Our expert says:
I wouldn't worry about it too much. Obviously, you have to look at it and ask why it happened and what you can change in the future to avoid this sudden "binge", but this journey to weight loss/health is a marathon, not a sprint. So obviously, if you're doing a marathon, you can't afford to constantly make errors and let yourself go, but you also shouldn't beat yourself up over one incident. It's very difficult to maintain the kind of "cold turkey" approach you've adopted, and I think the slip up you've had is a sign of the enormous discipline you require. But don't hammer yourself for this incident.
Rather accept it and learn from it, and then try to control how it happens in the future. And don't be too regimented or disciplined, forcing yourself into this kind of risky mindset, if that makes sense?
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