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A simple way to curb mindless eating

If I'm wanting to eat I ask myself two simple questions:
Are you hungry? Are you willing to eat fruits or veggies?
If the answer to both of those is yes, then I know I'm truly hungry and I eat something healthy. If the answer to either of those is no, then it's off to drink some water and do something else.

- Submitted by AMMCCARTER 6/6/2013 in Weight Loss | 2 Comments
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You Open the Fridge for the 50th time and Stare===A Solution

emoticon Set aside 200 cals for ingredients. Prepare a large plate of hors d'oerves with the ingredients. Put it in the front of the fridge. You now have something to grab when you open the fridge! You will be surprised how many snacks you can make from 200 cals. Use cucumber coins, tomato or veggie slices, lo cal crackers,1 tbsp whip cream cheese,or salad dressing, a cheese slice, deli turkey/ham, herbs and seasoning. Example: tomato,, dab of dressing ,sliver of ham. Be prepared!

- Submitted by JORDEE54 12/31/2012 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Munchies Attack!

Keep healthy munching foods stocked: carrots, cucumbers, apples, pumpkin seeds, 100 calorie popcorn portions, etc. Keep them in your fridge, pantry and at work. Salsa and low-cal ranch dressing are a good addition for just a few calories. emoticon

- Submitted by MEG-NATALIA07 11/27/2012 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Night time munchies

I get the late night munchies. If I cave, I now choose frozen fruit instead of ice cream. A nice crisp /dehydrated Apples or Pear instead of chips... and keep carrots and other veggies when i want that salty "binge" with no more than 2 TBsp of Dressing... I get more fruits and veggies this way.. and it has really caused me to think about my munching choices. (IF YOU ARE DIABETIC this is something you would need to deal with sugar levels before trying)

- Submitted by MALKS_ARIA 7/27/2012 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Mindful Eating

If I ever think I am hungry, I stop and try to see why--food images, stress, upset stomach, boredom. Oftentimes it is easier to say no to food when I know why I am craving it. Failing that, I drink some water and reevaluate my hunger in 15 minutes, living in a desert makes it hard to stay hydrated at the best of times, so thirst is often misinterpreted as hunger for me.

- Submitted by HMATTAX 11/29/2011 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Evening Munchies

When I get those evening munchies - those times when I'm watching TV and craving chips or something - I eat unshelled sunflower seeds. I eat them one at a time, and that really seems to fulfill the hand-to-mouth thing, the crunch thing, and it's low cal, low fat and inexpensive!

- Submitted by RHIDENISSEN 8/1/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Postpone dessert for 1 hour after dinner

Sometimes I get the munchies after dinner. So, instead of eating junk food while watching tv, I postpone dessert for about 1 hour after dinner. I do the dishes, clean up the kitchen, watch a little tv, and it's nearly 8 pm - my usual time for the munchies.

- Submitted by AZURE-SKY 6/8/2010 in Weight Loss | 2 Comments
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Brush your teeth to stop the night time munching!

I'm a night time snacker, especially if I didn't eat right such as skipping or eating a very small breakfast. I started brushing my teeth after dinner because the clean feeling helps reduce the munchy cravings and I'm usually too lazy to want to have to brush my teeth again just for a few bites.

- Submitted by CHRISSY1012 3/31/2010 in Healthy Eating | 3 Comments
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