Agree with Sarah, about drinking a glass of water and finding something to do, to keep me occupied. It's particularly good if it's something like knitting that keeps my hands busy. And I no longer watch the Food Network in the evening-- all those pictures of food just make me want to eat!
I try to fill up with lots of vegetables at supper, all the non-starchy stuff. And I try to keep cut-up raw vegetables in the fridge, for when I feel like I just HAVE to have something to eat.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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Welcome! I was a night time snacker and still am. I try to eat a bigger dinner and that seems to help. Also if I want a snack at night I find 90% of the time it is because I am bored. I drink a glass of water or find something to do for 15 minutes different than what I was doing and if I am still hungry then I know it isn't boredom. If that happens I try and eat a healthy snack like fruit.
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Glad to be here! So far so good, this site is great! Can't wait to feel good again! My biggest weakness is nighttime snacking though. Any tips?
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