As a New Foodist Ruth Has Trouble Knowing if the Hunger She Feels is Real

by | Apr 10, 2016


Learning to listen to your body isn’t easy for someone who has a long history of dieting. As an aspiring new foodist, Ruth is struggling to know if the hunger she experiences after dinner is physical or emotional, and how exactly she should handle it.

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3 Responses to “As a New Foodist Ruth Has Trouble Knowing if the Hunger She Feels is Real”

  1. Lainey says:

    Hi Darya. I don’t normally eat after my dinner as I’m not usually hungry. However, yesterday I had a particularly small dinner as there wasn’t much I liked in the house and I wasn’t in the mood for cooking. I then felt hungry around 9pm and wasn’t going to bed for a couple more hours; so I had a snack. Which got me wondering about this podcast. You mentioned various ways that Ruth could tweak her food to ensure she is not hungry in the evenings, but at no stage (unless I missed it) did you mention having a small, healthy snack if she is genuinely hungry at night. Is a small, healthy snack a couple of hours before bed a bad thing?

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