There are many ways to deal with this:
1) Eat it. There are no foods off limits. It isn't what you do every once in a while that matters, it's what you do consistently. An occasional biscuit isn't what got you where you are and it won't stop you from making progress either.
2) Don't eat it. Find out what is really in those biscuits. At the very least we are talking about flour and some damaged, unnatural fat. Educate yourself as what white flour and damaged oils do to your body and you might not want it anymore. Some people find that they wouldn't eat just a little biscuit any more than they would eat just a little arsenic.
3) Eat half. This is especially effective when you learn what's really in it, then share half with someone you don't like all that much.
"Your weight loss goals are every bit as important as those of a world-class athlete." Mike Kramer, Spark Staff
"Your weight ticker isn't going to change until you do." MICLWILDE
| current weight: 195.8