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I have a similar problem, but with night time. I would go with an apple + some sort of protein (like milk). Also, unsweetened yogurt with fruit helps. If you feel the need for something super sweet I would suggest a little bit of very dark chocolate, mmmm. And celery with peanut butter is delicious!
I realize that my Chai Latte Tea has sugar and artificial sweeter also...I plan to limit myself to one in the morning...60 calories
I will not purchase any sweets like cookies and cakes and pies...but I will keep on hand yogurt that gives me the sense of something sweet...and fruit with fiber...and graham crackers .
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I realized during week 1 of this challenge that lunch is a trigger for me - I want something sweet after eating lunch. This is especially so on days when I teach before or through the lunch hour. So instead of going through a drive through or going to buy a candy bar (and end up getting two of them!), I'm going to make sure I have a reasonable sweet treat in my lunch.
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