i run on the treadmill, do wiifit. See my problem is, at the time.. i eat the food and i really dont care, its AFTER i eat it that i get guilty and face the consequences. lol Im not like tiny, but im getting a very bloated tummy now and well.. when your use to being smaller.. its frustrating.
I hear ya! It IS frustrating when you used to be smaller...but I'm going to tell you something that maybe you don't want to hear, but I think is the honest truth: As you get older, your body changes and you're not going to be the same shape you were when you were 20 years old. I don't even think you can blame insulin and diabetes (although it can be convienent) because even my female friends who are not diabetic notice the same changes in their bodies. I'm pretty short and have always been a fairly thin (not super-skinny) person, but my body defintely changed somewhere around the time I was 24 or 25. I've definitely got bigger thighs and my tummy is a little big jigglier. Now I'm about to turn 30 and I've had a baby and of course, my body has changed again. I've got a little more "junk in the trunk" and where I used to gain weight in my thighs and arms (if I gained at all) I now notice my belly holds a little more fat...I'm still thin and still wear the same size clothes as I did when I was 20, but things are just DIFFERENT.
I try to focus on excercising to feel healthy and focus on how I FEEL in my clothes and focus less on how I look. When I've put in an extra long work-out session, that usually helps me curb bad eating habits ( and trust me, I LOVE junk food) because I don't want to undo the hard work I've done. But don't deprive yourself - I let myself have one small treat a day and I eat fast food maybe once a week. If I tried to cut it all out completely, I know I'd have problems with binge-eating that stuff! I know that body-image is something that most women struggle with for most of their lives, and it's too bad because I bet you are very beautiful and many people probably envy the way you look.