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MOTHERBOARDER SparkPoints: (191,569)
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Posts: 10,155
6/18/14 10:19 A

string cheese

SUSIESRO SparkPoints: (3,568)
Fitness Minutes: (1,778)
Posts: 59
6/18/14 6:35 A

Almonds, walnuts...and chicken or tuna ( protein)

DOODLES1013 SparkPoints: (18,982)
Fitness Minutes: (8,236)
Posts: 473
6/18/14 1:55 A

strawberries, sugar free jello and almonds

INDYTRACKMOM Posts: 846
6/18/14 12:45 A

greek yogurt, pecans, apple slices, cranberries

IHS1001 Posts: 6
6/17/14 9:40 P

Almonds and yogurt

ALGEBRAGIRL Posts: 1,925
6/17/14 7:03 P

Cold cooked vegetables, tossed in a big bowl with two tsp of canola mayonnaise - toss really well and that mayo goes a long way. Seasoned with salt and pepper.

Edited by: ALGEBRAGIRL at: 6/17/2014 (19:04)
LILSPARKGIRL Posts: 2,740
6/17/14 6:51 P

I make sure all of my meals are balanced. For me that is key. For snacks I have a fruit and protein.

The surest way to feel satisfied is to hit all of your spark targets, don't wait until you are really hungry to eat.

Try not to eat dense calorie foods. For example - most granola bars are 200 calories. Instead opt for string cheese and an apple. You'll feel more full, longer. More ideas from spark www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
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Edited by: LILSPARKGIRL at: 6/17/2014 (18:53)
BARBZUMBA SparkPoints: (10,804)
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6/17/14 6:39 P

I'm hooked on "skinny popcorn" and raw sunflower seeds

EABHA70 SparkPoints: (62,065)
Fitness Minutes: (40,967)
Posts: 1,121
6/17/14 9:11 A

Veggies and hummus

KKKAREN Posts: 12,458
6/17/14 8:45 A

Mostly I kill hunger with fruit. If that doesn't work I have a cup of ff milk.

SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,075
6/17/14 7:51 A

Stop The Cravings!
Elin Johansson has received a scientific award for her research results concerning barley and GLP-1. She presented facts that Intake of a barley evening meal stimulates GLP-1 release, improves glucose tolerance and appetite regulation. 1/4 cup of barley will do the trick


It really works.....try it

KASTRA Posts: 369
6/16/14 11:28 P

A cup of carrots with a tbsp or two of peanut butter.

Grapes and yogurt.

Apple and cheese.

Half a PB&J with a few grapes, carrots, cantaloupe, watermelon, or some other fruit or veg.

EXOTEC Posts: 3,327
6/16/14 11:11 P

Most anything with fat in it.
Bacon.
Devilled eggs sometimes work.
A spoonful of nut butter.

Edited by: EXOTEC at: 6/16/2014 (23:12)
EVERBRIGHT Posts: 55
6/16/14 7:44 P

Oatcakes with no added sugar crunchy peanut butter. Good as a pre or post workout snack too.

Also, full fat natural yoghurt (no added sugar) with 1/4 cup of oats and a portion of fruit.

Edited by: EVERBRIGHT at: 6/17/2014 (13:42)
BRANDI-MULLINS Posts: 97
6/16/14 7:28 P

What gets rid of your hunger?

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