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Hunger. Somebody Please Tell Me it's Good!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

It's getting close to bedtime and I'm under 1550 calories for the day, including a "dinner" ... that I actually ate late last night. :)

I am thinking: glass of water, another glass of water. Find something else to do with my hands. I really have to focus on my weekly calorie deficit, so I think I'll try to skip eating any more food tonight.

If that won't work, eat, but nothing sweet or carb-y, maybe some cheese and whole grain crackers.

Or ... well, I decided to take a melatonin with that water! At least that way I can get sleepy before I give in. I'm really hoping that when I get used to keeping under 1500 calories again things will get easier.

Time to find something creative to do to pass the time until I get sleepy ...
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    Sometimes You Might Really Need To Eat Something. You Can Always Do Vegetables. There Are Many That Will Not Harm Your Calorie Count Such As Spinach, Cucumbers and Asparagus. I Agree With CodeMauler. Check Your Protein. I Know It's Been Several Days Since You Wrote This Blog But I Wanted To Share. I Dislike Being Hungry At Bed Time. I Eat Peanut Butter Crackers Or An Almond Butter Tablespoon On A Ancient Tortilla or
    A Oat and Flax Pita Bread. Eventually You Will Not Be Hungry I'm Sugar. Our Bodies Try To Be In Control But We ARE! emoticon
    Many Blessings To A Successful September!
    2084 days ago
    You might look over your food for the day and see if there was enough protein? When I first starting minding calories, I treated them all the same. Once I swapped a few protein choices into the day, the hunger monster disappeared.
    2095 days ago
    I had such bad chocolate cravings last night. I didi the same thing, had a glass of water and went to bed! No more craving LOL!
    2095 days ago
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