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Post by pbjnfit » Thu Jun 06, 2019 1:19 pm

Did she address if she will still aim to hit a certain amount of steps on her fitbit or her workouts, etc?

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Post by ssrcardy » Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:57 pm

pbjnfit wrote:Did she address if she will still aim to hit a certain amount of steps on her fitbit or her workouts, etc?
No she didn’t address that aspect. She did say that she won’t increase her activity just because she is eating more. She’s going to use the extra fuel for strength gains which I think is the healthy thing to do. But I don’t think it’s bad/disordered of her to want to stay active and increase her strength. I really hope she documents this because I think it could be really beneficial for lots of people! And I’m not sure if she needed the “green light” from her subs/followers to gain weight. But regardless, even if she did, it’s absolutely the best thing for her. Just super happy for her!


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Post by nadi » Thu Jun 06, 2019 11:22 pm

Stnhill1202 wrote:
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2019 really is the year of recovery. Taylor Swift, Eugenia Cooney (my heart, I'm so happy) and Stephanie Buttermore. I sincerely wish her the best.
OMG! Eugenia is recovering? I haven't checked her channel out in ages... I'm so happy if this is true

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Post by death_wish » Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:34 am

nadi wrote:
Thu Jun 06, 2019 11:22 pm
Stnhill1202 wrote:
Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:38 am
2019 really is the year of recovery. Taylor Swift, Eugenia Cooney (my heart, I'm so happy) and Stephanie Buttermore. I sincerely wish her the best.
OMG! Eugenia is recovering? I haven't checked her channel out in ages... I'm so happy if this is true
Sebastian Williams made a video about it.

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Post by death_wish » Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:38 am

A lot of people are saying they've gained respect for Stephanie and I'm happy for her too, however, I would gain even more respect for her if she went back and deleted all of her problematic YouTube videos like the cheat days (glorified binge eating), some of the full days of eating showing her clearly undereating, her mini-cut video, and her stomach vacuum video.

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Post by fitspotofitsno » Fri Jun 07, 2019 5:08 am

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Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:38 am
A lot of people are saying they've gained respect for Stephanie and I'm happy for her too, however, I would gain even more respect for her if she went back and deleted all of her problematic YouTube videos like the cheat days (glorified binge eating), some of the full days of eating showing her clearly undereating, her mini-cut video, and her stomach vacuum video.
YES. Thank you! I entirely agree. It's great that she's making an effort to better herself and I'm happy for her truly, but we can't just forgive and forget all the disordered stuff she did/put out and the facade she put up that this kind of lifestyle (HUGE binges and extreme restricting) is attainable or even something to help manage a "huge appetite"...

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Post by srirachujang » Fri Jun 07, 2019 8:12 am

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Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:38 am
A lot of people are saying they've gained respect for Stephanie and I'm happy for her too, however, I would gain even more respect for her if she went back and deleted all of her problematic YouTube videos like the cheat days (glorified binge eating), some of the full days of eating showing her clearly undereating, her mini-cut video, and her stomach vacuum video.
Oh you’re absolutely right about that. But she definitely won’t do that because A) they get a shit ton of views and views = subs = money, and B) she probably wants to keep them as “part of her journey” to document her life and all showing she’s human and changing. It’s so annoying when YouTubers make up an excuse to keep problematic videos because it’s part of their story. Come on, that’s ridiculous. If you had an old video of yourself perhaps making a racist comment or doing drugs, wouldn’t you want to delete that to not hurt anyone? The repercussions may not be the same, but they’re still both problematic.

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Post by queenwacko1 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:49 am

