I used to have sunflower seeds or popcorn at night but now I just go to bed earlier. That helps because not many people eat in their sleep :) But really if you eat well throughout the day and don't need anymore calories than replace the night time eating with a better habit like a bath or reading or stretching. When the habit is broken long enough the cravings will go away.
2/4/12 9:46 P
Baked pita chips! Whole wheat too! you can make the spicy or sweet with cinnamon. Yum
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2/4/12 7:56 P
a small handful of sunflower seeds work for me. they satisfy my salt craving and take a while to eat.
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2/4/12 6:04 P
I love salty snacks and find that evenings are the hardest time! What are some good, healthy snacks you eat??
Positive thinking can make a WORLD of difference :)
I have the same problem. I keep Cheezits 100 calorie snack packs for emergencies.
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3,775 2/4/12 2:52 P
I'll have a whole wheat hard pretzel or a graham cracker, but that is worked into my daily nutrition tracker.
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2/4/12 2:45 P
skinny cow crisps are very good!!!
You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind!
Discipline is doing now what I don't want to do, so I can do later what I do want to do!
2/4/12 2:36 P
I find myself giving in to late night cravings for something crunchy. I am embarrassed to say, I ate three handfuls of my husband's tortilla chips last night. I used to opt for healthier snacks, but now I'm finding myself caving to midnight munchies more and more. Any suggestions on how to deal with this?
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