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I'm most hungry with that "gotta eat" feeling just before supper. I've found that having one large dill pickle spear helps a lot. It has no calories. It is crunchy, which is satisfying. It's big enough to take a long time to eat. Pickles are very high in sodium so that needs to be taken into consideration, but personally, I'll take the salt over too many calories.

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  • NORTHWESTLIFE
    I looked up the nutrition value of Dill Pickles. WOW no wonder I eat them:
    Vitamin A, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Vitamin K, Fiber.
    Dill is used for inflammation, digestion problems, urinary track problems, relax muscles, fight bacteria and control insulin levels. - by NORTHWESTLIFE
  • NORTHWESTLIFE
    Pickles really work for me. The dills curb my appetite and the vinegar is goo d for you. I'm not worried about the sodium too much as I drink 94oz. of water a day and I eat a lot of watermelon in season and celery. For me it flushes every thing out. - by NORTHWESTLIFE
  • I with you on that calories vs. sodium...I can lower my sodium else where....plus I LOVE pickles. =) - by CHUEYSMOM

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