I agree! its the same for me. I skip breakfast and I can get on with my day till past 11am, then i have an early lunch. But once I eat something, I feel theneed to graze all day long!SMS, there's definitely something to what you wrote. If I generally eat breakfast, it's usually small and may consisit of coffee with either fruit, fruit yoghurt or toast or cereal and I find myself getting hungry late morning. When I skip eating, I don't feel the same hunger pangs.
Genetics it is . . . then you hit 40 and everything goes pear-shaped . . . literally.Min_Ong wrote:i think it still boils down to genetics first.
but really,singapore's hawker food is fat fat fat.
hahaha. name me some un-fatty hawker food.Vaucluse wrote:
Fat, fat, fat? Then you're choosing the wrong, wrong, wrong dishes.
I was just thinking that this week whilst whiling away a few hours in the A&E at NUH. There I was in the mindnumbing mode that sitting in a boring place with nothing to do but count your brain cells dying or watch the people go past.Bafana wrote:Not all the locals are slim -
Of course, the degree of overweight is a relative thing, isn't it?micknlea wrote:It worked out at about only 2 or 3 out of 10 there were not overweight.
Made me feel better anyway...
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