About a month ago, I started going to the gym every other day and went on a diet . Because of the diet, I cut my caloric intake and ate healthier. I've been noticing my relationship with food has changed in a negative way since then. Everyday, I notice I consumed less and less food then the day before. I'm worried that I'm on a downhill slope to an eating disorder. Right now, I consume about 900 calories a day. How little calories is considered unhealthy? How can I eat more, but not feel so guilty?
Maybe try a healthier diet. Counting calories is good, but make sure you're getting the nutrition your body need. Also, as you work out, you'll surely gain muscle mass that might balance the scale. As your gain muscle, you'll metabolism will also increase so it's a win/win! Don't give up and I'm sure you'll see results.View Thread