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PBAILEY06 SparkPoints: (32,908)
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1/3/13 4:28 P

I find that chewing sugar-free gum helps me keep from snacking. When I started last summer, I went through A LOT of gum. Now I'm down to a few pieces/day. Making sure I drink water helps too, but not as much as the gum did.

Paula
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ACKWARDATTIMES Posts: 140
1/3/13 4:27 P

Someone told me to ask myself if I was hungry enough to eat an apple or (some other healthy option you dont normally crave) every time I found myself thinking about eating something and if yes that apple sounded so good then I was probably hungry and to eat and if it didnt I was just craving something instead of hunger and I should drink some water, do another activity. I did this for awhile and outside of my breakfast and dinner mostly I wasnt really hungry! Doing this helped me get back to knowing my hunger cues instead of crave eating.

-HEIDELA- Posts: 46
1/3/13 4:07 P

I read and crochet. I've been drinking green, or oolong tea, and still find myself hungry after eating a decent meal...

MEGSOC20 SparkPoints: (1,637)
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1/3/13 4:03 P

try drinking green tea instead of eating..

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,208
1/3/13 3:53 P

What are your interests (that don't involve food)???

Do you like to do a craft? Read a book? Go sled ridding? Take a bubble bath??
Dietitian Becky

-HEIDELA- Posts: 46
1/3/13 3:35 P

I'm pretty sure I'm not the only culprit of eating out of boredom... Any suggestions on how to overcome this?

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