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    I often wake up too late for breakfast, come home and have a small to medium sized lunch, have a small feast when i come home from school (it all depends on what's in the house, the nutrition value of it) and then I have dinner and usually have a couple snacks..
    If there's junk food in the house usually I go for it instead (unless there's fruit, but there usually isn't)
    I love junk food and fatty food.

    I'm pretty thin for what I eat, I'm seriously lucky I'm not obese
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post
    I often wake up too late for breakfast, come home and have a small to medium sized lunch, have a small feast when i come home from school (it all depends on what's in the house, the nutrition value of it) and then I have dinner and usually have a couple snacks..
    If there's junk food in the house usually I go for it instead (unless there's fruit, but there usually isn't)
    I love junk food and fatty food.
    breakfast could change your life. grab some bread and slap some PB on it. or have some nuts on the way to school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    breakfast could change your life. grab some bread and slap some PB on it. or have some nuts on the way to school.
    I'll keep that in mind, thanks for the advice.
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    I've actually gotten better with eating, I have cereal or an english muffin for breakfast salad for lunch and than candy for dinner

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    I love the taste of food, but food is like the bane of my life.

    For one thing, I have a huge appetite. It's not just that I have the ability to eat a lot--I mean I HAVE to eat a lot or else I get faint. My dad's side all have high metabolisms, and I got it. It's nice that most of the time, that means I could eat junk and not gain weight (at least until now that I'm almost out of my twenties and my body is starting to show it). But the bad side is that eating is a pain in the ass. What most people consider a whole meal is about half of what I need to eat to be full. And I can't skip meals (including a full breakfast) or else I'll get faint. I envy people who can go all day without eating or just eat a piece of toast or something for breakfast.

    So that means I have to spend more money on food than most people and cook more often. I know how to cook, but I find it incredibly boring to do. I used to just buy premade food until I got poor enough that cooking all my meals became a necessity. I feel like I spend so much time during my day cooking, doing dishes, and eating (especially since I have a jaw problem and can't chew very fast, meals take a long time for me to eat). I wish I could just pop some pills into my mouth every couple hours for all my nutrition instead of relying on food. It would be sooooo much easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    breakfast could change your life. grab some bread and slap some PB on it. or have some nuts on the way to school.
    Eh...I've gone long periods with having breakfast every morning and long periods without. I never noticed any difference, so it's easiest to just skip it most of the time.


    To answer the OP, I LOVE food...perhaps wayy too much. I'll probably be obese when I'm older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubtleFighter View Post
    I love the taste of food, but food is like the bane of my life.

    For one thing, I have a huge appetite. It's not just that I have the ability to eat a lot--I mean I HAVE to eat a lot or else I get faint.
    Sounds like you have an overactive pancreas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Eh...I've gone long periods with having breakfast every morning and long periods without. I never noticed any difference, so it's easiest to just skip it most of the time.


    To answer the OP, I LOVE food...perhaps wayy too much. I'll probably be obese when I'm older.
    It's different for everyone, but I know it's common for people to get into the habit of skipping breakfast, being starving by time they eat, and then overeating later in the day. Something to stick to you in the morning can help hunger come on more gradually and naturally for those people, leading to more balanced eating patterns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Sounds like you have an overactive pancreas.
    Why, does this sound like having too much insulin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubtleFighter View Post
    Why, does this sound like having too much insulin?
    Disclaimer: I'm not a doctor.

    However, I do have a diabetes type 2 wife, and the dizziness symptom you describe sounds like a blood sugar issue.
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