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Fruit at night
Apr 14, 2009
... I'm assuming that your diabetes is type 2. Therefore any fruit should be fine, even the starchy ones...although if you're lowering carbs then bananas are not such a good choice. ... (5 replies)
Fruit at night
Apr 11, 2009
... I know fruit has natural sugars in it, and given my potential diagnosis, I want to avoid sugar. So what's the story here. ... (5 replies)
... raisin bran, cheerios, fruit loops, etc. ... (4 replies)

... I look forward to my "treat" everyday and I can't imagine what I could put in its place to satisfy me without being overindulgent. I eat a lot of fruit during the day, so fruit after dinner isn't really appealing. What do you think? ... (14 replies)
Soup at Night??
Aug 30, 2005
... based vegetable soup, or you could get very little from a creamy, cheesy soup. Both are FINE to eat though, in moderation. In regards to being better than protein and veggies, it depends. Ultimately, everything in moderation is healthy. ... (2 replies)
Too much fruit?
Jun 12, 2005
... this isnt a "diet" as in something i am following to lose weight,it is what i eat normally and what i enjoy eating.the thing is,i dont want to overdo it and gain a lot of weight,since fruit has lots of fructose in it. ... (36 replies)
... heavy foods at night, so you simply want to look at the labels and make sure you are getting a decent amount of protein with your snack. ... (13 replies)
... my only problem is that i've never really been that great with counting calories, carbs, grams etc :confused: the only thing i do is eat in small portions, and eat some fruit in between (13 replies)
... First of all, there is nothing wrong with eating at night, I recommend it. I am an advocate of eating every 3 hours that you are awake. This helps to balance and strengthen the metabolism. ... (13 replies)
... well if you are eating enough during the day your body is not eating muscles, it uses fat when you sleep, muscles are built up during the night as growth hormone is reelased to heal minor damages to tissues and if you have been exercising help to build up those muscles. ... (5 replies)
... rcury in tuna, I believe it is acceptable for an adult male to have one small can per week. The biggest caution is for children and pregnant women. You said you eat Mackerel. That's a good choice. ... (1 replies)
Juice at dinner
Feb 3, 2010
... I agree that a regular fruit juice for dinner isn't sufficient. ... (9 replies)
... ideally, you shouldn't eat anything too heavy before going to bed, but of course fruits arent 'heavy' but it still obv req some sort of digestion. ... (3 replies)
... he told me that he didn't think that i smelled bad and told me that it was probably all in my mind. i've done a lot of research and thought that maybe i eat too much meat and cheese and not enough fresh fruit and vegetables. ... (8 replies)
... When I don't eat enough and get REALLY hungry past the point of regular hunger, I get that way. I'll eat a meal and feel hungry afterwards. Do you think you were maybe eating too little the day before this started? ... (10 replies)
... All Different foods Digest at different rates. ... (14 replies)
... it does NOT sit and wait its turn, but gets mixed in with the other food. since the other food is taking so long to digest, the fruit cannot bypass the process already involved, so it is digested at the same rate as the other food where it should only have taken 30 mins. ... (14 replies)
... fruit should always be eaten at least a half hour before a meal, or on its own. ... (14 replies)
... I usually have a sandwich or a wrap of some sort and eat a big apple or pear or orange right afterwards. If I want to get my fruit in, should I eat it BEFORE the meal? ... (14 replies)
... zevi8 is right, fruit digests quickly compared to carbs and protein. so if you eat a big meal and fruit right after, the fruit will sit on top of the meal and ferment in your gut, while the body is trying to digest the other food slowly. this can cause gas and bloating. ... (14 replies)

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