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Old 04-05-2010, 12:25 AM   #26
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apple chips!
(making it @ home is actually quite easy)

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Old 04-07-2010, 12:51 PM   #27
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Fruit Juice is horrible...it's empty calories...

Ingesting carbs will make you hungry for more carbs...

Personally, I try and fight the urges and listen to my body rather than my brain. My brain tells me I want to eat, mainly because I'm bored at work. But my stomach will growl, telling me when I actually need to eat.
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:56 PM   #28
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Eat almonds....makes you feel full and good slow fuel.
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Any other opinions out there on apple chips?
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IMO it depends on your goal..

If you want to snack while at work because you get hungry, then have some mixed nuts and try to avoid sugar.

If you're on a diet or don't want to gain weight, then resist the urge to eat because you're probably bored, not hungry.
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pinenuts and blueberries together Mmm with some yogurt
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you dont wanna snack on anything all day.
if you're hungry all day long, maybe you should be eating bigger or more filling meals.
limit your snack portions, no matter what they are.
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I love the fruit-to-go strips... they're so good!
Not sure about the sugars and stuff in them though..
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fruit, its healthy plus filling
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fruit, its healthy plus filling
Um, no. All simple sugars, you'd get a sugar rush and crash shortly after.

Almonds would be the best bet, high in fiber and protein and good fats, leaves you feeling satiated longer.

Anything high in fiber or protein is good for keeping the feeling of hunger away. Cottage cheese is an option for a good source of protein.
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:55 PM   #38
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Yeah...I wouldn't eat dim sum as a snack...
the dumplings are wrapped with simple carbs....also the MSG is bad for you...
snacking on nuts would be healthier...
but as long as he isnt eating that EVERY SINGLE day, then he should be fine.
Just keep everything in moderation and have a balanced diet to be "healthy".

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