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2/25/14 2:20 P
I regularly skip breakfast, but it's because I just find it difficult to eat in the morning. I'm never hungry in the morning. If I do have breakfast, it's very light, like a piece of fruit or a smoothie or something. I feel really loaded down all day if I have breakfast. I never skip lunch or dinner, though. :D...well, unless I'm not hungry. I try to eat only when I'm hungry.
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2/25/14 12:30 P
No. You put your body in PANIC mode. It throws off your metabolism?
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855 2/25/14 12:20 P
No no no.
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5,676 2/25/14 12:11 P
"One Meal at a Time"
"One Day at a Time."
"Smile through your fears and sorrows , Smile and maybe tomorrow you'll see the sun come shining through if you'll just Smile."
"Like sands through the hour glass, so are the " Days of our Lives."
"Because I'm Worth It!"
"Courage isn't always a lion's roar. It is sometimes the heart at the end of the day saying..... "I will try again tomorrow".
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5,169 2/25/14 11:26 A
no, should at least have a healthy snack to keep metabo going
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2/25/14 10:05 A
eventually you are so hungry if you skip a meal that by the time you eat, you want to eat everything in site and as fast as possible so I say no.
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219 2/25/14 10:00 A
i dont see anything wrong with skipping meals. i do it all the time.
i gotta stick with my goal. i can see my way through this this and i will succeed.
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1,156 2/25/14 9:50 A
Fitness Minutes: (71,138)
6,700 2/24/14 11:30 P
"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen. You will seek me and fi
Fitness Minutes: (108,980)
2/24/14 9:56 P
No, we are supposed to be re-training ourselves to eat "normally", and skipping just leads to over serving ourselves later on, or the next day, etc. It all comes out in the wash.....so try to regulate yourself now, while you still can.
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2/24/14 9:51 P
"There are many difficult obstacles in your path. Don't allow yourself to be one of them." - Ralph Marston
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1,429 2/24/14 9:41 P
Not for me, that's for sure!
Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape.
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2/24/14 9:32 P
I occassionally skip dinner if I have a huge, late lunch. Not in any attempt to save calories, just because I am not hungry.
I can and I will - watch me!
Fitness Minutes: (99,148)
2/24/14 4:20 P
Not for me. I'll overeat if I do. I prefer to eat small portions at regular meal times. I USED to starve all day and gorge all night.
Fitness Minutes: (232,300)
2/24/14 3:18 P
No, it's not healthy to skip meals even if you happened to eat a little more than you wanted. Skipping a meal implies that you did something wrong and deserve to be punished by missing dinner.
If you happened to eat a little too much at lunch, then eat a lighter meal at dinner such as a BIG leafy green salad.
Eating a little too much one day WILL NOT make or break your healthy lifestyle. the fact is, there are going to be days you eat more than others. It happens. As long as it doesn't happen every day, you'll be fine. Skipping meals also implies being on a diet. Dieters skip meals because they are worried they'll eat too much.
Someone engaging in a healthy lifestyle will be more mindful of their portions for dinner. They might even eat something a little lighter, but they will not skip a meal to compensate.
Because... what happens if you eat too much at lunch more often ? Are you going to continue to skip dinner ? If so, that's not healthy. I wouldn't want to live like that. Instead, eat a little ligher tonight. that's all.
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