How to not get hungry at work?

Im 18 and have just left school, im now starting a new job as an estate agent in a well known estate agents. I will be working from 9am-6pm every day and only have a half hour break at 1. Im used to eating like every hour or so because ive been at college and had so much food. Im worried instead of having pizzas burgers and chips and always FEELING full, when I go to work I can only eat at lunch time, how am I going to survive on a sand which at 1pm!?!?! im worried I could be really ill when at work because my body is not used to simply having breakfast, sand which for lunch and then dinner. Will my body adjust or what can I do or eat?

Asked By: - 2/22/2010
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In addition to staying hydrated, I would try adding some protein shakes into your diet... More
Answered By: Michael - 2/22/2010
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chew gum
Answered By: ♥ I enjoy spreading VD love ♥ - 2/22/2010
Drink water it will fill you up.
Answered By: James - 2/22/2010
find out how strict your new job is about snacking. i usually try to have a light snack every few hours to stay energized. if that is not possible, try eating more filling foods. eat a full breakfast and start eating healthier. i've noticed that by eating healthier, i always have more energy and feel full longer. it... More
Answered By: sarah - 2/22/2010
Consuming the correct food is important for your health. You can try supplementing your diet with acai berry, it's not only a widely tested and acknowledged weight loss product, it's a superfood too. There is a risk free trial offered at I've been using it for 2 weeks now and it's... More
Answered By: Mackenzie - 2/22/2010
thats easy go out for a smoke break if you dont smoke start to youll be less stressful and you wont be hungry
Answered By: Lucifer - 2/22/2010
Keep hydrated, much of the time when we feel we are hungry we are in fact thirsty, have a cuppa mid morning for some extra calories and if you are allowed to snack or can slip something behind your desk. Try snacking on a cereal bar or piece of fruit at mid morning and afternoon.
Answered By: Dan @ - 2/22/2010
Find time for short snack breaks- you should be able to get away for 30 seconds to scarf down a granola bar.
Answered By: liminal_lady - 2/22/2010
Ive got the same problem, i would say eat a Fullerr breakfast,your body will adjust to having lesson food and food at different times you just have to get used to it.then have a big lunch aha, but slowly make it smaller over time so your body is used to less food.
Answered By: Jodie - 2/22/2010
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