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Who’s Experienced Non-Hunger Hunger? by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Dec 2011 9:42pm I’ve been hungry all day, but not really hungry. Does anyone know what I mean? There are days I get into a mode where all I want to do is eat even though I’m not physically hungry. It’s a different kind of hunger. A feeling that’s really hard to explain.There’s just a desire to eat that’s constantly present even after I’ve had a sat ... Read on »
How to Identify Emotional Hunger vs. Real Hunger + My Conscious Eating Guidelines by Marissa V. Posted Tue 20 Mar 2012 2:36pm Whenever I’m hungry I play a little game with myself. Instead of satisfying the “hunger” immediately, I check in with my body first. I’ll get to exactly how this works in a second … and, I know, it sounds weird. But when you consider that hunger is actually controlled not only by the gastrointestinal tract (the stomach) but also ... Read on »
The Hunger Scale {hunger directed eating} by Ksenija Posted Fri 15 Feb 2013 4:21pm HDE – better known as Hunger Directed Eating, is the method behind the eating behavior of naturally thin people. The term was shaped by Josie Spinardi () and will be the topic of today’s post. Yesterday I told you that the first steps towards intuitive eating are to throw out your scales, eat when you are hungry and eat what you want. Today ... Read on »
Physical Hunger vs Emotional Hunger by Tara B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Mar 2012 8:17am Physical Hunger and Emotional Hunger are two completely different things. Both; however, can affect your health and weight. Here’s a quick summary of physical hunger and emotional hunger. Tips to knowing the difference between physical hunger and emotional hunger: If you’re not certain, eat a piece of fruit or a veggie… If ... Read on »
Hunger Challenge Day 3: Basic Hungry Chili by Every Little Thing Blog Health MavenFacebook Posted Tue 20 Sep 2011 7:37am (Just FYI: meal photos will also be posted on my facebook page ! Also, Hunger Challenge Day 1 can be found here .) It’s the dawn of day three of the Hunger Challenge and things are going well! Our two dinners so far have been outstanding – on the other hand, lunches and snacks have been quite underwhelming. I really miss having snacks thr ... Read on »
Coach’s Corner: hunger vs. HUNGER by irunnerblog Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 8:36am There are two types of hunger out there that runners have to deal with. There is the nice, manageable dull hunger that you can control without interference in your daily life. You are always victorious over this type of hunger and can ward off any weight game with minimal running volume. On the other hand, there is the painful, sharp, center ... Read on »
Are you Really Hungry? Getting Back In Touch With Your True Hunger. by CertifiablyFit Posted Tue 27 Jul 2010 9:40am Did you know that when we are born that we have an instinctive ability to eat only what we need?  At this time period of our lives, we only eat when we are hungry and refuse food when we are satisfied.  Sadly, a lot of us loose this ability as we grow up, and some of us get so far away from it that we end up adding a lot of unnecessary fat to o ... Read on »
The Hungry Games: Controlling Hunger by JoachimsTraining Posted Tue 30 Apr 2013 6:18pm The thing about hunger is most of us aren't hungry because we need food.  We have trained our bodies, with the help of Monsanto to Mcdonalds, to crave and desire food. As Americans we have fast, cheap and out of control access to every kind of food imaginable.  Willpower to just say 'no' is not enough. Understanding hunger and doing some self ... Read on »
An Interview with Hunger Relief Chef, Shane Pereira – who creates 5000 meals a month for the hungry by www.foodrehab.com.au Posted Wed 05 Jan 2011 6:35pm The two C’s - Community and Charity, have played a pivotal role in my life. The first volunteering role I landed was in high school at Nazareth House, feeding and talking with the elderly residents. ... Read on »
The Hunger Games – Is Being Hungry Bad? by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sun 25 Mar 2012 12:00am The other day, I was doing an indoor bike workout while watching the 1993 replay of the Hawaii Ironman triathlon. A portion of the video was devoted to “Chuckie V“, the crazy 1990′s bad boy of triathlon who sported a mohawk and actually got banned from racing in Ironman Hawaii due to some controversial race [...] Read on »