guyz...have you noticed?

@ced_cap (207)
Philippines
September 15, 2009 11:29am CST
When you take your dinner late, you wake-up the next day very very hungry. But when you take your dinner early, you're not that much hungry the next day you wake-up.
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@rainmark (4306)
15 Sep 09
For me it's reversed. When i take dinner early, the next morning i feel so hungry. But when i take dinner late, i'm not that too hungry the next morning. Coz i think the digestion of food takes longer. Happy posting.
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@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
15 Sep 09
If I eat exact on my dinner I am not hungry for until early next morning. A midnight snacks can help too. Whether I eat earl or late it doesn't affect only the amount of foods I eat.
@BStuff (498)
• United States
15 Sep 09
When you eat especally big meals before going to bed your body has to work twice as hard to clear out that mess with sleeping and repairing your body from the day before. This is why eating late is so bad for you. Also the next day your body is struggling because it doesnt get as good of rest as it normally would. Some people eat late so often they dont even notice their bodys going through this. This is usally annother reason why the next morning most people have bowl movements as soon as they wake up.
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@cloudi (330)
15 Sep 09
I have noticed that this happens. It doesn't really make sense but it does happen.
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• United States
15 Sep 09
Rather than being the time of the evening that you eat, could it be the types of food that you eat. Try tracking that.