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I'd like to see if any anons out there can relate to my goals and help me stay accountable. I don't want to lose weight; however I want to change my crappy eating habits. Cut out sugar and refined carbs completely (my prob is more sugar tho) and more veggies/greens.
My problems is I hate cooking (my kitchen is a old, broke disaster, which contributes to not wanting to use it I guess), there are delis on every corner were I live were you can pop in and buy a snacks, and no one takes me seriously because I'm skinny and they decide it sounds like ED talk and try to convince me not to change anything. My dad and uncle already have beetus, my cousin has borderline beetus and none of them had to reach planet status to get it. We just got the genetic lottery shit end of the stick in term of beetus.
I've been trying to do this for 10+ years I think, with a really minimized selection of what I can eat that's sweet but my maximum endurance for not eating anything sweet was a whole ass 3 days.I no longer drink anything but unsweetened tea, water and the occasional redbull, and the only sweets I can eat are chocolate chip cookies, chocolate croissants, vegan ice cream, and Cliff bars.
I want to be completely sugar free by the end of 2020, I really want this to be the year I glow up my whole life. Right now I am trying to make myself cook more at home, but I really hate it.
I'm a sugar free anon because of my skin, and I can highly recommend using stevia. It made the transition much easier for me because I can still make cookies and ice cream for myself.
Aside from that I do have a self-control technique to offer. I never eat out anywhere or buy any snacks aside from nuts and corn chips because I switched my mindset to it being forbidden. My head just associates it with horrible acne so I get frightened and no longer am tempted.
Basically just give yourself a phobia of sugar. That's my advice.
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I wasn’t sure if there is a more relevant fitness advice thread but I’ll just post my question here. When I do plie squats or flex my legs like this the inner thigh muscle is only visible on one side. Does this mean I have a muscle imbalance? What are exercises I should do so that the muscle shows on the other leg?