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  1. #21
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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    Do you just eat bread, biscuits and potato? Only carbohydrates and no protein, fruit or vegetables?

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    Or even Aldi's tomato soup lol much cheaper and personally still very nice, now everyone knows where I shop ATB

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    There's nowt wrong with Aldi

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    Quote Originally Posted by Phuzella View Post
    There's nowt wrong with Aldi
    Used to be a brand person, but not any more lol ATB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phuzella View Post
    Have Heinze tomato soup. That's delicious
    I'm worried about the seasoning and the tomato and the sugars from which... I'm worried they'll irritate my stomach and make me sick :'(

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    Yep every day I eat
    A bowl of rice krispies with a yogurt
    1 shortbread biscuit
    1 farleys baby rusk with 2 strawberry yogurts
    1 jacket potato - plain and a slice of bread
    1 shortbread biscuit

    That's it... I'm too scared anything else will make me feel or be physically sick... HELP!!!

    ---------- Post added at 20:10 ---------- Previous post was at 20:06 ----------

    More foods I want to eat but scared to are
    Rice
    Carrots
    Bananas
    Crisps
    Jam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carys View Post
    Do you just eat bread, biscuits and potato? Only carbohydrates and no protein, fruit or vegetables?
    Yep every day I eat
    A bowl of rice krispies with a yogurt
    1 shortbread biscuit
    1 farleys baby rusk with 2 strawberry yogurts
    1 jacket potato - plain and a slice of bread
    1 shortbread biscuit

    That's it... I'm too scared anything else will make me feel or be physically sick... HELP!!!

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    Don't worry about the sugars in tomato soup. Your food list above is all carbs/sugar. No protein minimum vitamins /minerals.

    ---------- Post added at 20:14 ---------- Previous post was at 20:13 ----------

    Nome of the foods you want to try are known for causing sickness. Eat small portions and you'll be ok

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    Unless there is really something wrong with your digestive system then you will be fine for sure, we can understand your concerns but anxiety is playing trick with your head try small bits of what you want to first,you are missing out on some tasty stuff enjoy ATB

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    Have you been limiting your food like this for a long time Memimck ?

    Are you seeing anyone to help with your phobia ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carys View Post
    Have you been limiting your food like this for a long time Memimck ?

    Are you seeing anyone to help with your phobia ?
    Yah for about 2 years now... I feel absolutely terrible and am very underweight I just panic so much I csnt stand feeling so unwell but i can handle the sickness felt from hunger

    I'm just scared I won't cook something right or the sugars in a food will be irritating or the dairy
    And now I worry because I haven't eaten this stuff in a while that I won't be able to handle it.... :(

    I'm very stuck

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    I want to see a hypnotist but I'm not sure it will help

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    Re: Yorkshire puddings

    You are missing out on so many important dietary elements necessary to keep you healthy, and for so long. I'm not surprised you are feeling unwell. You will of course know this, but you are in the grips of this horrible phobia. You didn't say, but I think it's incredibly important that you are seeing a doctor about this problem immediately. Have you visited a GP ?

    You are in such a difficult place with this right now, and you must get some help. This can be sorted out, but you need some real world help from someone who specialises in this sort of problem...a referral to help you build the skills to deal with the phobia and start eating things that can make you feel more well. You aren't as stuck as you think, it will just take a small step, reaching out for some help.

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    Fresh carrots (not cooked), peeled, and chopped into bite sized pieces would be a really good place to start. Have a bowl next to you to nibble on.

    Bananas are great, they tell ill people to eat bananas as they are so good for you, and very gentle on the stomach and easy to digest.

    How about raisins? You could mix a handful into your yoghurts?

    There is no protein in the list of 'things you want to try'

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