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Thanks for sharing it surely helps knowing others experience the same things I'm going thru or feeling.

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I gave into my sugar craving and am now having a hard time getting back off. Trying to keep in the groove by logging in almost everyday for inspiration.



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Learnasigrow - thanks for the tip. I'll check it out.

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5/12/17 12:42 P

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Marielle1944, you need to check your magnesium levels and the things which allow magnesium to work. Vitamin D, B-12, Calcium, Zinc, etc.

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For years, I had chocolate cravings.

Then, I read an article which said, "If you have chocolate cravings, you probably have a magnesium deficiency."

Haven't craved chocolate since then.

The second thing I do is start with fruit every day. I always had a sweet tooth and I have always found that if I ate fruit, I didn't crave junk food. If I ate junk food, I would think "Yuk" when I looked at fruit.



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I agree with Kbiasiell. My problem is proportions. I can't just eat one oz. of chocolate-if I have 1, I'll go for 2 or 4 or more. If I have 2 oz. of Brie, I go for 4 or even 8. I don't seem to be able to eat 1/2 cup of ice cream-it becomes one cup, then the serving just gets bigger and bigger until it is gone. So far I haven't had any even though I've been tempted. My DGS's have a bag of Tootsie Rolls in the cupboard-As long as I don't have one, I'm okay. Also a bag of chocolates there too--I can't eat just one so I leave them alone.

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We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts we make the world. ~Buddha Dhammapada.


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I do live alone, so I just don't bring home anything that I don't want to worry about craving. But I do sometimes want to eat because I am emotionally hungry instead of truly physically hungry. When that happens I get busy doing something to distract myself. Hobbies are a God send for me. I crochet, garden, sew. All things I enjoy more than mindlessly eating. I have been walking for exercise since Nov. 2008, and getting outside and walking is great for distracting me and for getting healthier. These are things that can help with taking a step back when you have a craving too.

I had to change a lot of old habits to lead a healthy lifestyle. Even what I thought about had to be changed. But it has been well worth it. Good luck to you! This can be done!


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If the craving is really strong. I have a small amount of what I am craving and really savour it. That helps. If not too strong, I take my mind off food by moving or grabbing a drink of water or a cup of herbal tea.



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I fight with this all the time. Telling myself that "I don't want it" whatever that it is tends to help. If that does not work, then I think about the why I am craving it. Most times I am not hungry and will reach for my water. When I am hungry I go for my pre planned meal or snack. Most times that works, other times not so much. My last attempt before I end up giving in is think about the reward I am going to give myself at the end of the week. If I want that reward bad enough, it tends to work. I did this a lot at work since I work around food. Now that I am off for the summer, I have to retrain myself at home as well. It is a constant battle. I do have to say it has to do with sweets more than anything else. I do not care for fried, greasy foods anymore, or any food that is processed. I mostly enjoy my new way of eating more than I use to. The sweets are the hardest. I know in moderation is ok, but every day is not.



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My biggest problem is the portions. I am just starting this journey and if I have 2 oz of cheese i want to eat 5! Once I get the taste in my mouth of something I love like pretzels or any salty snack I'm done for! It's best for me to just STAY AWAY!!

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5/11/17 9:15 A

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Right on, Sugar!!! In my situation I live with a person who will always leave goodies out within reach because that's what she does. I have the choice--eat them or not. It isn't fair, but we all know that life isn't fair!! Deal with it or not--it's your choice either way.



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5/11/17 8:38 A

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we are not alone in this fight . we do not live without something or someone who has other plans and needs .do not expect your family to be your soul support . they can help but you are the only one that controls what you put in to your mouth . so if it there or not and you know you should not eat it . you control the fork not them . that is life . and life sucks at times but the truth will out and you are the one in control .

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Cidalia, My daughter buys chips, candy, ice cream for her kids but I just tell myself it is not for me and as long as I don't have one bite I am okay. I admit I look at them but one taste would probably send me over the edge. Good luck!!

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5/10/17 9:44 P

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How are you all not buying or not having junk food at home? Do you all live alone?

My husband will always have some kind of junk at home (snack cakes, potato chips, microwaveable popcorn, chocolate, etc). I just have to not go crazy on them. I don't have the option of not having it at home.

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5/10/17 1:33 P

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I crave sugar--well really candy and ice cream. I have begun to treat it like an addiction. Similar to AA, I take it one day at a time. I do use honey in my tea, but some days don't even do that. I still think about it every day. For my birthday I asked my daughter to do something with fruit-like a strawberry pie, or fruit tart or fruit "pizza". She did chocolate covered strawberries. I was able to handle that and not binge afterward. It is a struggle I deal with every day.

