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10/18/09 6:16 P

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I have been told by other dieters that this is often a reflection of not eating enough during the day. Try starting your day with a HEARTY BREAKFAST. Use that meal as you largest and then work back to diner as your smallest. Give yourself some snacks too.

Maybe trying a snack with protein and carb would help bingeing. Example: low fat cheese with a couple of whole wheat crackers or a small handful of nuts and piece of fruit.

Why are you so late? School? Kids? Are you up early in the morning? Maybe you need to actually have your dinner later. Sorry, I may be blabbering away here. I often do.

Hopefully, something in might work. Good luck!


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10/18/09 4:05 P

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I have discovered that I am often having a hard with not over eating at night. For some reason I am starving once it is 8pm or so. I stay up until about 1, and that entire time I feel hungry even if I give in and eat. I think it is psychological or something but don't know how to make it stop. Any advice?

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