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I have great control until 8:ooPM and on. It seems like I graze all night. Please share ideas to help this problem.

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gazing after 8pmlem

Started by beckiejo40 Apr 4, 2014. 0 Replies

I to suffer from that problem. I get off work at 10pm, and by the time I get home am ravished. I have started saving enough calories to have a bowl of milk (1% 2cups) with 3 big shredded wheat…Continue

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Comment by Ali on September 29, 2013 at 2:17pm

My youngest brother turned 40 yesterday... and went to Costco to get the new office chair my Mom and I paid for but he needed to pick out.
While he was there he bought Mom and I another HUGE jar of Chocolate Covered Almonds!
It's not even after 8 pm and I've had 33 of the $%!@&# things.
Mom hid them for me...

Comment by Ali on September 28, 2013 at 9:44pm

I find that if I have a protein and a carb and just DO that instead of graze, I don't seem to want to eat anything else.
Also - DRINK WATER!!!
Remember - a lot of times you're really thirsty - not hungry.
It takes your brain 20 minutes to figure out it's full. Give yourself some time.
April - I can no longer have the chocolate covered almonds. I have never successfully eaten only 1 serving. :(

Comment by April on April 21, 2011 at 5:19pm
Me too...I'm fine until dinner...and tonight I feel like I've just blown it by eating twice the dark chocolate w/ almonds portion I should have darn it....perfect all day, too. Ugh..Now I feel awful.
 

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