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"if we spent hours doing MFM the night before I was more apt to be hungry quicker in the morning, but I usually sleep later, because we get to bed later as well"

No rest for the wicked. I had a small nap afterwards in Scamps arms but then had to hop my tail back to my place as I had to get up early in the morning to get my son to school.

Of course, I ended up not getting my breakfast because my morning was so hectic with school drop-off, coffee with Scamp, dropping the car at the mechanic, taking the streetcar to get a rental car and then dealing with work here at home I'm just now settling down to enjoy lunch

~tired AND hungry rabbit~

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Rabbit I will say if we spent hours doing MFM the night before I was more apt to be hungry quicker in the morning, but I usually sleep later, because we get to bed later as well.

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PG - I'm (normally) with you. I usually have nothing for breakfast except coffee. Food simply does not appeal to me in the morn.

However, since I've gotten together with Scamp I find myself famished in the late morning. Right now I'm fine with just my smoothie in me BUT, from experience, I know that within a half an hour of getting to my house all I will be able to think about is food and that is directly related to the fact that we had epic sex last night. I don't have the burning *need* for a hearty breakfast on mornings that I didn't have sex. On those days I only have a small smoothie or nothing at all.

Good thing that all of this extra food I've been taking in is getting worked off in the most amusing ways!

~rabbit~

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NJ I suspect that is a huge part of the problem for me, my body doesn't want to be awake at 6am. My body loves to go to bed at about 2am and wake around 10-11. Quick workout upon waking and I'd be ready to eat.

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there's only so far we can each "push" our body's natural eating & sleeping rhythms; knowing those rhythms and working with them, rather than trying to force unnatural rhythms on them, IMHO is the best bet.

i prefer a larger breakfast/lunch & really light dinner (more of a snack). earlier bedtime, earlier wake time. not currently very feasible--part of my ongoing struggle to shave off the extra 15 or so lbs.

long winded way of saying: it's good to know what works for *you*--and adjust accordingly. ;)

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Trust me I know this but when your body totally rebels (and by rebelling I mean if I force myself to eat I will most likely throw up) at eating in the morning there isn't much you can do. Although I was this way back when I was working out heavy and there were those that wanted me to enter bbcomps. I have been this way since about age 5. My mom fought to get me to eat in the am, I'd puke on the way to school. She finally gave up and let me just have my chocolate milk. In high school I averaged eating/drinking 4000-5000 calories a day and you could count every rib and hang a coat on my hip bones.

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@Pirate: A bodybuilder is "trained" to eat. Believe it or not, people are overweight because they eat the wrong food at the wrong time. 95% of getting in shape is training, nutrition and supplementation coupled with rest and water.

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I can't imagine eating that in the morning...hubby would but me? I don't like to even really smell food cooking until I have been up for several (as in 6 or 7) hours. Even eating a bowl of fruit 2 hours after waking is a struggle for me.

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Rice and black beans cooked together, baked chicken and sauteed mushrooms and onions, iced coffee which I made in the espresso machine. Haven't done that in a while.

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Glass of chocolate milk before barn work while waking up. Just now a bowl of pineapple and strawberries. Since I have way more than 5lbs to lose.

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