Diet Personality Quiz Results
THE MINDLESS MUNCHER
Mindless Munchers rarely make time for a balanced, sit-down meal. They graze throughout the day, grabbing a snack here, some hors d'oeuvres there. When peckish, they pull out crackers or chips, intending to just eat one or two, and the next thing they know — um, empty package. They're often unaware how much they eat. Look down at your computer keypad — see crumbs? It's hard to resist a snack — that bowl of peanuts at the bar or a restaurant's breadbasket.
Bottom line advice: Keep a food diary. Make time for sit-down meals, steer clear of finger foods, and ask the waiter ahead of time to nix the breadbasket. Start paying close attention to the actual process of eating. Learn more about mindful eating here.
Antipasto Pizza Blueberry-Lemon Tart Wasabi Mashed Potatoes Alfredo Sauce Bayside Barley Supper Simple Baked Crusty Chicken White Gazpacho Lazy Light Lasagna Roll-Ups Turkey, Bell Pepper, and Stuffed Olive Pita Bagel Crisps Topped with Olive Cream Cheese Spread
When the Dexcom monitor flashed a warning that it was time to order a new transmitter, I figured I’d at least have a couple of weeks before it went kaput. So we numbed the back of Charlie’s arm for about 40 minutes, slapped the sensor on him and waited two hours for the warm-up period. And waited. And … waited. Unlike the signal spottiness we experienced occasionally when we were using the Medtronic CGM, the Dexcom...