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Try brushing and flossing your teeth right after dinner. That usually deters me from snacking later on because then I have to brush and floss all over again.
I think I've used that in the past but had fogotten.
My other ploy is the try to turn every sensation of hunger into a good thing (i.e. I'm making progress) rather than something bad. Just a little more positive thinking....
To keep from eating after dinner, another thing you can try is totally pigging out *before* dinner.
It's not that you eat after dinner, it's what you eat. I can assure you, if you stick to carrots, celery, even apples, to satisfy your hunger, the g will be safe.
I'm amazed that this works for people. I guess I do what barb says, since I rarely eat after dinner and still have trouble with my G ratio.
I very often don't eat after lunch.
It's not called lunch just because it's meal number 2 of the day.
What would you call the meal that I eat when I'm at work, and continue working afterwards? Not lunch? OK, sometimes I don't eat after dinner, and I skip lunch. Or I don't eat after dinner, skip breakfast, and have cereal for lunch.
I'm just trying to cut down to 5 times a day (breakfast, late-morning, lunchish, mid-late afternoon, dinner) from 6 (add continual post-dinner to the list).
Breakfast, Second Breakfast, Elevenses, Luncheon, Afternoon Tea, Dinner, Supper.
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