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Subject: RE: Trying to lose weight and stop the binge eating: How do I distract myself from food?
I'm 42 and have eaten high carb-low fat-low protein most of my life until the past half year or so. I know the Taubes and Williams books are written for fat people, and not people who need carbs for performance.
I'm only speaking about personal experience, which may or may not be the same for other people. For the purposes of this post, I'm writing about my snacking experience, not my whole diet. I've had the not-being-able-to-stop-eating experience from things like bread, chips, and cold cereal in the past. After such snacking episodes, I would usually feel bad about it because they rarely satisfied, and didn't provide a good enough taste experience. When I finally ran out of the cereal/chips/etc. or otherwise stopped, I was usually still not close to be satiated - often I was even less satiated than when I started.
Snacking on something with more fat in it, I often reach a point where I just put it down because I've had enough.
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