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I have three different size Coleman coolers that match "small snack," "couple of small snacks," and "full day at work" for my food packing. I choose the one I need according to how long I will be out, fill it with food and small ice blocks, and go!
I have a tendency to hangout in the kitchen (which means more times I look in the fridge), so after a filling breakfast, I get out of the house! When I come home for the evenings, I also like to hang out in the kitchen, so I make some Sleeptime hot tea and go to my bedroom!
Pretty basic. Try to stay away from anything with either ingredient and you will find yourself eating more fruits and veggies just to fill up. I am not an absolute stickler to this rule but pretty close.
The first thing I did was to get ride of all the junk food - goodies etc from my home - can't eat what you do not have - Bought all halthy food - got rid of all Ketchups, mustards, dressings, sauses, and now I am scheduled as far as my meals go - eating on time is the best defense for hunger,
He was taught that one does not eat between meals and he is a Spartan, who has never done so./ The new thinking of eating 5 smaller meals is something he FIRMLY disagrees with. I have to choose with doing all I can to be healthy, or agree with him and let him RANT.
Foods that help you stay full
My secret to drinking water is to keep a rubbermaid bottle with me at all times. I fill it up at home, office, etc. They hold 20oz and fit nicely in your hand, purse, car, etc.
I eat oatmeal with flax almost every day. Filling, great nutrition, and allows me more flexibility throughout the day with calories.
What keeps me within my calorie count is planning what I eat and that often time is taking my food to lunch.