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We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts we make the world. ~Buddha Dhammapada.


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5/9/17 8:01 P

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I 'm also trying to live without eating sugar, but I find it very hard since I have been eating sugar since I was young. I'm trying to wean myself off sugar, because I found out just last month that I was at risk for diabetes and that's kinda scary. I try to prevent myself for wanting sugar by not buying sugary snacks, like cookies, cake, candy. I remember I use to buy these mini pies from Walmart, I ate them so much that I got sick of them, lol. I'm trying to substitute my sweets foods by buying peanuts or homemade vanilla ice cream. I hope that's not a bad thing, because I love me some ice cream.

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5/9/17 12:49 P

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When I was on my own (and thinner) I set a rule never to stock binge foods in my apartment. I could get them but I could only ever buy enough for that day. I also didn't have a car so I'd have to walk a mile to CVS to buy it. You learn when you REALLY want a cookie.

My fiance adopted something similar after I took over weekday cooking. We see his folks every weekend and his mom cooks a lot of "grey" foods (potatoes, processed, fried, sugar, chocolate). He let's himself go wild on the weekends but won't accept leftovers anymore.


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We only keep good wholesome food in the house so that helps limit cravings. Out of sight out of mind, right? Then whenever we run errands we eat right before we leave so the smells of the yummy junk food and unhealthy choices at the grocery store don't tempt us.

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5/9/17 11:54 A

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When I have a craving, I brush my teeth. Everything tastes gross after toothpaste, so I find that I don't want to eat after brushing my teeth. If I'm at work, I'll have a couple tic-tacs.


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If I really want something, I will buy a single-serving of it. It's usually more expensive that way, but it means I get to have my treat once, and then I'm done. I'm lucky in that I don't tend to have cravings that become binges; I can get an ice cream cone and that won't send me into a carb-spiral. I'm much more likely to just eat things because they are there--so no junky food in the house.

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My partner just took off on a plane to visit friends and an out of state daughter for 3 weeks. My sister is arriving in two days to visit for a week. CHANGE OF TEMPTATIONS. I can put my partner's tempting snacks in the trash or back of the cupboard, ridding the counters of potato chips, fancy crackers, chocolate, hard candy, and a few kinds of cookies. My sister doesn't eat that stuff either except for peppermint hard candy, so the counters will be bare except for my sister's tempting snacks, which involves cake, pie, and coffee cake.



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Keeping the snacks out of the house is BEST for me. If I have company I get cookies, or salty snacks, etc. If I am shopping I try to avoid this isles that sell these items otherwise I think I need them......lol........
looking for other snacks that are healthy to replace these.......

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5/4/17 2:42 P

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I try to avoid buying them too. Not always successful at keeping them out of the house but I try to avoid it.

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Most of the time, I deal with cravings by not buying the items I crave, mainly chocolate or ice cream. Once in a great while if I go out to eat, I will share a dessert with my dinner partner. Again, I don't buy sugary or white flour items and I eat small portions. My best way to deal with cravings is not to buy unhealthy items in the first place and I live a fairly long distance from a grocery store, so there you have it. If I don't see it, I don't crave it, so don't buy it!

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5/3/17 7:54 A

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years ago my husband said . you will only shop once a month . now there are supply foods that you need only buy once a month . other foods need to be purchased on a weekly basic .fresh is better then wilted and bad for the trash can .

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I'm not Sure How To stop the Cravings. I Crave Salad. Then Cake. I Crave things I Have in House. I'm Too lazy to Walk 3 Miles to The Store to get a Treat.if it's Sugar, I Eat Fruit., If Salt or Sour. I Eat a Pickle, If I can Live with out all those, Then I Go out Side and Blow Bubbles.

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right there with you


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If an unhealthy treat pops into my head, I tell myself I can have it if I'm still obsessing about it in an hour. If it's an hour later and I've been watching the clock, I'll have the treat. Usually, it's more like two to three hours before I think about it again, so I start over with the treat in one hour. If I go into the next day still thinking about it, I have it. Otherwise I'll eat around it - overeating the healthy foods - and end up doing more damage than I would have done had I indulged in the treat.

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I share a kitchen with someone who eats very few things that don't contain sugar and who leaves things out where they'll be "handy". I can put them away, but soon they will show up again on a kitchen counter or living room table. This person isn't really a saboteur, just elderly and disorganized. It really is up to me to learn avoid eating these foods, as the situation will not change.



