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Soy chips - ATE TOO many!

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

I think it's the salt that encourages me to overdo...can have 20 chips for 120 calories, but if you eat 2 whole bags.............yikes! emoticon
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  • KAYLSLYNN
    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM WITH POPCORN . IF I EAT TOO MUCH I BLOAT AND BELCH AND MISERABLE. THIS STARTED AFTER I HAD GALLBLADDER SURGERY . I TRY TO STAY AWAY FROM IT.
    1377 days ago
  • NANCYPAT1
    It does happen. What is your PLAN to deal with this better. My son used to do the same thing - sometimes 2 or 3 bags in one evening - now when he brings them home, he puts them into individual baggies with ONE single portion in each. He then puts the bags into another room away from where he usually is, so he has to get up and go out of his way IF he wants some. He then ONLY takes ONE bag with him and IF he wants more, he has to go out of his way to get them. The past 3 months, he has been able to make the same 1-2 bags (note it is even less than he used to eat in one day) last for an entire month.
    1380 days ago
  • DEBBY4576
    So true uh? I am that way with peanut butter. Can't start it, or I eat 5 tbls of it.
    1380 days ago
  • BLESSED2BEME
    I too have a hard time stopping when I start anything that is salty! I used to stay away from buying individual servings of snacks but unless one has the willpower to just stick with a 'serving' out of an ecomomy size bag, it isn't worth buying the bag that technically costs less per serving when you end up eating more in the end.

    Find ways to stick to a serving size. Make individual bags and limit yourself or don't buy them to begin with. I have learned the hard way on this over and over again!
    1380 days ago
  • DIET_FRIEND
    Have not tried soy chips. I'm a corn chip addict though.
    1381 days ago
  • POPSY190
    I can identify with this!! That's why I don't start. I just can't stop once underway. :(
    1381 days ago
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