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Why am I always hungry!

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

I can't stand it anymore. I need to stop being hungry. Like yesterday. Help! What do you eat to keep you full for the longest amount of time possible?
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  • ADZY86
    Protein is always the trick for me. Maybe a couple of hard boiled eggs or a small handful of nuts. I try and meat a good amount of protein at each meal, and it keeps me satisfied longer. Good luck.
    1486 days ago
  • CHAPPERS1987
    If you look at oats you can get whole grsin oatmeal which is like ground oats but if you ate as much rolled jumbo oats it would last much longer sorry these are in the wrong order lol
    1486 days ago
  • CHAPPERS1987
    It sounds odd but I drink tea with milk I think the milk with its proteins really helps if you are eating grain make them as whole as possible I was watching something and it was say that the size of grain has an affect on how long it lasts
    1486 days ago
  • ALATTANZE
    And get 7 or more hours of sleep.
    1486 days ago
  • ALATTANZE
    Happens to me too. Drink a big glass of water eat a snack of produce and protein, go for a walk. Fill yourself with healthy, nutritious food. Plan your indulgences and let yourself enjoy them but don't go over board. Aim for health, not dieting.
    1486 days ago
  • TLCOZZI
    Yes when I get real hungry I drink a large glass of water but I do try to eat 5 to 6 small meals a day that way I have food in my stomach it seems to help and keep busy the more you exercise the last time you have to worry about eating good luck
    1486 days ago
  • KIMBERLY6664
    I have been too and I think it's because of my new meds
    1486 days ago
  • SHAYNE1964
    I eat very small portions every two hours that way my stomach feels hungry but not starving and I eat 6 times a day.
    1486 days ago
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