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    Doing really well here, haven't had sweets all week. My treat after dinner is a diet coke.

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    I faltered and had some chips after being so good all day

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    I have had a cr*p night. Came home from dinner and ate when I absolutely didn't need to I ate good stuff but too much of it, and I didn't need any of it. Bummed with myself.

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    Tomorrow is a new day ladies.

    Are there any emotional ties to food? Is it boredom? Perhaps pinpointing it will help you recognise a trigger when its happening?

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    I so need to join this thread. I eat soo much after tea. Partly due to hunger, but mostly it's bored, emotional, reward for kids being in bed etc. it's night two of not eating after tea and I'm starving. I had some dried apricots thinking that would get me through, but now my tummy is rumbling

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    Quote Originally Posted by shy View Post
    I so need to join this thread. I eat soo much after tea. Partly due to hunger, but mostly it's bored, emotional, reward for kids being in bed etc. it's night two of not eating after tea and I'm starving. I had some dried apricots thinking that would get me through, but now my tummy is rumbling
    Easy fix : go brush your teeth!! Works a treat

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    Does anyone find that doing exercise just makes you more hungry? Feels like it is futile to exercise when I just end up really hungry and eating anyway. I guess I should have snacked on something healthy with less calories.

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    Does anyone find that doing exercise just makes you more hungry? Feels like it is futile to exercise when I just end up really hungry and eating anyway. I guess I should have snacked on something healthy with less calories.
    Yes absolutely. I am a dance teacher and am really active most days. Seriously, I am constantly hungry. I graze all day. I just make sure I'm eating really good food. But after dinner I have no need to eat - I think it's almost a habit

    Ok, it's 630 and I'm done eating. I'm determined tonight! All I'm allowed is a cup of tea (or two...)

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    Yes exercise makes me insanely hungry

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    yeah but I find if I have banana's or fruit of some kind after, I can get through it and it makes the exercise worthwhile

    certainly I feel a lot better about myself anyway.

    (having said that I havent done much for a bit as I ride a bike, and it is too damn cold at the moment - and I am a big wuss )


 

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