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100 More DWL - Day 44 Food tracing


• Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.
• Close your eyes and mentally track backward to your earliest memories of eating this food. Describe the scene, then add the emotions you were feeling at that time.
• Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record your insights as well as some non-food ways to take care of these needs.


• Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.

I think I usually don't crave eating more than I should of a particular food, except if I have certain foods in the house, that I don't have anymore because I know I will overeat them if I have them. Peanut butter, nutella, Harvest Crunch bars, ice cream, salted nuts, chocolate bars, chips, cookies, bakery products like danish pastries, pudding or creamy desserts. But sometimes I just want to eat a lot, not a favourite food, just a lot of just about any food.


• Close your eyes and mentally track backward to your earliest memories of eating this food. Describe the scene, then add the emotions you were feeling at that time.

I don't think they are connected with specific memories, it's more like they are comfort foods, salty, or fatty or sugary appealing to bingers.


• Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record your insights as well as some non-food ways to take care of these needs.


I did notice pre-menopause that I craved these foods more just before my period. Now I don't have that scenario, but sometimes I just want to eat a lot and not have to limit what I eat so I won't gain weight. Menopause brings lower metabolism and less allowance for how much I eat before it turns to weight gain and if I am not vigilant, I gain weight and I sometimes tire of having to be always vigilant, Having to always be careful makes me tense and sometimes I accept that if I don't want to gain weight, I do need to be always vigilant, other times I crack and go on a "I just don't care" tear and let loose.

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I realize my mom had very healthy boundaries regarding junk food, we never ever had pop, she never bought us potato chips, we had chocolate at Christmas, she didn't give us food to calm us down. So my bad food habits belong to me. I remember as a young teen being influenced by an older teen friend who used to glorify eating a lot, I never thought of eating beyond at meals before that. Not that I can blame her, as sooner or later in my teens, I would have had access and temptation of junk food and would have had to deal with how and when to choose to eat them. This friend used to say, we are farmers, we work hard, we don't have to worry about how much we eat, we can eat as much as we want, and she used to make it fun to be able to eat more than other kids our age. Crazy. But anyway, also later my older sister had a friend who was very overweight and my sister said she ate because she was unhappy and that seemed to justify it. Also not a good influence. Plus I overate a few years older into adolesence as a defence against being attractive to boys, that whole growing up to be a sexual being was not something I wanted at that time. Now I have trouble with weight management because I want to eat more than I should if I want to stay the same weight. It is easier to lose weight (because there is a time limit on this), than it is to maintain weight ( no time limit, have to keep doing it every day as long as I don't want to gain weight) , and of course it is really easy to gain weight.

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At first I didn't remember any issues as FUNLOVEN says 'I do not feel I have a particular craving for 1 kind of food'. Yes like Linda I think sweet things are probably most tempting but like Gill I do like crisps a lot!

I wasn't sure how to link these back to childhood memories and couldn't see any memory at this time. Maybe I had sweets as a child - who doesn't reward their child with a treat! (I try not to myself). I agree that emotions linked to living with my parents like love, contentment, security sometimes may get mixed with food!

As a teenager with my first wage packet though I did buy a lot of crisps, 6 packs. I would eat many of them on the bus on my way back home from school. I especially liked prawn cocktail or cheese and onion, those with lots of flavour.

Like Wanda I need to watch for "Portion Distortion"

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I think my post is going to resemble many others. Sweets! When I really want to reach for a sweet treat I'm looking for some kind of comfort, maybe a sweet end to a difficult day, some sweetness to counter feelings of anger, or even sweets to distract me from physical pain. I can even trace the origins of that action in that it was common for my mother or grandmother to say, "Eat, you will feel better". Amazingly it always seemed to work and it still does....just not for long.

Wow! It took me so long to figure out that the boost from sweets would eventually lead to a slump. Now I know that I can take a walk, read something uplifting, talk to a friend....but sometimes just one cookie goes with my alternative choice. One cookie, logged and counted. One is a wise choice and knowing that works with the walk, book, or friend to raise my spirits.

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Crisps - potato chips

These have been with me all my life - but have changed.

Nowadays it's always tempting to buy a big bag - 150g - rather than a small bag (somewhere between 30-40g usually). If you buy a multi-bag pack, the packets might be smaller - about 25-30g each. The flavours blow my mind with choice - there's everything under the sun!

