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Old 04-12-2010, 08:19 PM   #1
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Anyone ever notice this?

I was pretty hungry earlier today and was having a pretty bad craving despite the fact that I had eaten like 3 hours prior. Anyway I finally caved and started making Ricearoni which I like. The weird thing is, I've notice that just the preparation of food alone seems to satisfy my food cravings.. About half way through the cooking of my Ricearoni, I wasn't hungry anymore and by the time I was finished, I had a sated feeling in my stomach.. It's really weird, it's almost as if I ate the food without actually eating it.. It's ok though, because when I do get hungry an hour or two from now, I'll have an already prepared meal ready for me.. I just thought I should share this as I found it a little strange.. The other thing which I've heard other people say as well is that when they go for a workout or exercise that they don't feel hungry afterwards which I too experience as well after a good workout..

weird stuff, huh?
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Old 04-12-2010, 10:11 PM   #2
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'fraid I never noticed that. But...maybe that's why I weigh 205....
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Old 04-12-2010, 11:51 PM   #3
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ive done this before, make soem food eat it still hungry in the process of makin more i smell it, then its like hmm im full now WTF am i going to do with this
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Opposite for me - sometimes I can go until 2 or 3 in the afternoon without being hungry, but if anyone (me or someone else) prepares some breakfast then I get hungry very quickly.

I guess that thinking about the food makes me feel hungry.

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Old 04-13-2010, 04:17 AM   #5
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Never noticed that!

I'm hungry from the time me eyes open, until after lunch sometime... and I even eat breakfast but it never seems to satisfy me!

I eat at 7am, 9:30, 11:30, then the gap.... no dinner until 5 or 6pm, snack or leftovers at 8 or 9.

I'm 6'1" 202lbs, probably carrying 20 extra lbs of love. lol
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For me it's definitely opposite. If I or someone else is making food, that just makes me more hungry. If it takes a while then the smell teases me up into a lather and I devour even more.
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I know there is something to curbing appetite via the smelling of food. After all half of your eating experience is the smelling of the food as well as the tasting of it.
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Add me to the group which isn't satisfied by smell. Smelling food just makes me hungrier. I guess I'm one of Pavlov's dogs.
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lol least you guys dont get tricked when you wake up.

about a block from my house is a small dinner that has amazing breakfast and dinners.

well if the wind is just right we get the smell of bacon, eggs, pancakes, fried delicousness inside our house. so somedays ill wake up smell bacon and be like aww sweet someones actually making breakfast!

get outa bed run to the kitchen and nothing noone else is even home or is there any evidence of breakfast hahahha
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well you guys know me, i walk the path untravelled. i can actually understand both. i also eat every 2 to 3 hours, and absolutely cannot eat right after a workout or b-ball game. sometimes the smell of good food makes me think i'm hungry, but i can't bring myself to eat.

and of course, there are times i don't feel hungry...until i smell something wonderful. i take a lot of protein shakes, and it seems like when they finish getting digested, i can get a craving all of of a sudden(especially when there's food being cooked).
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