Judy's doctor tells her she's got to lose some weight-at least 20 pounds, he says, to get her blood sugar down. But every time she tries, she just...

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Judy's doctor tells her she's got to lose some weight-at least 20 pounds, he says, to get her blood sugar down. But every time she tries, she just ends up feeling so hungry. Like yesterday at work, she ate a tuna sandwich and a teensy bag of French fries from the cafeteria at lunch, and then, when she got home, she just had a can of chicken soup for dinner. Then Judy was watching TV and there was this ad for a Mexican restaurant, which made her realize how hungry she was for real food! So, Judy fixed herself a bowl of chili and cheese---and that filled her up. And she didn't feel guilty about it either! I mean, if you're hungry, then that means you need to eat1. What aspects of this scenario suggest that Judy's decision to fix herself a bowl of chili was prompted more by appetite than physical hunger? 2. On the other hand, why do you think she didn't feel satiated after dinner, yet the chili and cheese "filled her up?" 3. What could Judy add to her chicken soup tonight that might turn it into a meal that is both healthful and satisfying? 

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Judy's doctor tells her she's got to lose some weight-at least 20 pounds, he says, to get her blood sugar down. But every time she tries, she just...

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