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11/7/11 11:12 P

I am usually so busy taking care of my son that I tend to forget to eat. But when I do, I make sure it is super healthy because I am not allowed to take sick days at my job.

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11/7/11 9:50 P

If you feel like you have the need to eat when you are stressed than eat some healthier tastier snacks. Home-made granola is good and it will last you a while, even corn chips and salsa--better than any other junk food.

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10/18/11 3:54 P

I completely understand where you are coming from. It was suggested to me to drink more water to help take away that need to eat, and/or buy some special k snack bars. They are only 90 calories and pretty healthy for you. :) Good luck!

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10/18/11 3:27 P

Try to eat what you would normally eat

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10/18/11 2:46 P

I don't know about anybody else out there, but when the kids are sick, I am stressed. I just want to eat and eat. And I don't plan well of course. All of my energy is going into taking care of the kids. This time, I am trying to make plans to eat better. I got healthier sweet and/or salty snacks so I don't cheat.

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