fitspotofitsno wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 5:08 am
death_wish wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:38 am
A lot of people are saying they've gained respect for Stephanie and I'm happy for her too, however, I would gain even more respect for her if she went back and deleted all of her problematic YouTube videos like the cheat days (glorified binge eating), some of the full days of eating showing her clearly undereating, her mini-cut video, and her stomach vacuum video.
YES. Thank you! I entirely agree. It's great that she's making an effort to better herself and I'm happy for her truly, but we can't just forgive and forget all the disordered stuff she did/put out and the facade she put up that this kind of lifestyle (HUGE binges and extreme restricting) is attainable or even something to help manage a "huge appetite"...
I 100% agree. A couple of months ago, one of Stephanie's cheat day videos popped up on my Youtube explore page. I was intrigued by her "10,000 calorie" tagline, and so I clicked on her video. Prior to this, I hadn't really been exposed to the idea of extreme cheat days. I ate fairly healthy, but was pretty strict about letting myself consume too much sugar on a daily basis. However, after watching Stephanie's cheat day videos, I totally bought into the idea of having an extreme cheat day, and immediately went on a binge. Afterwards, I felt so disgusted with myself that I started restricting my calorie intake. It didn't matter that Stephanie claimed she never restricted after her days. I felt so gross that I simply had to restrict the next day. I told myself that I would go back to eating normally after restricting that day, but I was scared of gaining weight. And so I continued to restrict. Of course, my restricting was an unsustainable way to eat, so that inevitably lead to another binge. And another. And another. And I would watch Stephanie's cheat days with her so-called 'scientific' explanations as a way to justify my binges. It wasn't until I came on here and started reading all the things you guys said about Stephanie that I realized this was an extremely disordered way to eat. I've been trying to break out of the cycle and trying to recover, but it's hard. I just hope I get there one day. I don't want to place 100% of the blame on Stephanie for my current way of eating. But the reality is, that if I'd never watched her cheat day videos, I wouldn't be like this right now. So the fact that Stephanie has chosen to leave these cheat day videos on her channel disgusts me. It doesn't matter that she has her "all-in" video. There are so many young and impressionable girls out there who might stumble across her cheat day videos, and buy into the idea of those cheat days, without bothering to watch the rest of the videos on her channel, such as her 'all in' video. Watching her cheat day videos, it's really easy to believe that her type of eating is normal, especially because she makes herself sound so scientific. I hope Stephanie realizes the harm of leaving those videos up there and takes them down.

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Post by srirachujang » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:11 am

queenwacko1 wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:49 am
So the fact that Stephanie has chosen to leave these cheat day videos on her channel disgusts me. It doesn't matter that she has her "all-in" video. There are so many young and impressionable girls out there who might stumble across her cheat day videos, and buy into the idea of those cheat days, without bothering to watch the rest of the videos on her channel, such as her 'all in' video. Watching her cheat day videos, it's really easy to believe that her type of eating is normal, especially because she makes herself sound so scientific. I hope Stephanie realizes the harm of leaving those videos up there and takes them down.
She also mentioned that she's going to keep doing cheat day videos. We all know that it's only for the views, but I genuinely don't believe she understands the danger behind not only leaving her old cheat day vids on her channel, probably monetized too, but also continuing to push that disordered way of living. Not all of her viewers are on an "all in" journey like she is and will assume they can have cheat days every week without restricting and maintain their weight. The scientific part of it just makes it seem more glamorous, which is so messed up. And it's not like her "all in" video will pop up on people's feed as often as the cheat day videos. Like no, her cheat days have millions of views and of course will show up because of the analytics. I don't think she's going to take them down until she really admits to herself that cheat days are wrong, or more likely, once cheat days go out of style and people stop doing them.

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Post by Silliekittie » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:31 am

Yeah, but she also said shes essentially eating at maintenance and still having cheat days. If she doesnt gain much weight doing this, people will think they can do this. However, I wouldnt be surprised if she gains a fair amount (ie if she actually does what she says) and then blames it on the increase in daily calories and refuses to admit how the chest days contribute. I dont know. I just dont really trust she's going to do what she says given her track record.

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Post by fritzness » Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:30 am

Considering she will not stop the extreme cheat days... am I the only one skeptical about all this? I get the impression she is only posting this video in response to all the negative comments and flack she's getting.

I hope I'm wrong and she really is trying to recover, but if you're trying to change your ways, the first thing that needs to go is 10,000 calories worth of donuts in one day. JMO.

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Post by Irina » Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:01 am

Not sure about the cheat days eighter but I do think she really wants to make a change. I can imagine that she might be struggling with her weight/eating since she competed (2014?) and has always felt the need to restrict. She Comes across as an ambitious and disciplined person so she was able to stick with it for a while but at some point it must get exhausting. And maybe she did lose her period again (as some of you were speculating because of her video) and realised that she can't live like that for ever.