These days I try to opt for the marginally better quinoa or lentil chips - I'll usually choose some kind of chilli & lemon type flavour.

Further back, there were only single bags of 25g. The choice was 'ready-salted', 'cheese & onion' or 'salt & vinegar'. Flavours like 'prawn cocktail' and 'roast chicken' came later and I've never liked them much. I would say my favourites from the old days were cheese & onion flavours.

Before that I only remember crisps at parties - special occasions.

My earliest memory of crisps go back to childhood when Smiths crisps came in a box, with little twists of blue waxed paper containing salt. I can't find a photo of the box I remember - it was about the size of a cereal box is today. We had to dive in to find the blue twists of salt. Perhaps I remember it wrongly.


this is the only photo I could find on the web.

So, what did crisps represent for me? A very modern, novel, snack food. Snacks were not a big feature of life in the 50s and 60s........... proper meals were the order of the day.

Crisps were a really crunchy, salty, treat. I think they were very 'special' and not something we had often.

So they represent, what, a special treat? I don't know really. I can't trace my food memory back to any kind of feeling. Maybe it was one of the few foods we could eat with our fingers - and make a noise eating. I think, more than anything, it represented modernism - something new and novel.

These days the new and novel has to be chased with new flavours, crunchier crisps, different shaped crisps, hand-fried crisps......... chasing the novel, the new, the exciting?

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Day 44 - Food tracing

When emotional needs arise, vague food memories may actually drive you to seek relief you found with those foods in the past. You may be surprised at what pops to mind when you look for the memories that hook you with your favorite food. Food tracing will often reveal thoughts of better days when your needs for comfort, nurturing and happiness were met.

Today

1. Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.
Ice cream! Evening after dinner.


2. Close your eyes and mentally track backward to your earliest memories of eating this food. Describe the scene, then add the emotions you were feeling at that time.

My earliest memory of eating ice cream is when I was 6 years old and staying at my Grandmother’s house while my Mother was in the hospital for the birth of a new brother for me. In the evenings my Grandmother and Grandfather almost always had a bowl of ice cream. Eating ice cream that often was a real treat for me because in my family we seldom had ice cream unless there was a special occasion. I remember I missed my Mother and Father because I was not with them. But, at the same time, I always felt very loved, secure, and even a little “spoiled” by my Grandparents. They were the best! So, the thoughts that come to my mind from that experience are: separated from family, being in a loving environment, getting something I wanted and happy, over indulging in the ice cream treat.



• Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record your insights as well as some non-food ways to take care of these needs.


Separated from family: I live alone and my family lives 1 hour away.

Being in a loving environment: My home is a loving environment for me and I feel safe and secure.

Getting something I wanted and happy: This is a problem one! Yes, I want the ice cream, I like the taste experience but don’t always feel that good or even happy after eating it. I’m thinking about replacing ice cream with a healthy smoothie. Going to start trying some smoothie recipes I have.

Over indulging in treat: Another problem area. Yes, instant gratification for me to get my ice cream treat but certainly not almost every night! I need to rely more on my nutrition tracker and incorporate ice cream replacement treats as snacks into my meal plan!


Wow! Today’s lesson felt like it made me dig “very deep” into past memories looking for the real root of my ice cream craving problem. I had never thought of looking that far back into the past before. I always thought the ice cream craving problem was just a “now” problem to deal with in the present. Tracing back into time has given me some real insight.



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DAY #44 FOOD TRACING - ROUND 2

Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.

- I honestly have to say that I do not believe I have cravings for any one particular kind of food. I could not come up with a single food that I that I thought I felt one way or another about. If I had to take a guess about it, I would say it would be something sweet.

Track backward to the earliest memories of eating this food and connect the emotions you were feeling at that time.

- I can't remember the last time I craved anything sweet. I have a bag of Ghirardelli chocolate that has been sitting in my cupboard for weeks untouched. Deserts were always included as part of our daily meals. It was just routine in my mind; without meaning or emotion.

Connect the emotions of needs to the present.

- Now days I associate deserts with special occasions/celebrations such as birthdays or anniversaries. Even this past Easter when we went to a special buffet I had been looking forward to for weeks ahead of time, I didn't indulge in the deserts because I was too full from all of the other good, healthy foods I had eaten.

