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    Honestly, caring about my physique has given me an eating disorder. I can never look at food the way I did at 16. Is it a good or a bad thing? What qualifies as Disordered eating? What is the norm supposed to be? Is it what everybody else does? Nobody eats the same really... just random thoughts.
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    Originally Posted by racindude52 View Post
    Honestly, caring about my physique has given me an eating disorder. I can never look at food the way I did at 16. Is it a good or a bad thing? What qualifies as Disordered eating? What the norm supposed to be? what everybody else does? Nobody eats the same really... just random thoughts.
    Can you elaborate a tad on this please?

    Do you mean you just dont care or like the food anymore?

    Or are you afraid its bad for you and will make you fat and unhealthy etc?..
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    Originally Posted by Gxp23 View Post
    Can you elaborate a tad on this please?

    Do you mean you just dont care or like the food anymore?

    Or are you afraid its bad for you and will make you fat and unhealthy etc?..
    As in I can never eat without caring if it "fits my macros" for more than a day... It's always in the back of my mind. Even some bro science sh!t stays back there.
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    Originally Posted by racindude52 View Post
    As in I can never eat without caring if it "fits my macros" for more than a day... It's always in the back of my mind. Even some bro science sh!t stays back there.
    Sounds horrible, how long have you been like this?
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    IMHO tracking macros every day is a form of an eating disorder. Low in severity (for most), but a disorder nonetheless.
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    Originally Posted by necon76 View Post
    IMHO tracking macros every day is a form of an eating disorder. Low in severity (for most), but a disorder nonetheless.
    Well fuk, I though I was answering the OP, then realize this is the 2nd page, I really need a coffee, Gxp is tired.
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    Originally Posted by Gxp23 View Post
    Sounds horrible, how long have you been like this?
    Once you become consciously aware of nutrition, I find it difficult to completely forget it. I still have let go or fuk it days, but my mind's tendency to overanalyse persists. IMO, it isn't necessarily about completely doing away with those feelings, but realizing that they are not an accurate perception of reality and should not be given validity.
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    It's only a disorder if it negatively impacts your overall well being/sanity or those around you. being food conscious is fine, macro tracking is a bit redundant for most
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    Originally Posted by midcoastking33 View Post
    It's only a disorder if it negatively impacts your overall well being/sanity or those around you. being food conscious is fine, macro tracking is a bit redundant for most
    How might this be considered an ED?
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    Originally Posted by WMLifting View Post
    How might this be considered an ED?
    Because if you prioritize your diet over the people in your life then you have disordered habits
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    Originally Posted by Lvisaa2 View Post
    Once you become consciously aware of nutrition, I find it difficult to completely forget it. I still have let go or fuk it days, but my mind's tendency to overanalyse persists. IMO, it isn't necessarily about completely doing away with those feelings, but realizing that they are not an accurate perception of reality and should not be given validity.
    While I agree, you should know; I had to read that 4 times before I could understand it correctly, because;

    A. I am very tired.
    B. You talk like a Greek philosopher, in fluent Greek.
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    Originally Posted by Gxp23 View Post
    While I agree, you should know; I had to read that 4 times before I could understand it correctly, because;

    A. I am very tired.
    B. You talk like a Greek philosopher, in fluent Greek.
    I'm aware. My professor just gave me back a paper. She said she thoroughly enjoyed it, but she implored me to write less densely and she had to read and re-read at times to grasp it. It's just the way my mind works, I've always been abstract and pretty robust with my language. Read german philosophers and you'll think my writing is terse. I have read single sentences that spanned whole pages.

    It's kinda weird, though, because I only write/talk that way in certain situations. It's like my academia switch flips and I change. Then at other times, I tend to be very colloquial.
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    Originally Posted by Lvisaa2 View Post
    I'm aware. My professor just gave me back a paper. She said she thoroughly enjoyed it, but she implored me to write less densely and she had to read and re-read at times to grasp it. It's just the way my mind works, I've always been abstract and pretty robust with my language. Read german philosophers and you'll think my writing is terse. I have read single sentences that spanned whole pages.
    While I enjoy reading your posts that are like this, please do lol, sometimes it can confuse me, although I do like the dense abstract way of getting a point across, it helps in a number of ways.

    What was the paper on if you dont mind me asking?
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    Originally Posted by Gxp23 View Post
    While I enjoy reading your posts that are like this, please do lol, sometimes it can confuse me, although I do like the dense abstract way of getting a point across, it helps in a number of ways.

    What was the paper on if you dont mind me asking?
    Just our general therapeutic perspective. Human nature, etiology of disorders, and the therapeutic relationship/process.
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    Originally Posted by Lvisaa2 View Post
    Just our general therapeutic perspective. Human nature, etiology of disorders, and the therapeutic relationship/process.
    I can Imagine what your prof went through, just through reading your posts here, I can only wonder what a paper based on that subject would be like. Wish I had took the time to further advance my education, I mean we are the same age, and I feel like a complete dipchit reading your posts most of the time.
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    IMHO tracking macros every day is a form of an eating disorder. Low in severity (for most), but a disorder nonetheless.
    even on a cut?
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    Originally Posted by gymjunki3 View Post
    even on a cut?
    are you going to compete for a professional show?

    if not, tracking to a T is idioticy...like:

    "omg, 2 grams of salt, lemme my fitnesspal this"

    I've seen people tracking ice..srs


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    Originally Posted by gymjunki3 View Post
    even on a cut?