I still don't get her obsession with junk food, I mean she is highly educated. And yeah ok doctors often smoke and are overweight, so just because you know it better doesn't mean that you choose accordingly - but still, I would get so sick of it.

I am really not a big fan of that extreme "clean eating" and demonizing certain foods, but if I was her I would really try to cut out all the junk foods and refined sugar BUT at the same time eat really a lot of healthy stuff (you can still easily be in a caloric surplus with healthy foods). Lots of nuts and avocado and eggs and so on, especially IF she doesn't have her period her body needs more fats, they are so important for hormones.
I guess that would be much better for not having big Insulinspikes and for feeling full (because higher fiber) and since she would still eat a lot it wouldnt really be that restrictive.
I hate when fitspos are eyerolling on healthy foods just because they want to be relatable. Heck, you dont have to love ALL veggies but surely you can find some micronutrientdense foods you like.
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Post by theysayimnotoveru » Sat Jun 08, 2019 3:47 pm

queenwacko1 wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:49 am
fitspotofitsno wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 5:08 am
death_wish wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:38 am
A lot of people are saying they've gained respect for Stephanie and I'm happy for her too, however, I would gain even more respect for her if she went back and deleted all of her problematic YouTube videos like the cheat days (glorified binge eating), some of the full days of eating showing her clearly undereating, her mini-cut video, and her stomach vacuum video.
YES. Thank you! I entirely agree. It's great that she's making an effort to better herself and I'm happy for her truly, but we can't just forgive and forget all the disordered stuff she did/put out and the facade she put up that this kind of lifestyle (HUGE binges and extreme restricting) is attainable or even something to help manage a "huge appetite"...
I 100% agree. A couple of months ago, one of Stephanie's cheat day videos popped up on my Youtube explore page. I was intrigued by her "10,000 calorie" tagline, and so I clicked on her video. Prior to this, I hadn't really been exposed to the idea of extreme cheat days. I ate fairly healthy, but was pretty strict about letting myself consume too much sugar on a daily basis. However, after watching Stephanie's cheat day videos, I totally bought into the idea of having an extreme cheat day, and immediately went on a binge. Afterwards, I felt so disgusted with myself that I started restricting my calorie intake. It didn't matter that Stephanie claimed she never restricted after her days. I felt so gross that I simply had to restrict the next day. I told myself that I would go back to eating normally after restricting that day, but I was scared of gaining weight. And so I continued to restrict. Of course, my restricting was an unsustainable way to eat, so that inevitably lead to another binge. And another. And another. And I would watch Stephanie's cheat days with her so-called 'scientific' explanations as a way to justify my binges. It wasn't until I came on here and started reading all the things you guys said about Stephanie that I realized this was an extremely disordered way to eat. I've been trying to break out of the cycle and trying to recover, but it's hard. I just hope I get there one day. I don't want to place 100% of the blame on Stephanie for my current way of eating. But the reality is, that if I'd never watched her cheat day videos, I wouldn't be like this right now. So the fact that Stephanie has chosen to leave these cheat day videos on her channel disgusts me. It doesn't matter that she has her "all-in" video. There are so many young and impressionable girls out there who might stumble across her cheat day videos, and buy into the idea of those cheat days, without bothering to watch the rest of the videos on her channel, such as her 'all in' video. Watching her cheat day videos, it's really easy to believe that her type of eating is normal, especially because she makes herself sound so scientific. I hope Stephanie realizes the harm of leaving those videos up there and takes them down.
This happened to me too :( When I first found her videos, my relationship with food was touchy. I have been trying to lose my last 10 pounds after losing 25 last year (the last few are always the most difficult). To summarize, I have been through a lot of highs and lows physicially and emotionally. When I watched her first cheat day video I didn't know what I had coming for me. At first I loved watching them because I felt like I could live vicariously through her. But then after I while, they became extremely triggering. I remember one night I was feeling really low and before I knew it, TW I had eaten a 1/4 of a galon of vanila ice cream. It was a binge. I justified it as a "cheat day", Stephanie had them! She barely gained any fat after gorging on 30 donuts and ice cream! This is healthy! (I told myself). Soon the "cheat days" were every other day, I was eating out of sadness, boredom, frustration, idk. I gained 10 pounds in two months. Stephanie loved intermittent fasting so I decided to do them to counteract the effects of the "glorious cheat days". Flash forward to last Friday: I fainted for the first time in my life. On Monday I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia. Now I have to eat very specific foods at very specific times, I can't have any added sugars, if I miss a meal my blood sugar will drop so low that I can drop with it again. The worst is when I wake up from stomach pain at 7am and I have to go to the kitchen to eat as soon as I can or I could faint again.

