I keep thinking about a quote I saw in a magazine: If you aren't hungry enough to eat an apple, you aren't hungry!
"Would you like an apple?"
"Would you like a banana?"
"Would you like... (insert any healthy food)?"
"Then you must not be very hungry."
I was hungry for junk, which in reality translates to not being hungry.
Now I'm all grown up (and trying not to grow out) and realize I still struggle with distinguishing between junk hunger and real hunger, but because I enjoy healthy foods I can't test my hunger with an apple. I would eat an apple whether truly hungry or not! In fact, I couldn't think of any food to substitute in the quote, so I decided on this qualifier:
If I'm not hungry enough to eat at the table, I'm not hungry.