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RRAYNER Posts: 1,063
5/16/13 9:30 A

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DEEJON123 SparkPoints: (27,949)
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6/14/12 11:36 P

Does the TV have to be on at all ? do you read, perhaps that will be a better distraction, go have a glass of water instead of food, go to bed earlier to avoid the food impulses. Go for a walk, go work in your garden. Just be aware of what you are doing, I used to find sometimes I was eating and barely remembered going to get something from the kitchen, it was just a bad habit.
Remember, you are not alone, rather than eat, go to this website and read an article related to your concerns. For example, I have been dying for a hamburger for about 2 months, so today I read the article regarding calories and fat in fast food burgers, it put me right off of even thinking of it (AT LEAST FOR A WHILE ANYWAY, but perhaps that's all I needed for now) ....................
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DEBBY4576 Posts: 5,551
6/14/12 7:15 P

Oh, hey, I think most of us do. Like Durangoreddog said, stock up on healthy things and go ahead and eat. If you haven't tried frozen berries, you'll have to. I microwave to get the crunchy frozen out. Sprinkle with whatever sweetner (if you need to), and it tastes like cobbler!!!

Edited by: DEBBY4576 at: 6/15/2012 (09:54)
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DURANGOREDDOG Posts: 2,250
6/14/12 10:57 A

So make it snack time and count on it every evening but stock up on fruits and veggies and have a great munch time.

Bernie from Durango, CO
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LM2760 Posts: 1,397
5/25/12 8:57 P

i have the same problem at 8 pm, stomach rumbles like crazy but we eat dinner at 3 or 4.
hubby only eats at dinner than snacks until 8. so then i am hungry from watching him.
i make a pizza for 165 cal. 6 inch corn shell, 1T. of sauce and 1 slice of swiss. i have one every evening.

lisa

13 lbs. in 13 weeks/start 9/25/2012
TATTER3 SparkPoints: (258,833)
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3/1/12 9:39 A

You are not alone. Habits are vicious little creatures that rip our good intentions to shreds. Just keep Sparkin'!

Keep Sparkin'!

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2FEATHER Posts: 600
3/1/12 9:28 A

I do everything right until 8:00 pm. Portions are correct, choices are good, caloric intake for each meal is great and then evening comes. EVERYTHING falls apart. And, I try to keep my hands busy doing knitting, crossword puzzles, game boy and still I wonder out into the kitchen for something to munch.

Several weeks ago I would have a cup of tea and a low cal bar. That worked for a while but soon became disenchanted with the same ole thing. I really think it's the TV with all the commercials of food in the evening and I don't know how to stop watching the commercials. (I know where the power botton is to turn it off). I have been muting it and exercising during the commercials but still I have visions of snacks in my head.

Just wondering if anyone else has this problem?

Edited by: 2FEATHER at: 3/1/2012 (09:35)
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