I cannot blame Stephanie for what happened to me. However, the binge and restrict cycle she presented to me ruined my perception of myself. Now I can only watch her videos with sadness. I respect her going "all in" and her bravery in her last video. Nevertheless, maintaing her glorified binge eating, "mini cut", waist vaccums (look how tiny I am!) videos are harmful and extremely problematic. The way she has presented eating and food is perverse and gross negligence. Young impressionable girls are watching her videos. What if they are as naive as me? I hate what happened to me, I wish I could have learned to eat mindfully and respect my body. She needs to take responsibility for these harmful videos and promote recovery, as she appears to be starting to do.
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Post by good girl » Sat Jun 08, 2019 5:59 pm

She hasn't admitted her cheat day videos are a bad influence. Deleting them will go against her image and make her look like a fraud so she refuses to admit it. Instead she blames her current state on her last mini cut

(That's how I see it)

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Post by RosieLee » Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:33 pm

I still roll my eyes when she says she's documenting everything for "science."

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Post by emlamp10n » Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:47 pm

I honestly kind of think that documenting everything so minutely is a way for her to feel safe. Like she has control over things even though she says that it’s “for science”


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Post by treelee » Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:27 pm

emlamp10n wrote:I honestly kind of think that documenting everything so minutely is a way for her to feel safe. Like she has control over things even though she says that it’s “for science”


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Lol that journal thing she’s doing is the exact same thing they make you do in an Ed treatment setting before and after meals (minus the workout tracking of course).

Also in regards to the poster who allowed themselves to justify their problems with food because Stephanie I’m so sorry. This is exactly why she’s always angered me, especially with her stance as a “scientist” and dr, making her appear more legitimate. Her videos draw in a huge number of vulnerable people with problems with food due to the nature of her “content” and it scares me that people will see her videos and think this is an answer. I hope you find a better relationship with food. I know how awful it feels to be in that position, but you sound very insightful and I think with time and patience you’ll come out the other end.


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Post by Sputnik » Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:27 pm

I'm glad Stephanie seems to be moving in the right direction, but count me in as a member of the skeptical club. I'll be happy to be proven wrong, but I really hope she's getting professional help and not relying on her phd, science, journal articles or whatever she usually does that makes it sound like she knows best and it's all an experiment. It's clear this girl had a weird relationship with food way before she started becoming super skinny.

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Post by someonenice » Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:02 am

I follow Stephanie on YT, not on instagram. I think there already are a lot of opinions on her latest video, so I only came to say this - I looked at her instagram and her latest caption is that she is embracing her bigger body and "hi boobs". Hashtag 11 pounds up. I found this an awful way to promote weight gain. I know that she was restricting a lot, was really really skinny, and therefore her body is probably starving and hence that weight gain. BUT it just feels so wrong. She obviously didn't gain 11 pounds, a lot of it will be water retention etc. Most recovering people or underweight people take their time with increasing calories and weight gain. And here's Stephanie with her 11 pounds up in a week or so. I just feel like she keeps promoting this unhealthy relationship with food and body weight.
That being said, I really liked her YT video and was happy for her decision. But I found absolutely nothing inspirational about her gaining 11 pounds in a week, eating 5,000 cals a day, and having some bad days along with it like she said. NOT saying she has an ED. BUT there are times when people who restricted turn into binge eaters because one can restrict for only so long

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Post by Lyanna » Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:31 am

Brace yourself for daily weight gain body updates :roll: Shouldn't the goal be being LESS obsessed with looks and weights instead of somehow even MORE focused on it??!

