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9 Simple Tricks to Cut Calories, But Not Satisfaction

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Eat what tastes good. Don't substitute bad flavors or poor mouth feel just to cut calories. Report
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I have found I do best with breakfast, lunch around 2 or 3pm and then only tea or apple in the evening. Report
I track my food every day. Since retirement my husband and I don't eat a lot. I eat breakfast every morning. Lunch is hard for me I try to eat something though like fruit and or yogurt. I have my biggest meal at dinner. But I'm not getting in a lot of calories. I have to be on a low sodium diet, so I really have to watch it. Report
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Already know & use some of these. Newer research supports skipping breakfast. Also depends on what diet you follow. I say fo what works for you. Portion control by measuring for accurate tracking tho is key. Report
I have tried to write down what I eat daily. but after awhile the book begins to be in the way. like clutter . on the couch, on the table lost at the time. I need to find a spot that the book is not in the way. the diet food counter we have here in not an easy thing for my brain to make work. even though I would love to make it work . for some reason or other it will not record what I want to put. wrong things are not being able to add and to take off what I made a mistake makes me want to stop the action altogether. the article is very good I enjoyed reading it . it's not you it's me. Report
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Generally Dearly Beloved and I share an entrée when we go out. Report
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I actually found that skipping breakfast maintained my weight. When I ate it I was putting on. There is also a school of thought that fasting is good see Michael
Moseley's thoughts on this. Report

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