Am I actually Hungry?

Am I actually Hungry?

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Knowing the difference between being hungry and just wanting something to eat is central to developing good eating habits. If you eat when you’re hungry, you are fueling your body. When you eat because you just feel like something to eat, you are saving any excess calories as fat for future fuel. If you never create a demand for that fuel (calories) in the future, you get to keep the fat.

Learning how to wait until you are hungry to eat accomplishes an important goal. By the time you begin to feel hungry your body is already starting to consume your fat stores as it’s run out of gas. It tells you this with hunger pangs and by this time you’re actually starting to burn some of those stored calories and you begin to drop weight. So waiting until you are hungry helps with the weight loss procedure.

Although most of us can probably recognize when we’re hungry, many of us frequently mistake the desire to “want something consume” for being hungry. It’s important to understand the difference and there is a way to tell the difference.

If the desire to eat feels like it’s coming out of your throat, you feel like you want something to eat but it’s probably not from being hungry. For some reason you started thinking about food and your body has reacted instinctively and began preparing to eat. The digestive juices have started flowing in your mouth and you’ll actually feel the feeling in the back of your neck and mouth. This is not hunger, this is just a desire to eat that’s been triggered by something other than hunger.

When it’s real thirst, you will actually feel it in your stomach and feel that empty feeling and you will know that it’s probably time for you to eat. Your body is saying, “OK, I consumed the stuff you ate at breakfast and I am having to begin burning off my fat reserves, feed me.”

Eating when you don’t need it’s similar to filling up your car. If your car needs gas, it is not necessary to stop at every gas station and put gas in it. If you did you would wind up overfilling it all of the time.

If you analyze the situation the next time “just feel like eating something” you will probably find that something has made you think about food and created a desire to eat. Did you just get up from watching TV and you saw the kitchen? Can you walk from the kitchen? Did you have a moment when you were diverted and the notion of food entered your mind. Did you have to go in the kitchen for some reason? Can you get up from your desk to go to the bathroom and walk by the break room? Were you aware that bag of snacks you brought to work?

Knowing the difference and taking action to avoid this unnecessary eating will make a massive difference (no pun intended) on your weight over time. And bear in mind that if you eat when you aren’t hungry, how do you know when you’ve had enough.

Bear in mind that hunger isn’t on a schedule. Just because it’s break time it doesn’t mean you have to eat something and just because it’s lunch doesn’t mean that you must be hungry.

Find out how 4 easy habits can produce permanent results without the deprivation and guilt of typical diets.

My name is Larry Allen and I spent the past 3 years researching and analyzing why diet and exercise programs do not work for most people and creating an alternative that does.

“It’s only a Habit” is a daring new solution to permanent weight loss. It shows how by following 4 simple habits can have dramatic results which are not achievable through diet and exercise. No diet and exericse plans, Raccoon removalno pills, no hype and no phony promises. It is simple and it’s easy.

Knowing the difference between being hungry and just wanting something to eat is central to developing good eating habits. If you eat when you’re hungry, you are fueling your body. When you eat because you just feel like something to eat, you are saving any excess calories as fat for future fuel. If you never create a demand for that fuel (calories) in the future, you get to keep the fat.

Learning how to wait until you are hungry to eat accomplishes an important goal. By the time you begin to feel hungry your body is already starting to consume your fat stores as it’s run out of gas. It tells you this with hunger pangs and by this time you’re actually starting to burn some of those stored calories and you begin to drop weight. So waiting until you are hungry helps with the weight loss procedure.

Although most of us can probably recognize when we’re hungry, many of us frequently mistake the desire to “want something consume” for being hungry. It’s important to understand the difference and there is a way to tell the difference.

If the desire to eat feels like it’s coming out of your throat, you feel like you want something to eat but it’s probably not from being hungry. For some reason you started thinking about food and your body has reacted instinctively and began preparing to eat. The digestive juices have started flowing in your mouth and you’ll actually feel the feeling in the back of your neck and mouth. This is not hunger, this is just a desire to eat that’s been triggered by something other than hunger.

When it’s real thirst, you will actually feel it in your stomach and feel that empty feeling and you will know that it’s probably time for you to eat. Your body is saying, “OK, I consumed the stuff you ate at breakfast and I am having to begin burning off my fat reserves, feed me.”

Eating when you don’t need it’s similar to filling up your car. If your car needs gas, it is not necessary to stop at every gas station and put gas in it. If you did you would wind up overfilling it all of the time.

If you analyze the situation the next time “just feel like eating something” you will probably find that something has made you think about food and created a desire to eat. Did you just get up from watching TV and you saw the kitchen? Can you walk from the kitchen? Did you have a moment when you were diverted and the notion of food entered your mind. Did you have to go in the kitchen for some reason? Can you get up from your desk to go to the bathroom and walk by the break room? Were you aware that bag of snacks you brought to work?

Knowing the difference and taking action to avoid this unnecessary eating will make a massive difference (no pun intended) on your weight over time. And bear in mind that if you eat when you aren’t hungry, how do you know when you’ve had enough.

Bear in mind that hunger isn’t on a schedule. Just because it’s break time it doesn’t mean you have to eat something and just because it’s lunch doesn’t mean that you must be hungry.

Find out how 4 easy habits can produce permanent results without the deprivation and guilt of typical diets.

My name is Larry Allen and I spent the past 3 years researching and analyzing why diet and exercise programs do not work for most people and creating an alternative that does.

“It’s only a Habit” is a daring new solution to permanent weight loss. It shows how by following 4 simple habits can have dramatic results which are not achievable through diet and exercise. No diet and exericse plans, no pills, no hype and no phony promises. It is simple and it’s easy.


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