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If I don't buy foods full of sugar I won't eat them. If I buy them it's hard for me to eat small portions. So I try not to buy them.



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I'm not very good at resisting cravings once they have arisen,
so my strategy is based on preventing them by
- refraining from eating sugar and white flour, eat whole grains and fruit instead
- planning my food the night before, and then stick to my plan - no unplanned food
- eat my food sitting down

If I do these, I'm good, and have no cravings, just some mild and fleeting physical hunger before breakfast.
Eat sugary things, white flour or unplanned things or standing, and I get in trouble.
Eating unplanned bread or pasta standing up guarantees intense cravings,
so I'm better off not doing that.

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Getting back to freggie shakes and my paleo diet stopped most of my cravings. Something about vegetables and fruits seem to stop my cravings. If I don't have enough fruits and vegetables and decent carbs at breakfast, I'll have cravings for sweets all day.



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What help me yesterday was to focus my mind on my goals I set and then how I know for a fact giving into my food craving (I wanted some fast food) would derail all my hard work and break my spark streak concerning fast food. I did drank some water and did one of Leslie Sansone's Walk at Home video and did some stepping in place while watching TV. My craving soon pass cause I eventually forgot about it when I got preoccupied with something else.

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I'm still fighting a 'Starbucks everyday at 500 calories a pop' craving

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A very important part of this jigsaw puzzle known as a healthy Lifestyle is to understand some key principles. The primary person we need to deal directly with is our "Inner Child". And to do that, we need to set some boundaries based on acceptable behavior. To me that would include definitions like distinguishing between "in sight" and "a craving"....and recognizing which you are actually dealing with.

In my book...seeing something on the counter and being attracted to it is not a craving!! A craving is when I've been thinking about the same food for more than one day.... Since they are different in my view...I deal with them differently.

For a real craving...I've learned Time is on my side. I can think about it, choose it or not, plan for it in my calories/menu, feel very satisfied and have no guilt and move on.

If its something my partner has left out (and we do have what I lovingly refer to as the "Carb Cupboard")... I can usually tell my inner child--nope, that's his, and its OK for him...but not for me. I'm good with buying things he likes...and let him worry about his health! He doesn't have my health issues, and he does exercise differently than I do.... I can look at most of his treats and factually evaluate: sugar, refined flour, etc...and know I don't need those. Attraction gone!
By the way, you will NEVER get others to meet your rules, so my advice is to get over that idea!

For dealing with others offering me food treats: sometimes I accept, sometimes I just say No Thank You. You'd be amazed how empowering that is! If I'm offered something and its time for a snack, etc, then I just keep my serving size small and track it as best I can. If I'm going to a party or something, I always eat something healthy ahead of time so I know I'm not hungry---there goes that excuse! And I seldom have an alcoholic drink first off...and surprisingly, sometimes I just don't get around to it again.... When I attend a buffet/pot luck...its still easy to enforce the home rule: 1/2 my plate in veggies, 1/4 carb,/1/4 protein....and then stall before even thinking about dessert.

None of us are perfect with this sort of thing....and there's no reason we need to be. Just take it One Decision At A Time, and remember your real goal: A Healthy Lifestyle. Enjoy LIfe!!
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Fairly often I am hungry for a specific food which is in sight or located where I could easily get to it. When this happens, if I don't thoughtlessly grab and eat whatever, I pause and consider whether or not this is really hunger. To test this, I think of a healthy food that I like, but wouldn't normally eat as a snack or eat without planning ahead. Once this food is chosen (for example, a nicely seasoned potato), I consider whether if I ate this, I would feel better and not yearn for the craved food (for example chocolate cake). If the thought of eating the potato is unpleasant or disappointing, I know that I am not really hungry and that the chocolate cake would not be a good choice.

Sometimes, the above thought pattern works for me. It is not sufficient, however, as the only way to avoid thoughtlessly eating craved foods. The more difficult approaches are (1) to be sure not to buy unhealthy foods or to leave them within easy sight and reach, (2) to get others in environment to exert similar restraint about displaying goodies that they buy, and (3) to have a plan worked out for those times when you know you will be offered tempting "treats" by others.

In all fairness, resisting craved foods is not something that I am skilled in doing and the above should be taken as a "do as I say, not as I do" word of advise.

Do you have a system that really works for avoiding eating craved foods?



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