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KHOOLAN Posts: 51
1/19/12 10:44 A

About 15 almonds and some dried fruit like apricots. It's about 125 calories and a good balance of fat, fiber, and protein.

BLACKROSE_222 Posts: 4,851
1/19/12 10:37 A

I keep a couple of 'filling' snacks around - just in case. Ie. piece of fruit, small serving of nuts, package of oatmeal, kashi granola bars, or in-case-of-emergency-break-glass kind of snack...

POPCORN. It really does help, and takes a while to eat a small amount - so I get that full feeling over a period of time, rather than immediately.

"Good things come to people who wait, but better things come to those who go out and get them." ~Anonymous

"No masterpiece was ever created by a lazy artist."~ Anonymous

Jenn G - Calgary
BITTERQUILL Posts: 1,567
1/19/12 10:18 A

When I find myself just out of control hungry, I usually need a little more fat. I go for something dense, sweet and containing fat and fiber, like peanut butter on sliced apple. It is a few hundred calories, but it's healthy and it almost always quells the munchies.

DMB0174 Posts: 12
1/19/12 10:13 A

I have noticed for some reason there are days that I am just hungry. Not like a mental thing but truly physically hungry. I have found not letting myself get too hungry to start with is a big key, but sometimes even that doesn't seem to help.

So, please share. When you are HUNGRY what do you eat that is satisfying but doesn't blow your day?


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