whoa man (or lady!) you are going to give yourself diabetes! Seriously, no wonder you have sugar cravings....you have to get some protein in there. That's too much fruit and it's too much soy milk -which has sugar in it. that was about 2-3 days worth of soy milk in iteself.....(Take any or none to heart).
Where are your whole grains-pastas or rice, oats, or millet or quinoa, legumes, and some beans? YOu need some complex sugars to balance out the simpler sugars you're eating there. I understand you need to refuel after running, but that's where a nice bowl of oatmeal could have come in handy, with some fresh fruit added. If you didn't eat a good bkft after that run, and waited till you got to work, no wonder you wanted to wolf down everything in sight. You have to FEED your body properly (in general and of course we all splurge-but I mean like most of the time).
you consumed a HUGE amt of sugar is just the foods you mentioned. I think you need to do a conscientious eval of what you're eating and why. Are you an emotional eater? Have you had any blood work to find out if your blood sugar is high or low? Maybe diabetes or prediabetes or even hypoglycemia is what's driving you to eat like that. Or, if you just are making really bad choices, you need to make much better food choices.
In your first post, you said you used to consume large amts of alcohol. Like you said, it's basically all sugar. If that was a mainstay of your diet, my thoughts are, your body/mind is driving you to replace the alcohol sugar with food sugar to get the same kind of effect, which it won't, but if your body feels high on the sugar, it's kind of a replacement high that the alcohol used to give you. and 2), if alcohol was a problem, potentially bad eating patterns can emerge from a bad lifestyle.....just putting that out there (I used to work in the addiction field- I used to see it all of the time!)
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