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Post by fitspotofitsno » Sun Jun 09, 2019 5:18 am

In regards to everyone posting about their personal experience with the cheat day vids, the same thing happened to me. Luckily I was able to pull myself out of it, but after the third video I was totally brainwashed into thinking that, because she had a PhD, and because she was so tiny and fit, that I could do a few "cheat days" and be fine. Wrong. I have a lot of thoughts here so I'll try to make it short.
Her videos are very appealing to people who already have issues/non-typical relationships with food. I remember showing a few videos to my boyfriend and he thought it was disgusting and couldn't imagine eating that much food in one sitting (this coming from a 6'4", 230 lb college guy). Eventually I noticed how bad I felt after the big portions of food and how much I would restrict the next few days. Not worth it at all. I unfollowed Steph on everything and I was able to stop doing the stupid "cheat days" under the guise of "controlling my big appetite" *eye roll*.
Again, totally agree with the person who said I can't blame Steph for what I did with her videos, and I completely agree. I just wish she would come out and address this because she HAS TO KNOW what her videos suggest and how they can be taken out of context and hurt people.

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Post by dramaticchan » Sun Jun 09, 2019 11:55 am

Stephanie is an exploitative and troubled woman. I check these threads daily and love reading everyone's comments. But I am not for a minute regarding her as brave or a hero. Jumping from 1 extreme to another isnt healthy. She is equally disordered now as she has ever been. The videos make money - that's why they're up. She hasn't changed. Her disordered ways are just being presented in a different manner.

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Post by srirachujang » Sun Jun 09, 2019 1:22 pm

Personally, I’m going to give her a month. So far she’s been a little too laid back with documenting her food intake for my liking but maybe she needs time off of social media to help readjust her mindset about aesthetics and being the perfect fitspo. The good news is that she’s put on weight and seems to stay true to improving her diet. But the protein oats and broccoli with what looks like pork chops or chicken thighs. That’s actually depressing knowing this because any normal fitspo and healthy person would eat that on the regular, not in recovery or an all in program. If she ever shows signs of being secretive, retreating back to restricting herself or becoming disordered with this current plan, I’m going to unfollow again.

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Post by emlamp10n » Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:55 pm

Is it just me or does her “all in” plan seem hella restrictive in its own way?
She mentions eating lots of fruits and veggies to make her feel full and that chicken with broccoli does not look like what somebody whose committed to responding to it’s body’s cravings and signals would eat. It’s only a way to suppress your appetite by filling your stomach with fiber and water from voluminous water-dense foods.
It’s fine to eat “super clean” and a lot of fruits and veggies to suppress your hunger if that’s your goal but with her it goes against the whole “all in” message she was promoting in her videos. To me, it just another form of restriction. Just because she’s eating more does not mean that she is not restricting.


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Post by wildnblue » Sun Jun 09, 2019 5:25 pm

srirachujang wrote:Personally, I’m going to give her a month. So far she’s been a little too laid back with documenting her food intake for my liking but maybe she needs time off of social media to help readjust her mindset about aesthetics and being the perfect fitspo. The good news is that she’s put on weight and seems to stay true to improving her diet. But the protein oats and broccoli with what looks like pork chops or chicken thighs. That’s actually depressing knowing this because any normal fitspo and healthy person would eat that on the regular, not in recovery or an all in program. If she ever shows signs of being secretive, retreating back to restricting herself or becoming disordered with this current plan, I’m going to unfollow again.
I think the fact that she keeps justifying that she weighs herself/still counts her intake in the name of science is what keeps me skeptical. No one is making her do all of this. No one made her do extreme cheat days, no one made her cut down to have abs, no one is making her do any of this. If she truly wanted to get healthy she would get off of social media. A few years ago when I was super into bikini comps and followed these people, I noticed a few would drop off of the face of the earth, only to come back truly healthy and not posting for social media “fame.” They wouldn’t even post often, but every week or two weeks to document something (normal) in their lives. Removing themselves from the toxicity that is social media was true health and recovery in my eyes. I’m curious to see where all of this goes and at the end of the day, I just want her to be healthy and safe.


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