I run and swim in the mornings and eat pretty healthily but on some nights I eat food (that I like to eat) but afterwards I might feel guilty about what I ate and worry about what I will look like. Is this wrong? I want to have a fab body and a flat stomach (which I don't have). I want to feel good about myself as well as look great. I need advice.
I'm not sure what advice you might be looking for. It's pretty normal to eat foods we like, but you really shouldn't feel guilty about it. If what you are eating is unhealthy, maybe you could look for healthier versions and reduce the portion sizes, so you won't have to feel guilty.
Feeling guilty about what we eat, often causes us to get into emotional eating, which is never a good thing.
Are you getting adequate exercise? None of us can eat everything we want, without exercising. You might try yoga to help flatten that tummy and tone all the muscles in your body. Walking is also great exercise.
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