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SNAFUKEN Posts: 726
1/10/13 12:27 A

sorry, double post ????

Edited by: SNAFUKEN at: 1/10/2013 (00:29)
Ken (K2)
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SNAFUKEN Posts: 726
1/10/13 12:18 A

I really believe night time eating is one of the major obstacles a lot of people trying to loose weight face.
The desire can be so over whelming ,its mind boggling ......... emoticon
I wish I had the answer.

Ken (K2)
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1/9/13 11:40 P

I often have my breakfast cereal or my banana after midnight. It's still part of my breakfast

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1/9/13 11:01 P

Veggies with a dip, or 1/4 cup fiber one with a glass of water..

RUSSELL_40 Posts: 16,826
1/9/13 11:00 P

I eat my meals spaced farther apart, and eat my dinner at 10 p.m. That way it is only 10 hours till breakfast. It makes no sense to eat breakfast at 8 a.m, and stop eating at 7 p.m., and then starve yourself for 13 hours. Plan to have a later snack or meal.

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1/9/13 10:55 P

Thank you! emoticon The advice was very helpful! And the article very appropriate!!

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1/9/13 10:44 P

If you would consider sharing your nutrition trackers on your sparkpage, we can take a look and make suggestions based on what you're actually eating. All calories are not created equally. You can fill up on 100 calories of broccoli and be hurting, or eat 100 calories of cookies and be starving and wanting more!

What you eat matters just as much as how much you eat. Dietician Becky Hand wrote a great article on how to beat the evening munchies here:

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MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
1/9/13 10:27 P

I always save myself calories for a light evening snack and this helps me stick with my goals. I like popcorn, rice cakes, carrot sticks, hot chocolate, a piece of fruit and cheese...


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1/9/13 10:10 P

I am just starting on Sparks, and was given a certain amount of calories that my body should consume. Currently, my body is used to so much more that I am finding it is now 3 hours after dinner and I am HUNGRY! I don't want to battle this every night! How do I get over/distract myself from this until my body becomes more used to the fewer calories?? Any suggestions will be appreciated! emoticon

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