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Woolfey Fri 11-Jan-13 18:04:04

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eilonwy Fri 11-Jan-13 19:20:01

What about a couple of spoonfulls of honey? Very sweet, and good for you. Or a slice of honey on toast. Or small bowl of porridge and some honey.

Are you able to go out at this time of day? If you're able to take the babes out in a double buggy the walking will take your mind off the food, and more exercise will motivate you and help you work off any extra snacks. hth

Woolfey Fri 11-Jan-13 20:16:41

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eilonwy Sun 13-Jan-13 21:11:45

I think that's great (the park) and it will definitely help, any exercise will. If you need a sugary snack I would just have one and enjoy it, as if you don't, you will just obsess about food and probably eat more, then before the sugar converts to fat, do a little exercise to work off. Run up and down stairs, or do stretches with one of babies - sit ups (babe can sit on belly) lol, or follow the leader, or anything silly - dance like nobody's watching - toddler will love that!! I can see how difficult it is for you to exercise if you can't take them out together. (Maybe you could find a doublebuggy on netmums for free or cheap- or borrow one).

hazchem Sun 13-Jan-13 21:24:25

Would you be ingested in low carb? I all because since starting low car. I have more energy and don't get UHF 3 pm slump our the 8 pm snack attack. Check out bootcamp thread if you want to have a try. Being tired sucksgrin grin grin grin

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