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Help! My appetite is HUGE!

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Okay, so the past couple of days since I've started workout out again, my appetite has shot WAY up! I can't seem to get enough food! I know it's because I finally started working out again, but I'm craving heavy carbs, most of which I've been getting through peanut butter :-/ I'm SO hungry all the time! Anybody know how to fix this??


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NICOLEZOE 3/31/2013 2:59PM

    What I try to do is drink water then wait ten min. If you are still actually hungry then eat a healthy snack. Most of the time I just think I'm hungry when I'm thirsty or just have food on my mind. I also wait ten min before I get a second helping of dinner and almost all of the time I realize I'm full! emoticon

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KITKAT717 3/31/2013 7:07AM

    Good morning :) I have been going thru this a bit. If you have the calories measure out a bit of low-calorie ice cream at night that will help or low-cal yogurt! If you don't have to many calories, look at some of the low-cal veggies to snack on like baby carrots. If you don't have wiggle room with your calories drink water!

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THE_SHAKESHAFT 3/29/2013 4:48AM

    Be strong!

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JESSIHOVER2 3/28/2013 10:53PM

    Try to bump up your protein intake, it really helps subside hunger. But sometimes all you can do is give in. There are days when I will burn 1200+ calories and those days I swear I CAN'T eat enough, it's like I'm just not ever satisfied. Your options are to give in or maybe bump down the exercise to a happy medium where you don't feel as hungry.

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SHILOHPIP 3/28/2013 10:50PM

    Mini meals might help. That's what I am doing. About 6 small meals(like half of a sandwich,one cup of soup etc.) throughout the day and two small healthy snacks. It helps keep your blood sugar level so you won't be so hungry during the day,also it's only about 2 and a half to 3 hours before your next snack or meal. Hope this helps!

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JOANNHUNT 3/28/2013 10:42PM


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PJ2222 3/28/2013 10:40PM

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