I am learning to listen to my body now days. I rarely snack at night, but last night I felt hungry. After some evaluation, I decided to have a snack because I thought my body must be needing something and was trying to tell me that. What did I have? A nice helping of Pistachios that I had to shell myself. This was not a craving. Hunger resolved. Done deal!

Edited by: FUNLOVEN at: 5/3/2019 (08:27)
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Day 44 "Food tracing will often reveal thoughts of better days when your needs for comfort, nurturing and happiness were met. Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record non-food ways to take care of these needs.".
emoticon Making the connection to a childhood memories, made it easier to avoid eating bread. Bread is one of the reasons I gained 60 pounds. In 2002 we moved near a bread factory!

Grandma Frances lived with us, she had 7 children and 33 grandchildren. Mom was a nurse, dad worked at Ralston Purina. Both jobs were long days 40-70 hrs / week. On weekends, we baked 7-10 loaves of sourdough bread (yeast grew in the fridge). Dad waited at our kitchen table for bread fresh out of the oven (long wood farm table with 10 chairs).

Feels good to make a connection of bread and childhood memories. Using all my senses in our warm cozy kitchen. I can have those same feelings without eating baked goods - high in carbohydrates (sugar and starch).
From last 100 days --- Hot water works for head and heart hunger emoticon
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Thinking back I can see that my favorite Food memories were from times when there was harmony at home and I felt safe.

I’m not sure if I crave certain foods when I’m happy and everything is great in my life or when things are out of my control and I feel unsafe or both?
emoticon I do know that procrastination and indecision cause not just cravings (usually pasta or bread) but an out of control need to keep eating until it’s gone!

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Today

• Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.
Holidays
• Close your eyes and mentally track backward to your earliest memories of eating this food. Describe the scene, then add the emotions you were feeling at that time.
Family all around, everyone happy, I'm happy.
• Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record your insights as well as some non-food ways to take care of these needs.
It's more of a traditional thing that brings back good memories. I will have to find substitutes for these foods as we no longer eat sugar or anything high in carbs or gluten

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• Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.

Big Boy Hamburgers (or any restaurant burger). Mom would take me as a child to Big Boy for a special treat. Just the two of us. I was one of six children and going out to eat was a big treat. I know now that the time alone with my mom was precious. Later, my girlfriend and I would eat lunch at Big Boy. I think eating out filled a need for attention and companionship and feeling special.

• Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record your insights as well as some non-food ways to take care of these needs.

I thought it was just laziness or tiredness that drove to me crave fast food. Sometimes it is, but also that friendship, companionship, and feeling like "I'm giving myself something special." This is how we show we care and entertain ourselves. I need to find new ways to treat myself special.


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100 More DWL , Day 44 Food tracing

When emotional needs arise, vague food memories may actually drive you to seek relief you found with those foods in the past. You may be surprised at what pops to mind when you look for the memories that hook you with your favorite food. Food tracing will often reveal thoughts of better days when your needs for comfort, nurturing and happiness were met.

Today

• Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.
• Close your eyes and mentally track backward to your earliest memories of eating this food. Describe the scene, then add the emotions you were feeling at that time.
• Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record your insights as well as some non-food ways to take care of these needs.

This is another lesson I'll have to return to do, since I don't have food memories at this time.

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Another about childhood memories! I'm ready to be done with this. I do not have fond childhood memories. I was angry about it for years - well into my adulthood. I just recently resolved the internal conflict I felt about my mother. And now here comes Linda wanting us to dredge up all of these childhood memories!

My parents provided for me and although my father was VERY strict my home was not abusive, but it was also not a loving home. My father had bouts of unemployment. He also needed to travel across country at times to work as a truck driver so many dinners were with my mom sitting in front of the TV eating on TV trays. As a teenager I dreaded meals because I was always drilled about my day (all of those things that teens don't like to share). So mealtime held no fond memories for me as a child at home.

However, I mentioned in yesterday's lesson that big bowls of ice cream sundaes were a night time snack I remembered and carried on into my marriage with my own children. I have a memory of one vacation with my parents when I was a young teen. We went to visit some friends of my mother's in her home town. As my parents drove about town showing me several of the places she remembered from years gone by, we stopped at her favorite Ice Cream Shop. I ordered and ice cream that looked very similar to the picture Cat posted here and I ATE THE WHOLE THING! I can only remember one other vacation we ever took in all of my childhood.

