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GLH1980 SparkPoints: (6,021)
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2/21/13 10:11 A

I drink a cup of coffee or tea. That usually does the trick for me. Depending on the craving I may "give in" to it. I don't completely ignore all my cravings. I find that if I do that I eventually binge so having a little something helps. For example, I've been having the smart ones ice cream sundaes on occasion. They really help with my cravings and I don't feel guilty for having them where if I ate regular ice cream I would feel so guilty.

SWEDIEPIE Posts: 338
2/21/13 9:57 A

I'll usually chew gum, drink tea, or eat a piece of fruit, and I busy myself.

It depends on the craving, though- if it's something I can/want to have, I'll have it and add it into my tracker.

MEGMEG2216 SparkPoints: (7,570)
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2/21/13 9:01 A

I always carry around a pack of sugar-free gum and when I get a craving I just chew a piece of the gum. Its less than 5 calories so you don't have to worry about blowing up your calorie range. After a few minutes I usually get over the craving.

PSHOWS SparkPoints: (5,860)
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2/21/13 8:59 A

What are some of the best ways to deal with cravings?

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