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      08-30-2015, 09:35 PM   #1
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Any other hungry M3/4 drivers out there?

So I've been on a diet for a week and working out every night. I've been mostly swimming, but man do I get really hungry for bad foods. Anyone else in this struggle with me?
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I'm hungry just ate pancake sausages from costco
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been eating a bowl of raisin bran for dinners, going on almost 3 weeks. hungry hungry hippo here, dreaming of cheesy cheeseburgers with extra cheese and grease dripping off the cheese. honestly, you kind of get used to it after a bit, it's the first couple of weeks that hurts the most.
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been eating a bowl of raisin bran for dinners, going on almost 3 weeks. hungry hungry hippo here, dreaming of cheesy cheeseburgers with extra cheese and grease dripping off the cheese. honestly, you kind of get used to it after a bit, it's the first couple of weeks that hurts the most.
Yeah food can be very addictive, I guess there should be steps to changing your daily diet over a period of time. I broke the other day and got a pizza; I felt guilty about it and ended up swimming over 1 mile at the pool that night. Lol
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^ all good. i see it this way, i just watch the calories (not in a crazy manner where i track the exact amount), but in a general way. if i eat a "bad" meal for lunch, then dinner is raisin bran. that's why i been eating raisin bran for 3 weeks, haha!
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Make sure you are getting all the proper nutrients/minerals/vitamins either through your food or through supplements. Most times those are at the root of cravings.

Also, I was given some great advice once on dieting. If your diet is a ___ week program where you barely eat and/or are miserable during it, it will not benefit you in the long run. You will rebound to the same weight, if not more, once you are off it eventually. However, if your diet is actually a lifestyle change that can be sustained, you will have much better results.
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been eating a bowl of raisin bran for dinners, going on almost 3 weeks. hungry hungry hippo here, dreaming of cheesy cheeseburgers with extra cheese and grease dripping off the cheese. honestly, you kind of get used to it after a bit, it's the first couple of weeks that hurts the most.
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After coming back to this country, I haven't stopped obsessing about jalapeņos. I can't apparently eat anything else.

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Get some more protein in the diet! Keeps you full for longer. Chicken has tons of protein and low fat, use a but of seasoning and its good to go.

A good snack/small meal I like is full graim bread, tons of peanut butter, chopped up banana on top, with a drizzle of honey. Have a small bit of BCAAs too because the PNB is incomplete protein.

Hard boiled eggs are great too. Small and quick to cook up.

I've never found any type of cereal to fill me up for more than an hour..
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I think if you live by the 80/20 rule and workout some what routinely you will be fine. I eat healthy 80% of the time but 20% of the time its PIZZA PIZZA!! lol

Honestly though I think the diet change I made that impacted me the most was about 2 years ago I stopped drinking anything but water. I drink a gallon a day (yes I'm the guy carrying the gallon around ). It seems to have worked wonders for me. I do cheat every once in a while and have a cocktail or a slurpee but I could count those cheats on one hand each year. Just got use to it and its a habit
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OP- as a competitive swimmer, just a little tip.

The reason you get so hungry after swimming is not because you went beast mode (unless you're swimming 15-20 minute miles) but because of the change of temperature from getting in the water/out of it.

I regularly do anywhere from 3-5 miles 5 days a week. I don't diet because of how vigorous the swims are, but when I don't swim for a few weeks I have to watch what I eat.

Solution when I am cutting back into competition shape- immediately take a whey isolate protein shake with soy or 0% milk. It'll curb your appetite so you're not stuck having hunger pangs. Hope this helps and keep it up!
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I've been tracking macros (to the gram..not IIFYM) for years and once you turn your body into a fat burning machine i can pretty much eat whatever i like on the weekends with the family. the key is to consistently lift weights, nail your cardio (i love doing HIIT) and DO YOUR SQUATS!
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F82 driver here, always hungry. Luckily I'm in the position of trying to gain weight, unluckily it doesn't seem to be working. Had a KFC for lunch yesterday, Burger King for dinner. Sometimes I just use it as an excuse to get out of the house and have a drive.
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So I've been on a diet for a week and working out every night. I've been mostly swimming, but man do I get really hungry for bad foods. Anyone else in this struggle with me?

Eat tons of protein and snack,



water
egg white,piece of light toast butter
water
greek yougurt
water
protein with a veggie or Meal replacment shake
water
mixed nuts

protein/veggie at 630 this is your last meal you have to fast for 12-14 hours

repeat.

have a cheat meal here or there but just remember you are only setting yourself back

Drink water/drink water
a gallon a day helps with hunger
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