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GIVEMEFRIES SparkPoints: (8,868)
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6/19/14 11:08 P

Greasy, fried foods are my weakness.

TACDGB Posts: 6,136
6/19/14 4:46 P

M&M's.......

KCLEVELAND5678 SparkPoints: (10,437)
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6/19/14 11:24 A

chips and dip, mexican food, bacon

SHINY90 SparkPoints: (4,636)
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6/19/14 11:22 A

Cookies and brownies! Once I start I have trouble stopping.

KAMS32902 Posts: 22
6/19/14 9:12 A

Cake, cookies, ice cream, Pringles, basically anything processed.

MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 10,658
6/19/14 12:44 A

Cereal and milk


MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 15,095
6/18/14 9:51 P

Everything can be a trigger for me. Seriously I could eat 24/7

SPRINTY SparkPoints: (25,212)
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6/18/14 9:09 P

Chips!

LADYCJM SparkPoints: (54,824)
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6/18/14 8:58 P

emoticon emoticon emoticon and did I mention emoticon ?

It used to be everything triggered me to eat more food. Breathing was a biggie,

As I eliminated unhealthy foods and paid more attention to nutrition my triggers decreased, I can breathe without eating now! LOL

For a while potato chips were really bad. I couldn't have them in the house or I would eat them. Then my skinny hubby went on a chip binge and I decided I can't eat his chips. They are his, not mine. What's funny is after a few months of not eating any chips now I can have a small bowl of ships on an occasional basis. They are ok, but not really a big deal.

If I don't eat well through out the day then I start eating sugary foods at night. I have to be careful to get enough protein and calories throughout the day so that I don't lose control at night.

Edited by: LADYCJM at: 6/18/2014 (20:58)
BANKER-CHUCK Posts: 6,008
6/18/14 8:58 A

I have a few: Pastries, Spaghetti and Pizza. It is very difficult to stop at a reasonable serving and it causes me to overeat. To compensate I have to take them off my choice of foods list.

MMCDAN03 Posts: 305
6/28/13 11:11 A

Chips and cookies. Hard to eat just one.

ASHLEYGILLE SparkPoints: (12,738)
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6/28/13 10:06 A

I'm finding that highly processed foods trigger me...

NWFL59 Posts: 6,137
6/28/13 9:48 A

salty and crunchy processed foods like crackers or chips, I've eliminated most chips from the house but still keep crackers and try to be mindful of their consumption portion

EMPRESSAMQ Posts: 5,077
6/28/13 9:44 A

Anything sweet.

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (133,827)
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6/28/13 9:43 A

@Blue - that's mom's philosophy on her Jordan almonds emoticon

GOALWTIN7 SparkPoints: (2,121)
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6/28/13 8:20 A

Chips

LKS2GAB2 SparkPoints: (37,765)
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6/28/13 8:17 A

Oreo's and yogurt covered pretzels

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (107,996)
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6/28/13 7:29 A

I need to make sure I eat the correct combination of protein and carbs everyday otherwise I am hungry and reach for the chocolate covered almonds ...well they are still a nut correct emoticon

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
6/27/13 8:10 P

For me, particularly Sea Salt and Vinegar Kettle Cooked chips...all extra crunchy and...
*throws head back and drools a la Homer Simpson*
Transcendent.

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (133,827)
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6/27/13 7:17 P

I with Abi - salt & vinegar chips

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
6/27/13 6:42 P

Salt and vinegar chips!!! OMG. I could eat an entire bag. And sometimes, I still do-but not very often. Once or twice a month at most. Usually during PMS and AF, and then I'm good.

SCHOPPEK Posts: 1,079
6/27/13 6:35 P

cheese and crackers!

MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 10,658
6/27/13 6:06 P

Cereal....Milk and cereal...they never come out even!

Edited by: MEWHENRYSMAMA at: 6/27/2013 (18:07)
BRATFLORIDA SparkPoints: (9,911)
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6/27/13 5:38 P

Candy...especially chocolate. I never buy it at the grocery store because it's a 'more than one person' serving. When I'm treating myself, it's 7-11 and buying ONE candy bar!

07SOJO Posts: 1,648
6/27/13 5:37 P

Sweets

JLLOVETT SparkPoints: (13,205)
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6/27/13 5:06 P

emoticon any form there of.......... emoticon

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,403
6/27/13 5:03 P

I have to be really careful with cookies. It is very very difficult to stop at one serving.

BRANDIW7 SparkPoints: (32,787)
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6/27/13 4:43 P

Anytime I eat anything sweet (chocolate, ice cream, etc), I find myself craving sweets and fast food for days.

SCRAPBECCA Posts: 3,547
6/27/13 4:35 P

sugar, flour, wheat, caffeine, high fat foods, volume

JIACOLO SparkPoints: (395,716)
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6/27/13 4:34 P

usually something sweet

SHERYLDS Posts: 15,793
6/27/13 4:27 P

during the hot weather we are suffering from....
definitely ice cream

PENNYSAVER2 SparkPoints: (114,197)
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6/27/13 3:42 P

Chocolate in any form and cookies

I gave up those items 9 months ago.

DIETER27 Posts: 7,171
6/27/13 3:40 P

chips are my red light trigger food so I don't keep them in my home. I eat healthier snacks now.

ASHLEYGILLE SparkPoints: (12,738)
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6/27/13 3:31 P

I've noticed that eating certain foods make me want to return to the fridge right away... I'm wondering what food(s) "trigger" you to overeat/binge?

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