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Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Ok here's the deal. I stopped smoking 9 months ago and since then I've gained about 40-ish (prob more idk) nights are my worst for cravings. Yes I still crave my smokes. So instead I eat a bowl of cereal or whatever to make me feel that satisfaction. I'm trying not to do it but I still find myself in the fridge late at night even though I'm not even hungry. Tomorrow I'm going to guy a butt load of gum and hope that this will satisfy my night cravings. I'm feeling better everyday about my eating habits. Last night I had some yummy broiled fish and a salad. I haven't started exercising as much as I want but I'm still working on that.

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AMYTRIPP 5/9/2012 9:33AM

    The gum sounds like a great idea. You could also 'save' some of your calorie allotment for when those cravings hit - and then have a snack that fits into the calorie range you alotted. A cup of cereal and skim milk should be doable, I'd think.

Keep up the great work!

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