Need to find a replacement for my late night snack.

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by Endymion, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. Endymion

    Endymion Orange Belt

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    I used to down a pack of fat free yogurt every night around bedtime, i can't sleep with hunger in my stomach (i even hallucinate when it's really bad). It's a side effect of a meal every three hour diet.

    So far i tried a nut mix, but i think it's to hearty and might effect my sleep. Any tips?
     
  2. manteca305

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    cottage cheese ?
     
  3. IDRISCKY

    IDRISCKY Purple Belt

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    Why do you need a replacement?
     
  4. Endymion

    Endymion Orange Belt

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    Fuuuuu-

    Sorry had a long work day, i need a replacement because i want to try a lactose free diet.
     
  5. IDRISCKY

    IDRISCKY Purple Belt

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    Why do you want to try a lactose free diet?

    And most of the lactose, not all, but a great percentage, is fermented into lactic acid.
     
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    Sardines?
     
  7. Mr Fingers

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    You might want to try a low calorie meal replacement shake.
     
  8. numberthirtytwo

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    some tuna or something like that might be good
     
  9. jimmyhaha

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    lol.

    You could try some fruit/veggies.
     
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    Possibly eat a larger last meal and skip the late snack?

    I use to do the 5-6 meal/snack thing but found that 3 larger meals and no snacks in between works just fine.

    The first day was kinda hard because I was use to eating every 3 hours but it wasnt a very hard transition to 3 meals
     

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