Gigi I know what you mean about cooking. What helped me is setting an hour or two aside on the weekends to make a bunch of food then I put the meals together into individual containers so they are ready when I'm hungry. Stuff like pasta or rice and chicken/vegetables are easy. I also keep yogurt handy. Maybe smoothies would be helpful for you too.
I read somewhere that fast food can actually become addicting, and I agree with that personally. When I am working and going to school and crazy busy, if I eat fast food once then I crave it again for the rest of the week. So I avoid it at all costs now.
I was thinking if you were craving sugar that might be a sign of candida. Also when my iron is low I tend to crave food for some reason. Maybe there is a deficiency in your body that it is trying to fix?
Good luck to you! I understand!!
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Thanks for the response country mouse, cooking food ahead would be a good idea.
One of the few days when i feel better than usual i will have to cook a big meal to save for later.
I hate that i eat fast food, I know it is bad for me and i want to lose weight very badly!!
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