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    Quote Originally Posted by HoHo - Ho
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    I am like you

    Late night hunger is my particular downfall

    My answer to hunger is Celery It burns more calories to digest than it delivers.

    A couple sticks of it at night

    Of course I have been dieting like **** lately...
    Try some cottage cheese for late night hunger. It's slow digesting, and will give your muscles something to eat during the night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas
    Try some cottage cheese for late night hunger. It's slow digesting, and will give your muscles something to eat during the night.

    I am still trying to lose weight and get down to 190

    Although I think I need to get off my ass and start lifting so maybe the cottage chees thing is the way to go.

    To bad that stuff tastes like Styrofoam

    Blech!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoHo - Ho
    To bad that stuff tastes like Styrofoam
    Blech!!
    Wasn't there a thread recently about how to make cottage cheese edible?

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    PS. Does anyone find that when really fat people eat it seems incredibly repulsive. It sickens me when someones act of chewing causes their fat to shake. It's definitly a physcological thing between eating and obesity, because normally seeing them jiggle is not nearly so disgusting.
    **** off. Was that really necessary? Did that add something to this conversation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoHo - Ho
    I am still trying to lose weight and get down to 190
    Then you definitely don't wanna be catabolising muscle while you sleep.

    To bad that stuff tastes like Styrofoam

    Blech!!

    Really, once you get used to it, it's pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AeroChica
    Wasn't there a thread recently about how to make cottage cheese edible?


    Lies, all lies.

    the only way to make cottage cheese edible is to make it completely unhealthy and use it with Poutine

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeroChica
    **** off. Was that really necessary? Did that add something to this conversation?
    Relax, I am talking about really obese people, I doubt you would qualify if you are active in boxing/bjj. If you just find it generally offensive, I am sorry, it was just a thought I felt like putting down. My apologies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas
    Then you definitely don't wanna be catabolising muscle while you sleep.

    Well I want to get stronger too, I just figured I should lose 10 pounds of jiggly fat first

    I should start another thread for this

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeroChica
    Sounds like a strange question, I know.

    I had a conversation with my sister about hunger - she's thin and athletic and I'm, well, not. I noticed that she was going for long periods of time without eating, and I asked her if she wasn't hungry. She said that she did get hungry, but that she didn't feel a burning need to do anything about it. Like when you become aware that you have to pee - you can choose to answer the call, but you could also ignore it until later if you were busy.

    I don't get that - when I get hungry, I get HUNGRY! It's a driving need to eat, otherwise I start feeling nauseous, I can't concentrate, and when my blood sugar drops eventually, I'll be shaky, weak and have stomach pains. Obviously, this is the biggest sabotage to my healthy eating plans - if hunger hits, I'll gnaw on anything within reach just to make it go away.

    Yes, I know the solution is to eat small meals frequently, and to keep healthy snacks around. And I'm not looking for excuses, I'm just trying to understand this physical response, and perhaps find a way to lessen the effects so I'll have an easier time moderating my diet.

    So, what does hunger feel like to you? Can you ignore it, or do you have to eat right away? How does this affect your diet? Any ideas to reduce the severity of hunger pangs?
    I'm probably about the same as you. If I go more than 3 or so hours without eating I get really cranky, I can't concentrate, and my body gets pissed. If I'm going to work out I HAVE to eat about an hour and a half before hand or it just won't work.

    I eat whatever I want, though I've become pretty attuned to what my body needs to function properly and I'm very sensitive to eating poorly so it works out for me. If you gradually alter your diet in a way where you're just eating more and more healthy, you start to crave a more healthy diet. I treat myself to junk food like ice cream, brownies, and cookies and that sorta crap now and then, but whenever I do eat it the craving for it tends to go away until my body forgets how much it didn't like that junk again.

    You just have to alter your habits gradually and your new diet becomes how you actually want to eat. I think people that go long periods of time without eating are sick in the head and she be locked up.

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    after about 6 hours, I start to get kind of twitchy. Like my motor responses actually aren't as good. A little after that, I start to feel something sort of like lightheadedness, but in the limbs. That's a sign it's time to eat, and not just more coffee or more diet soda.


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    I don't really experience hunger, per se - my gut is basically disconnected from my "eat watch". After seven or eight hours of fasting (not including sleep), it usually tapers off.
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