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    It is easier to avoid food when I'm busy. Ever since I started keeping myself busy on the computer, (meaning I have to have my hands busy, as oppse to when I watch TV lol)
    I find that it is easier...

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    It doesn't seem that I eat much anymore. I love my cup of coffee in the morning which I hardly ever finish (my 1st cup from 5:15 is sitting in the microwave as I type,probably cold again!), but then I can go the rest of most days without much food at all. I try and get a banana in mid morning, and sometimes a granola bar. The last few days I've been hungry at dinner, so I've eaten whatever isn't tied down!
    With phen, I do better at home now. In the past I would eat all day, now I don't. When I'm on the go, I don't usually think about eating because I'm usually running late!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raquel View Post
    Is healthy eating easier for you if you are on the go?

    I wouldn't think it would be since you are at the mercy of other places food vs. home BUT to me it seems to be.

    Not so much healthier ... but I just don't concern myself with eating. The rest of the week is busy for us, it's like in my mind I chalk it up to " No eating, YAY" vs. PLAN and make good decisions.

    Anyone else just skip food?
    That's is my M.O. I do eat, I just don't snack at all which is where I get into trouble. I always eat before I leave out and I never pack a lunch that is not healthy??? If I can just kick the habit of randomly snacking at home I will be okay.

    We have been really busy since summer started and I am loving it. Out of the house and away from temptation.
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    I will try to avoid eating at the moment and wait until I get home...but there are times that I am starving and feel sick if I don't eat...not to mention I may not be going home anytime soon. So I eat the healthier items on a fast food menu. Granted they are not REALLY healthy, but they are healthier than some of the other choices. For example--Taco Bell-- I'll get a chicken santa fe (sp) buritto. It has chicken, rice and a ton of veggies. At Wendy's, I'll get a baked potato w/ no sour cream and chilli....If a restaurant has grilled chicken sandwiches I will get that..minus the mayo. As for a drink I'll treat myself to Iced Tea (cause I've ONLY been drinking water). I don't feel guilty doing this either because I do not have to do this often.

    Please remember that skipping a meal is not helping. It is actually hurting you. Remaining hungry for a longggg time slows down your metabolism and forces your body to hold onto fat---because your body will think it needs to do that to survive.

    These are the sites I've used to help me choose the healthier foods:
    http://www.healthchecksystems.com/ffood.htm
    http://www.*****.com/content/tools/1/tiyh_fast_food.htm

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    I travel often for work and its been tough. But, I find myself finding a local grocery instead of a local Applebees or something. I got some ideas on carrying bars with me before my last trip and it saved me. I now keep some in the car just in case I have to get on a plane that I didnt know I would be on at 7am when I leave the house. I also got some advice from a friend whos not on phen but lost a ton of weight last year. He brings wraps that he makes at home with him on his travels. I am going to try something like that with a cooler to avoid eating out on the road.

    I skip food all day most of the time, ti I get home. I have a bar in the car on my way home sometimes, but am just too busy to stop most of the time. I cant eat when working anyway (I work as an interrogator) Its pretty hard to stuff the face and get people to admit stuff to me LOL But, before phen, I would hit McDonalds or something mid day. Now, I am not thinking about food so I just forget it. (I have always lost best by starving anyway)

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    Default Easier on the go ...

    Is healthy eating easier for you if you are on the go?

    I wouldn't think it would be since you are at the mercy of other places food vs. home BUT to me it seems to be.

    Not so much healthier ... but I just don't concern myself with eating. The rest of the week is busy for us, it's like in my mind I chalk it up to " No eating, YAY" vs. PLAN and make good decisions.

    Anyone else just skip food?
    Hi, I'm Roc & I'm on the weight loss rollercoaster as well as a 42 yr. old - mother of 3 year old twins. An entirely different rollercoaster
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