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JIL3000 SparkPoints: (960)
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2/18/13 9:00 A

Whatever you choose, be sure to include protein if you are using your muscles a lot at work.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (7,343)
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2/17/13 11:09 P

veggies, tuna/salmon packet, chicken strips, cup of soup, turkey bacon, turkey rollups, fibrous/low sugar fruits, eggs

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (54,688)
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2/17/13 11:04 P

a nice mug of hot tea and a piece of peanut butter toast on whole grain bread :)

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (7,343)
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2/17/13 10:55 P

double posted

Edited by: MICHELLEXXXX at: 2/18/2013 (21:18)
UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
2/17/13 10:51 P

Whatever you want, as long as it fits in your range.

Since you're probably going to bed after, you don't have to find something that will specifically satisfy for long periods. So any foods you enjoy, that fit within your plan, are fine.

Some people have fruit, or string cheese, or a bowl of cereal or oatmeal, or toast, or some vegies and dip ... and so on.

LISAPOTTS3 SparkPoints: (108)
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2/17/13 9:35 P

i work a shift job as of now i work from 5pm till 130am im a shipper at plant im always moving but when i get home im starving what do u feel would be a good snack emoticon

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