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6 Diet Rules Meant to be Broken

Out with the Old, in with the New

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Very good article. I need to change my mind-set after reading it. Report
Very informative!!! Report
Thank You for a very informative article............... Report
Because I like the option of a night time snack, I build one into my daily nutrition plan. Sometimes I have it sometimes I don’t. However knowing the option is there and planned for makes it easier to get through my day. Report
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Thanks for the great article! :) Report
I like the new rules better too. Moderation is what I need to work on. Report
good article...I think night time eating is what we get used to..there was a time when I thought I needed a bowl of cereal before bed..i eventually quit that habit..now i hardly even think of eating after dinner..if I do it is usually tied to emotionally eating. Report
I like a piece of fruit in the evening: cup of grapes, a peach or apricot when those are in season, or maybe a clementine or two. However, I don't think of it as a snack: it is usually my after-dinner dessert. I just don't eat it right after dinner, but prefer to save it for when I'm reading a book to unwind before bed. Report
Thank you. Report
Great article! Such common sense but so many do not understand. Report
Thank you! Good article! Report
Old rule: Don’t eat after 7 p.m. Finally! I would often get too hungry to sleep and have a yogurt but was told eating late would make me gain. I was VERY happy to read this. Now I PLAN my snack to have then. Thank you. Report
I divide my breakfast & lunch into 4 small meals so I am less hungry, so with this my supper is at 7 p.m. and a 100 calorie snack about 10:00 P.M. otherwise I wake up 2 hours after going to bed very hungry & eat. I need food to sustain through the night. When I exercise I always do it around a meal time with 1/2 the food before exercise & the 1/2 30 minutes after exercise. To allow for the exercise I eat 1/3 of the calories burned in extra food with my pre workout food, so if my workout is 300 calories I eat 100 calories extra with my pre workout food. Enough to sustain me & still benefit from the exercise & not be to hungry during exercise. My total calories are changed slightly when I exercise. Report
Thanks good reminders
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I find the old saying "moderation in all things" to be especially helpful. Report

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