    Micromanaging everything that goes into your mouth is far from "normal" behaviour, especially outside of this subculture.
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    I've seen people tracking ice..srs
    it.
    This is stupidity not an eating disorder
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    Originally Posted by necon76 View Post
    Micromanaging everything that goes into your mouth is far from "normal" behaviour, especially outside of this subculture.
    Perhaps we need to re-define "normal" is eating anything you want all day every day with total disregard to nutritional content (as the majority of the over weight population does) considered "normal" or is that a disorder??

    I still challenge the notion that Lobliner made that I.F. leads to eating disorders...or that you can't show up ion stage "in shape" following I.F. or IIFYM
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    Originally Posted by Lvisaa2 View Post
    I'm aware. My professor just gave me back a paper. She said she thoroughly enjoyed it, but she implored me to write less densely and she had to read and re-read at times to grasp it. It's just the way my mind works, I've always been abstract and pretty robust with my language. Read german philosophers and you'll think my writing is terse. I have read single sentences that spanned whole pages.

    It's kinda weird, though, because I only write/talk that way in certain situations. It's like my academia switch flips and I change. Then at other times, I tend to be very colloquial.
    I can understand this as well. At times it is required due to the circumstances, but at other times it is good to just speak commonly. I find this is good for keeping a professional appearance/effect toward some, while others respond better to "the good ole Southern boy" talk. Plus it helps keep people's perception of you in balance. They can recognize you are highly intellectual, but at the same time it hasn't gone to your head and inflated your ego.

    On a funny note, I have a problem about mimicking other peoples dialect, although completely unintentional. My dialect when speaking to my grandfather (extremely Southern) is completely different than speaking to a Northerner, and still different than speaking with someone from the UK. My mother used to get onto me about that as she thought people would take it offensively and that I was mocking them, but it was so natural I did not even notice until I actually started paying attention to the way I was pronouncing certain words.
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    I can understand this as well. At times it is required due to the circumstances, but at other times it is good to just speak commonly. I find this is good for keeping a professional appearance/effect toward some, while others respond better to "the good ole Southern boy" talk. Plus it helps keep people's perception of you in balance. They can recognize you are highly intellectual, but at the same time it hasn't gone to your head and inflated your ego.

    On a funny note, I have a problem about mimicking other peoples dialect, although completely unintentional. My dialect when speaking to my grandfather (extremely Southern) is completely different than speaking to a Northerner, and still different than speaking with someone from the UK. My mother used to get onto me about that as she thought people would take it offensively and that I was mocking them, but it was so natural I did not even notice until I actually started paying attention to the way I was pronouncing certain words.
    Yeah, I think I can migrate between the two pretty well, especially in person. In writing it tends to be a little different, because I just associate writing anything remotely thought-provoking with academia.
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    Originally Posted by Gxp23 View Post
    While I agree, you should know; I had to read that 4 times before I could understand it correctly, because;

    A. I am very tired.
    B. You talk like a Greek philosopher, in fluent Greek.
    You must be tired man, seemed pretty clear to me

    Originally Posted by Lvisaa2 View Post
    I'm aware. My professor just gave me back a paper. She said she thoroughly enjoyed it, but she implored me to write less densely and she had to read and re-read at times to grasp it. It's just the way my mind works, I've always been abstract and pretty robust with my language. Read german philosophers and you'll think my writing is terse. I have read single sentences that spanned whole pages.

    It's kinda weird, though, because I only write/talk that way in certain situations. It's like my academia switch flips and I change. Then at other times, I tend to be very colloquial.
    I think can be sign of a good writer to be honest; I also have a very similar writing style to you, although it might not come across that way on these forums. I've shared some of my writing with my dad before, and even though it was clear in my mind, and seemingly obvious, a lot of people like reading things in simple short sentences. The skill in writing, at least to a fairly educated audience, is being able to use specific words that can describe things (sometimes multiple things) more completely. Christopher Hitchens I find is someone who is good in this regard.

    And couldn't a agree more with the part in bold, too much real life.
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    Originally Posted by Milone79 View Post
    Perhaps we need to re-define "normal" is eating anything you want all day every day with total disregard to nutritional content (as the majority of the over weight population does) considered "normal" or is that a disorder??

    I still challenge the notion that Lobliner made that I.F. leads to eating disorders...or that you can't show up ion stage "in shape" following I.F. or IIFYM

    So your 2 possibilities for normal behaviour are either obsessively tracking macros, or mindlessly shovelling unlimited amounts of food down your gullet?
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    So your 2 possibilities for normal behaviour are either obsessively tracking macros, or mindlessly shovelling unlimited amounts of food down your gullet?
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    Originally Posted by Milone79 View Post
    I must be on his Gay-dar or something..maybe he likes me?? Should I pepper my angus?? LOL Brett bra I like the V sorry brah.
    Lol, he negged me over that.
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