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Dealing with Boredom in Your Diet

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Thank you! Great advice! Report
OME on Sparks! This article is 15 YEARS OLD. Report
Good article. Report
Thanks, great article! Report
Good article. Report
Good advice! Thanks Report
Good to know how to handle being bored. Report
I ,usually have a protein shake every morning with berries,mixed greens and Chia seeds. Report
I'm much happier eating 100-200 calories every 2 hours, with a larger dinner, than 3 meals a day. It works for me.

I much prefer a work environment where I can choose how to do my job, including eating at my workspace, than being micro-managed, You must eat now in the breakroom, how ridiculous. Report
I am actually fairly happy about eating the same food every day. Takes the guesswork out of it. Report
Great article. Report
Some great points in this article. I question the suggestion about smaller meals, 5-6 per day. A recent study has shown that subjects eating multiple, smaller meals have no greater success in losing weight than those eating three full size meals. I hope sparkpeople continues to base their content on proven or widely accepted research and steers clear of taking sides on debatable subjects. Report
Like Jshare this came at a good time for me. I have lost 28 kilos and have 2 more to lose to reach my goal. I am finding it a real struggle to shift the last of the weight and really feel like I have been doing this diet forever. I am following the Dukan plan which is very restrictive. I think it's time for a change whilst not returning to my old eating habits. Report
Articles like this help keep me focused on the lifestyle issue, not the diet route. Thanks Liz!!! Report
I found that trying to "Diet" only led to frustration for me. I found my answer in a book by Jorge Cruise called the "Belly Fat Cure". His program suggests that you watch your sugar intake and keep it @ 15 grams of sugar or less a day and to keep your carbs @ 120 grams a day. His book offers many food items that are filling while staying within the limits of the sugar and carb intake. It's not a diet but a life style change for me. As a result of following his sugar/carb plan I have lost 25 lbs and 3.5 inches off of my waist. Report

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