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Old 05-16-2010, 10:09 PM   #21
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If you sit and eat as I do while driving or stay seated in the car and eat, you may also be like me and feel full to bursting as soon as you get out and walk a few feet.

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Old 12-07-2010, 02:28 PM   #22
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Re: Anyone ever notice this?

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Old 12-09-2010, 07:28 PM   #23
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I eat first thing in the morning, got to have fuel to get the engine started. If I skip breakfast, messes up the whole operation, I have been cooking for the last 12 or so years, in my 30's ate at every fast food and got pretty unhealthy. Then started cooking for myself, flavors got better, food got better, started trying to beat the food I would get a restaurants, finally to the point that food became a hobby.

Now nestled in my soon to be late 40's I buy my beef from real farmers, drink real milk, and use real butter in my food. I eat healthy, a balance of vegetables and protiens, but the main thing is I enjoy food more now then I ever have.

Diets don't work for me, I got a membership to the gym and enjoy working out, it keeps me fit and shaves off the fat, from all that real food.

As far as smelling food, that just creates the desire to feast, like thanks giving where you get so stuffed, you take a 4 hour nap, now that's eat'en.
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Re: Anyone ever notice this?

I'm sure it depends on why you're hungry. the OP might just be getting hungry from boredom, I know I do and I usually just have some juice or tea to deal with it. Now that schools on break and I don't yet have a job I have to work to keep the fiancee from feeding me what I had biking several miles a day to/from class and standing all afternoon in the shop. Doesn't help she's got a crazy high natural metabolism and mines slow and extremely thorough.
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