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    I never eat breakfast and very rarely dinner but I usually have a decent lunch and snack the rest of the day
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    I'm the type of person who doesnt function without food. Especially now i'm pregnant. I ALWAYS eat my 3 main meals a day, and keep fruit such as grapes to snack on during the day. I eat out of boredom too, so really need to make sure I have healthy options in the house.

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    I'm a 5 meals per day person. If I eat three larger ones I gain weight, even if the calorie amounts are the same.
    I prefer to snack anyway. I like to have munchies around mournos because I don't smoke Lol.

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    Yep, because I rarely get hungry anymore, and when I do feel hungry, it's only very mild.

    I try to eat because I should be eating though... but sometimes I just forget/don't bother.
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    I forget to eat all the time..then feel ill and realise I hadn't had anything all day...not coz I am busy ..I just forget...
    That saying.. I do eat breakfast most days...but that may be it ..till dinner..

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    Today I have had porridge, yoghurt, salad, cashews and a banana. Zucchini slice for afternoon tea later with dd. Seems to be back to normal again.
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    I eat consistently...and constantly! I have a fast metabolism which regularly reminds me to eat. I always have breakfast & a fairly large lunch & dinner, with snacks in between.

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    I get very grumpy and start feeling dizzy if i don't eat regularly - i have lots of small meals all through the day and usually just one big meal, occasionally two
    I don't function very well otherwise.

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