Can I eat in my Corset?
The question “Can I eat in my Corset?” May seem silly if you are considering waist training or are just a beginner but as soon as you try to eat in your corset it will become apparent why people are seeking advice. When you first try and eat in your corset you may find yourself feeling bloated, full or just plain uncomfortable. A tight lacing corset compresses your stomach much like lap band surgery would giving you the same “full” sensation. Eating in your corset is fine however; it comes down to personal preference. If you feel little discomfort or want to control your portion sizes, eating in your corset is probably a good way to assist with your diet habits. To the contrary if eating in your corset is restricting the amount of water or food that you need to be healthy it is recommended that you loosen or remove your corset. Eating too much while wearing your corset can be quite painful, so it’s best to start by loosening your corset a little and find out where your boundaries and how much you can eat in one sitting. It is widely recommended that you eat 4-6 meals a day and you may find that corset training helps you attain this by limiting your portion sizes and eating more frequently. Eating while waist training may seem difficult at first but overtime your body will adapt and you will understand your portion sizes and how tight you should lace your corset. So the answer to the question “Can I eat in my Corset?” is a resounding YES.