This must be a significant memory for me because last night (I am 2 days late with these lessons) I planned an evening that I thought my 91 yr. old father would enjoy. We were going to a restaurant for dinner and then to a concert playing Big Band music from his era. It was a logistic nightmare for me for several reasons, but I proceeded with my plans none the less because I wanted to do something nice for my dad. Subconsciously I must have eased my frustrations with food. At dinner I ordered my favorite summer time offering at this restaurant - a scoop of their Chicken Salad, surrounded by fresh fruits, and a slice of Poppy Seed Quick Bread. O.K. so far, but then I ordered a side of Sweet Potato Fries done extra crisp! And, no, I wasn't done yet. After that I ordered a Hot Fudge Ice Cream Sundae!

It was all delicious, but I was stuffed and feeling very bloated when I finished. The aftermath this morning is an upset stomach. I have been noticing this more and more after the days/nights when I have over-indulged. You would think I would learn!


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Favorite foods I crave. Ice cream is the worst we live 1/2 mile away from the closest and every day when getting my free coffee I use self talk. Days like today instead of crying its hard to resist so I cry.
Homemade every Sunday grandpa on the wooden glider swing. Grandma in the kitchen cutting fresh fruit or homemade pie. Us girls playing and my parents making the ice cream
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I have sifted through my food memories and chosen one to trace back..........

I love, love, love a crusty, French stick (we call them French sticks - from my memory, in France they would call them a ficelle - a thin crusty stick, rather than a baguette). With a ficelle you get more crust than bread - and it's the crust that I like! And it always feels like a 'treat'.

This begins with the hand-made bakery in town where there is a tray of freshly-baked ficelle every day......... so tempting! Sometimes, at the weekend, I allow myself to have one (as a 'treat'). But this kind of bread tempts me any day.

It goes back to working in Paris as an 18-yr old, and eating this crusty bread on a daily basis. It was French, special, exciting, delicious. Usually with a good quantity of butter and sometimes jam.

Before that, growing up, having a French stick WAS a 'treat'. My mum was adventurous with food - she used garlic which my dad called 'foreign muck!' A French stick was adventurous and different. I remember particularly, when we (family) arrived home after shopping on a Saturday, and she would rip off a chunk of that loaf to eat (probably feeling tired and hungry, if not angry too!) There was a lot of discord between my mum and dad (at least outwardly) and she was often angry with him.

I think this might be where I began to associate eating crusty bread in an 'aggressive' way, as associated with quelling strong feelings like anger, tiredness, hunger. The lump of butter also a kind of salve on the sore feelings.

Tearing at that crusty bread when I feel run down and tired out is something I find myself looking for. I still often need to have something crisp or crunchy at the end of a meal, if I've missed that texture in the meal.

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Food tracing - for me this is very much like my food memories. My favorites are of happy times. Holidays as a child (turkey, pumpkin pie, stuffing - summer BBQs with potato salad and chocolate cake). I felt safe. I felt loved. We were together and celebrating.

I have lost a lot of my family. However, interestingly enough those foods are things I still think of with good memories. Summer - my GS grills and I think "better make potato salad" and everyone is happy. It's like recreating my fond food memories even though it's different.

I may not have explained that right. But I think the bottom line is I need to make 'new fond memories' that trace back to food - or activities. Bonfires. Telling stories. Singing. Laughing.


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Thinking back I can see that my favorite Food memories were from times when there was harmony at home and I felt safe.
My parents later divorced so that harmony wasn’t usually there.
emoticon I’m not sure if I crave certain foods when I’m happy and everything is great in my life or when things are out of my control and I feel unsafe or both?


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Day 44 Food tracing

When emotional needs arise, vague food memories may actually drive you to seek relief you found with those foods in the past. You may be surprised at what pops to mind when you look for the memories that hook you with your favorite food. Food tracing will often reveal thoughts of better days when your needs for comfort, nurturing and happiness were met.

Today

• Choose a favorite food and write down times when you seem to crave it a lot.
• Close your eyes and mentally track backward to your earliest memories of eating this food. Describe the scene, then add the emotions you were feeling at that time.
• Connect those emotions or needs to present times when you crave this food. Record your insights as well as some non-food ways to take care of these needs.

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