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I know I'm a little late to the party...
I read once that when you eat a lot late in the day/evening, you're not hungry early the next day. Maybe it might help to do an experiment to see what the result would be if you curtailed your evening eating.
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I have the same issue. My stomach is always queazy when I wake up in the morning. It almost seems as if it wakes up 1.5 hours after the rest of my body.
I agree with the other posters - eat just a little when you are getting your day started, then eat breakfast when you're actually hungry. Every person's metabolism is different, so do what works for you!
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Try a small container of yogurt.
I know how you feel. I have a small snack when I get up. Then I eat again in about 3 hours. The food does help the metabolism.
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This can be a major roadblock and open the floodgates to all sorts of excuses. I have read that you should eat within an hour of getting up. I get up at 5:15 during the week. I don't get hungry until around 8am. The mere thought of a bowl of high fiber cereal and berries makes my stomach turn first thing in the morning. Help please!
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