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11/25/12 9:49 A

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I would try to eat something on the way home (like a clif bar or a fiber one bar). Then eat something more regular when you get up.

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10/25/12 9:30 A

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Are you able to eat while you work? If so maybe some small snacks during the night so you aren't so starving when you get off. Otherwise maybe have a small smoothie or protein drink instead of a full blown meal.

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10/25/12 6:21 A

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I work nights and when I get off in the mornings I am hungry but I am also tried and want to go to sleep but if I eat, I don't want to go to sleep right away, but as soon as I eat, I can't keep my eyes open. Should I just lay down without eating then when I get up, I really hungry then so I just eat hatever I see. Any suggestions?



 
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