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Alyx struggles with her weight and is relearning to eat instinctively with Am I Hungry?

Sea of choices
Posted on 10/17/2009 @ 6:08 PM

Big shindig at the office Friday night, and I was working. After the party, and before clean-up, a few of us decided to relax and partake. Oh, my, so many choices, and I was hungry. So, I thought about it, picturing all the different (huge) bowls of food as various islands I could visit. Where did I really want to go? Hmm… pastrami, corned beef, chopped liver, potato salad, egg salad, coleslaw, two huge islands of desserts, veggie trays, fruit trays. I sorta felt seasick. Then I decided: I love chopped liver and I rarely have it. Chopped liver on rye with lots of mustard, a big crunchy dill pickle, two slices of melon, and one very scrumptious strawberry. Yummmm…perfect choice.

Michelle May M.D.

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