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BAPSANN
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1/6/14 10:51 A

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The evening when at home is my tough time of the day. I am getting all snacks out of the house except for nuts and fruit.

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1/5/14 9:54 P

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Great ideas! Thank you!



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1/4/14 6:33 A

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Snacking on the right foods will keep blood sugar balanced...you get hungry when there is a drop in blood sugar, or glucose.
...so if you're hungry for a snack, grab a small orange and get a juicy dose of vitamin C as well as fiber, which helps keep blood glucose under control. Choose one small apple at snack time for a serving of fruit that's also a good source of soluble and insoluble fiber, which helps prevent cholesterol buildup.

Have a hard boiled egg...Eggs Are Loaded with Nutrients & lots of vitamins and good for the eyes as they have lutein and zeaxanthin.

1/2 cup Cottage Cheese and a handful of Matchstick carrots, flaxseeds around 75 calories

1/2 Avocado with stuffed crabmeat 4 ounces crabmeat with a tad of mayo on a bed of lettuce about 6 carbs

String Cheese 80 calories, 0 g carbohydrates

Pear and 1 ounce of light Brie about 120 Calories

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1/4/14 12:38 A

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Make sure you are eating enough in the day and not skipping meals. Also a pre planned afternoon snack such as yogurt and fruit can help you feel satisfied so you don't go overboard



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1/2/14 7:37 P

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Goid snack suggestions. Thsnk you!!!!!



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1/2/14 6:56 P

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Have a snack!

I make sure that high quality, low calorie, nutritious snacks are a part of my daily food "budget".

Do you use your tracker? It's easy to budget them in, unless you are eating 3 huge meals a day.

Here is a list of under 200 calorie snacks from Spark People: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
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MAMMACAT6
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1/2/14 6:20 P

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hello everyone. I am new to SparkPeople. However, I have been on this journey before. I'm looking for a lot of support and advice to keep on track. I hope you don't mind. I have noticed that the hardest time of day for me with food is from 3 p.m. till dinner time. This is the time of the I am home with my kids and thinking about our next meal. This is the time of day I also feel the hungriest and have a lot of cravings. Any suggestions on how to get through this. I'm trying to fight it but it's not easy.



 
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