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Snacking on fruits instead of candy =)

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Breakfast: soup and bread roll
Lunch: Ham & Swiss sandwich
Dinner: granola with 1/4 c of strawberries with 1 tsp of sugar
Snacked on banana, 3 cuties, small green apple and 2 small cucumbers.

Last time we went shopping we didn't buy any junk food. I wanted to start snacking on fruit instead of the usually stuff. Did I tell you guys yet my BF no longer has diabetes? He laid in bed for a year eat eating candy, cookies and donuts and now he no longer has diabetes! Drives me crazy when I work so hard for so little results. Now that I'm not nagging him about eating candy, he is willing to cut out his cookies, donuts, tootsies rolls, smarties, M & Ms. Now that its not at home, its a lot easier for me not to snack too.
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    Sounds like I can take some lessons from you girl, thanks! I hate being surrounded by junk food.
    1346 days ago
    I love fruit and have been craving it lately.
    1346 days ago
    Ok, seriously, how did he do that???? Sheesh, wish I could do that.
    1346 days ago
  • DOODIE59
    Great news that you no longer have those treats in the house -- that makes personal discipline that much easier. You rock for making better choices re fruit for snacks. Way to go!!
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    1346 days ago
    Oh my gosh! CUTIES ROCK! emoticon

    I feel like eating more fruits and veggies helps me curb my urge to snack altogether (except my urges for cuties. lol)

    One thing that I found that is a good low-cal candy alternative (but not as healthy as fruit, mind you) is Skinny Cow Dreamy Clusters.

    Good luck this week!
    1347 days ago
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