literally never eat any of those things anyway. She told me she'd call me back in 6 weeks. It's been 11 months.

        • Aeiou

          462d

          @colourfulburrito I am so sorry to hear that and I hope you’ve been able to see someone else! I have since worked with a gut health coach online and I did Autoimmune Paleo diet. It worked wonders and I’m able to get more nutrients in my diet (with the occasional symptoms, but it’s much less than to begin with). If you haven’t heard of it already, it’s essentially another type of elimination diet, but it focuses on reducing inflammation and promoting healing.

    • candle

      957d

      Whole food plant based.

    • JettaGuy67

      972d

      I have trained my body to eat in the afternoon/night time and don't normally eat breakfast or lunch I usually have a big meal at night a few hours before bed normally I have found that with some light snacks if I am hungry and really good hydration does the trick. I usually spend less on food than I would on a 3 meal diet and I have maintained a proper weight and health with my diet it might not be for everyone but I usually work all day like 12-16 hour days Usually just some granola bars and small smacks help me alot just a lot of water and electrolytes such as propel does a wonder for me and then eating whatever I want at dinner time! It's honestly the best for me personally with my work and lifestyle meshing the way it does and it might not be perfect sometimes I do get hungry in the middle of the day and eat if I feel the need to and other days I'm just not hungry till dinner time Just my 2 cents maybe it would work for some but not all I can basically eat literally whatever I want and not gain weight but maybe it's just my metabolism I've always been like this even when eating 2-3 meals a day when I was younger as a child and teen

    • Bubblegumpranker

      973d

      To be honest, I just eat a small set of things over and over again and I rarely travel outside of it. 😅

    • Neomi

      974d

      I eat everything, I try to buy low fat food but honestly most of the time I eat out or make something easy like pasta.

    • Meme619

      974d

      I have gastroparesis which really affects my appetite and what I'm able to eat. I watch my carbs because I'm also T1D but I eat what I can when I can. Sometimes my appetite is just nonexistent and I have to remind myself to eat. When my stomach is hurting really badly or I have a lot of nausea I rely on protein and nutritional shakes.

    • oof

      975d

      Mostly plant based

    • lillypod21

      975d

      I follow a 45 carb diet. Its a different diet for sure. But its a diet that my diabetes nutritionist told me I should follow

    • Mermaid

      975d

      Vegetarian 🌱

    • Donna

      975d

      A low carb

    • BreBee

      976d

      Mainly a blan diet due to my IBS, but I also have an extreme sweet tooth due to my medications

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @BreBee Do you like chocolate? I hear that dark chocolate is good for IBS since I suffer from it but make sure not to get ones with sugar preservatives because I accidently got a sugar free chocolate bar with Inulin that literally triggered my IBS and made my stomach hurt so bad 😔

    • drp

      976d

      There’s no vegetarian option! I try to be as vegan as possible, but my executive dysfunction gets to where I can’t make myself food and it’s hard to eat a balanced vegan diet if you’re only eating out/microwave meals!

    • Biscuit

      977d

      I avoid trigger foods personal to me (gluten, dairy, perservatives, sunflower oil, apples, and high sugars).

      • Ashcookie

        510d

        @Biscuit Same I'm personally allergic to apples so I can't eat them otherwise I get eczema on my cheek 😥

    • Spectre

      978d

      Full Keto… dropped my triglycerides below 80, raised HDL, above 60 and my LDL is mainly large particle, low number. Triglycerides/HDL is a huge risk factor for determining CAD… less than 2.0 is ideal. If you do t know about particle size in cholesterol you need to research. Far more important than the number. 75% of heart attack victims DONT have high cholesterol…it’s the ratio of T/H that matters and particle size of LDL.

    • Aubs3296

      978d

      Mainly for me, and anti inflammatory diet. Meaning no Gluten. And going to Try cutting dairy soon as well.

    • Nightowl

      979d

      I don't have the energy to make healthy meals.

    • Fiesty

      979d

      "Anti-Inflammatory" is my thing right now.

    • Fortune

      979d

      Gluten free Only made from scratch foods, no package foods

    • Goldnz4Me

      996d

      I had a gastric bypass surgery on 11/30/2004. So, I follow a 17 year ( now) post op diet .... ( which " boils down" to 1) protein 1st ... lots of water.. no snacking... Daily exercise) ...... SPECIAL TO ME **** LOW/ NO SODIUM ( My hands / feet swell to the point of PAIN 😭. NO SUGAR / USE "SUBSTITUTES " ( I have a former history of "diabetes " ( that surgery CURED) . And part of the " built in" beauty of the bypass is when you eat real sugar , it literally makes you sick...teaching you NOT TO EAT THAT ..... "NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENT " ...

    • Alwaysfatuged

      996d

      Vegetarian and gluten free

    • Ellen

      998d

      I was definitely a "seefood" kind of eater. But in the last year I've tried to eat less carbs and sugar due to my diabetes.

    • Emma37

      998d

      I try to eat clean! Which means more whole foods and limit highly processed snack foods, sweets and other packaged foods. But I let myself eat my favorite food like ice cream 😋

    • Spilledpills

      999d

      Low sodium and sugar

    • Nik10

      1000d

      I try the Mediterranean diet in an attempt to low my cholesterol levels.

    • bornalive121

      1000d

      I always eat but no fat diet

    • Mae

      1011d

      Anti-inflammatory diet

    • NatashaRomanoff2021

      1011d

      Gluten free due to celiac disease, but I LOVE the Mediterranean diet.

    • IAmTired247

      1012d

      No diet as I never eat food

      • Fibrofoggirl

        562d

        @IAmTired247 same I make smoothies

    • PainfullyAlix

      1013d

      Vegetarian!

      • depressedunicorn

        696d

        @PainfullyAlix heyyy mostly vegetarian here!

    • nikkilbook

      1013d

      The goal is to transition to the keto diet and test it for a couple of months to see what effect it has on my POTS, but I also have ARFID and so anything food-related is tricky for me.

    • Goldnz4Me

      1013d

      Gastric Bypass/ 17 yrs now. Low fat & low sugar , low volume, high protein, lots of watet

    • bryab

      1013d

      ❤️

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