Do you gain weight by eating small amounts and throwing it up?
Yes, you can lose weight. You can also cause ulcers to your throat, erode the enamel an your teeth and stress your body into a heart attack. Eat sensible, learn to live with your body and don't even think about doing stupid stuff like throwing up. Hi, When you eat little, your body goes into overdrive and all the food you do consume, the fat from this food is stored in your body and yes, this can cause you to gain weight. Throwing up food is very dangerous to your health and causes stomach errosions, teeth enamel errosion and rotting of your teeth. It also causes ulcers and abdominal and even fertility problems. If you want to lose weight, then see your doctor who can help you. Dont go bullimic.
Eating disorders are mostly psychological. The two main eating disorders are anorexia, when a person eats very small amounts of food and thinks they're overweight when they really aren't, and bulimia, when a person over eats and then tries to make up for it by throwing up. If this is happening to talk to a doctor, and most importantly, your parents.
Yes it can. Bread of all kinds (including wholemeal bread) is a refined processed carbohydrate. As with a lot of things, eating excessive amounts of it will make you fat. However, eating even small amounts of bread can cause problems, including weight gain or obesity, if you are carbohydrate sensitive. I stopped eating bread completely and lost weight. If you really cannot live without it, aim to have only 1-2 slices of wholemeal bread in…
Obviously eating large quantities, will be harmful, possibly deadly. However, small quantities will have no adverse affect and will pass quite happily through the digestive system. If in any doubt - see a DOCTOR - ASAP Small amounts - no. Small amounts - no. No, but it is not advisable either. no,you will just digest it,but it is no advisable.
Of course you will, but it will be water/fat/muscle etc. Want to lose weight eat small amounts of healthy food every 2 hours. If you feel hungry you waited to long to eat, this will keep your blood sugar stable, speed metbo, and remember why would your body want to store fat if it has constant energy. Not eating will cause the metbolism to slow down, store fat etc.
No, eating your booger actually help your body from getting sick. Eating your booger can help you buy introducing new bacterias to your body in small amounts. By eating these small bacteria your body then becomes more smart and more immune to them and can protect you from getting sick. Im not encouraging to eat them, but if you do try to do it when no one is lookin or when your by yourself.
Because if we did not have food we would starve and die . The manner in which we eat is important for good digestion and for keeping our weight at healthy levels. Stress free eating helps prevent heart burn and the slower we eat the more time we give our body to realize that it is full. Eating small amounts often seems to help us maintane good health as well, rather than eating one big…
Please take note that a kid can lose weight (not loose) by eating less and by exercising. Stay away from butter, sugar and soda, go easy on bread and focus on vegetables and small amounts of lean meat such as chicken (skinless) or turkey. Also stay away from fast food. You can lose around 3 or 4 pounds in a week if you try.
In most Europeon countries they eat with the fork in the left hand and push their food onto the fork eating with the fork pointing down and in very small amounts. More the French way which is why most French people eat 12 course meals but eating in very small amounts it's not unusual for people in France to eat like this on a regular basis and stay thin.
There are two factors involved here. One is that cake, generally speaking, is not healthy and should be had on occasion and only in small-to-medium amounts even then. This is without regard to weight-gain and applies (for example) to sugary, fatty, and salty foods. The other factor is that weight-gain depends upon the total calories you eat, as balanced against your calorie expenditure. It doesn't depend upon any one specific food. See also: Weight-loss