I wish I did, but I don't think I do. I really like food and try not to feel guilty over things I eat, but it gets annoying when I try to eat healthier and still end up eating poorly. I don't think I even eat that poorly compared to a lot of people, but my body certainly doesn't like some things that I eat I don't think. I am sure my main issue is that I suck at picking out good things to take for the day to work, so I end up taking quick, easy lunch meals that aren't the best for me. And for some reason I actually eat more at work than I do at home... I am always super hungry at work. To the point of feeling really weak and shakey. At home I've definitely had moments like that, but that's because I pretty much don't eat at home sometimes, so it makes sense. I might have something small for breakfast (big might), and then I just wait for dinner. But during the work week I eat breakfast, bring something for a snack (granola bar and a banana usually, possibly another kind of fruit or carrots also) and an actual lunch meal and I am still starving before the end of the day comes. As a result, I go home and eat too much for dinner because I still feel hungry and then I often will have something else after also. It's horrible. I don't know why I feel so hungry so often throughout a work day. I shouldn't be. It makes it hard to eat good things on a consistant basis. So yeah, I snack on things that aren't necessarily the healthiest but aren't that bad (I could do much worse than a granola bar daily I think), and eat processed junk for lunch a couple times a week because I get tired of sandwiches. And I eat too much for dinner sometimes because I don't realize I'm full right away. And once a week I crave something chocolatey, so I'll eat a bit, but otherwise I don't feel I eat that horribly. But I still can't lose weight and maintain truly healthy eating habits. But I guess the good news is that I also am not gaining weight... I just wish that I knew how to eat better so that I felt better. Would be nice to constantly know how to eat consistantly at home and at work so my body would know what was up.