Weight/fat gain

Postby biohack9 » Fri Dec 24, 2021 8:50 pm

I read about so many people losing appetite and weight after quitting. Before I quit I was super lean and muscular and lots of energy to be active and fasting/eating healthy was effortless. Every time I quit I gain 15-20lbs of fat and can’t satiate my appetite and am always hungry and craving food. Even if I eat healthy and try to exercise and intermittent fast I can’t seem to knock the fat down. Last time I quit for 3.5 months, gained 15lbs and as soon as I relapsed I very quickly dropped all the weight and became lean again.

Anyone else gain fat and increased appetite unlike those that lost fat and appetite? I know that lots of changes are going on with hormones like insulin lepton and grehlin but after 4 months I would have thought this would have stabilized. I also know that the insomnia creates a diabetic state and chronic weed users have lower fasting insulin and blood sugar levels.

I want to improve my health, not get fat and diabetic so curious if anyone has recovered from this phenomenon after 6+ months because if after another 6 months of this I’m not back to where I was I’m definitely throwing in the towel because I feel like I’m hurting my health more than helping. Thanks fam.
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Postby rocketseeds » Tue Dec 28, 2021 5:13 am

What food will you recommend? I want to gain weight.
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Postby biohack9 » Sun Apr 17, 2022 1:38 am

7.5 months in and gained 25lbs of pure fat. I'm out and going back to weed for the metabolic and mental health benefits. Cannabis=medicine and a huuuuuge percentage of users/abusers are self medicating underlying issues without even knowing it. My experiment is over... much learned but can't say I don't regret quitting.
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