"Honey? Straight from the bottle onto my spoon? Yes, that sounds like an excellent idea. It'll save me the calories from bread. Here, let me take 8 more spoonfuls of that."
"Wow, what a healthy well-portioned lunch I put on my plate. I think it will be well worth my time if I ate straight from the leftovers container while it's heating up."
"After a fantastic Someburros dinner, I think I need a large frozen yogurt... With brownies, caramel and Almond Roca. Mmmm.. I'm still hungry. I'll have two bowls of Raisin Bran Crunch."
And I am not sorry for any of it. In fact, it was fun.
Running turns me into a ravenous beast. There is no way I burned as many calories as I felt the need to consume. I'm thinking my behavior might be my blood sugar spiraling out of control post-run due to not fueling up immediately after. I let myself get way too hungry. Tomorrow, I'm going to try a post run snack with a good balance of carbs, protein and fat. I heard low-fat chocolate milk works well for that. That sounds yummy.
By the way, I didn't track last night because I honestly have no clue what I ate.
Any runners out there have this problem? More importantly, has anyone found a solution?