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What Are You Hungry For When You Don't Know What Your Hungry For?

Thursday, September 30, 2010

The answer, according to an old TV commercial, is a Ritz Cracker. Today? I just don't know. I was doing really well with food choices, and eating intuitively. Haven't had cravings for many weeks. That changed today. I don't feel satisfied with anything I've eaten all day.

When I was at the Conference for work, the meals were served buffet style, and choices were limited. I chose mostly vegetables and salad greens. No bread, small portions of chicken. Salmon for Dinner Tuesday evening. The food was tasty, but some of the seasonings used in preparation were foreign to me.

At one time I would be eating everything in sight to try to satisfy this appetite, but I settled for a cup of milk blended with some strawberries.

Wishing you all a great evening

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  • ROSEWCI
    Good choice!

    I do it too...a search for that special SOMETHING that will satisfy my need for a SWEET or SALTY or CRUNCHY or SMOOTH taste/texture. And I NEVER know what it is until I've gotten to it ...and if it doesn't exactly hit the spot,well then...the search continues! Ugh! I've done it a thousand times!

    Now, if we could just emoticon these cravings...the world would be a better place!

    Happy October to you! emoticon

    Rose
    3953 days ago
  • LIVINGONMYTERMS
    Good choices! Usually when I can't figure out what I want, I just don't eat anything. Especially when I am on a food burnout. Thank goodness for SP recipes emoticon
    Have a great weekend emoticon

    Go emoticon !
    3954 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4550505
    Great good choices!!! I get that not satisfied feeling at least once a week!!! It's usually on Sundays. I think for me it's because I'm bored.

    GO TEDDY BEARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    3954 days ago
  • RENE54
    You did great. You made really good choices. You have a great weekend!! emoticon
    3954 days ago
  • NINJA-NED
    great choices at a buffet! you should be quite proud of yourself.
    3954 days ago
  • COLOURFULME
    I know the feeling. I try to either go out for a walk or take a hot shower and pamper myself with a scrub or bodylotion. But many time it gets the better of me before I even get to walk or pamper myself. The body is a funny machine. But hey one day being off track doesn't mean the end of the world. You can do it!
    3954 days ago
  • MLKDUD
    I hate that unsatisfied feeling. I've kind of had it recently, but been able to fight it off mentally.
    3954 days ago
  • no profile photo NEEDHELP52
    Don't forget about water. Sometimes it helps to drink flavored water to get rid of the searching for something. Exercise is sometimes good too. Takes your mind off of some things. It sounds like you are really trying to do the right thing. Hang in there. We're all rooting for you.
    3954 days ago
  • VEMAN1
    Smart moves. Perhaps you need some yogurt or a small ice cream or an ice gelato. Sometimes our protein needs are hidden because we sit too long in one position.
    3954 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2244005
    Good food choices! You're doing a great job - keep it up! Sometimes I walk around the house thinking of what I want to eat - which is why I don't stock up on unhealthy treats - only those my hubby likes and I don't!

    emoticon
    3954 days ago
  • BKHOKIE27
    I get that way at times too. I have 2 points left for the day (I'm doing Weight Watchers and using Sparkpeople tools) and I have no idea what I want. I'm craving a lot of different things right now. Ugh. Good for you for choosing something healthy!
    3954 days ago
  • CATHYJR73
    Keep up the great work you are being very successful if you are sticking to your plan and it sounds like you did WAY TO GO!!
    3954 days ago
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