Is this TOO MUCH FOOD for a 16 year old female?

by (0) Updated April 18, 2014 at 9:57 PM Created April 16, 2014 at 10:28 PM

Here are two days of eating for me.

Ive tracked calories for years, started tracking macros, and just said SCREW IT last week and stopped it all.

I have suffered from disordered eating. Was underweight at 93lbs 16months ago, now I am 5ft 5.5in and 115lbs.

My training: heavy lifting (free weights) 4x/week, HIIT 3x, power yoga 1-2x.

I have had over eating problems before and work on it daily. But I still feel I am eating way to freaking much. I mean, with the amount I train and my age, I hear that I NEED to eat a lot. But since lifting heavier weights since December Ive gained 8lbs (up from 108. Hopefully muscle) and overall feel fat and gross. But I love to eat...

I should also note that I LOVE cooking and 95% of what I eat is wholesome and cooked at home. I don't eat gluten, only sprouted grains/legumes, and limit dairy due to intolerance. Also only natural sugars (fruit and honey).


1) .6 cups oats, 5-6oz lean ground turkey, >TBSP nut butter, some tomato paste , banana

2) 3 slices homemade paleo thin bread (flax and coconut flour), a few TBSP nut butter, homemade jam

3) 1 chicken drumstick, .5 sweet potato, 2 eggs

4)1 cup full fat greek yogurt, a few TBSP raw honey

5) 1 chicken breast, 1 avocado 1/2 cup dry lentils, some veggies, 1/2 sweet potato, tomato paste

6) 3 small pieces healthy homemade paleo brownies (cocoa flower, coconut flour), nut butter


1) piece homemade paleo thinbread, banana, >TBSP nut butter, 1/2 chicken breast, 1/2 sweet potato, 1 avocado, asparagus

2) chicken drumstick, 1/2 sweet potato, 1 egg, spinach, some apple

3) 1 chicken breast, 1/2 avocado, 1/2 cup dry beans, tomato paste, veggies, 1 sweet potato

4) 3/4 banana, almond butter

5) slice paleo thin bread, almond butter, homemade jam

6) 2 small paleo brownies, some raw honey, nut butter

Im such a pig. Jeez! Is this too much?

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