Eat when you're hungry, not when the clock says it's time to eat. Learn the difference between 7, 12 and 5 o'clock. Eat when actual hunger and tummy rumblings spur you on and not when the clock says you are hungry by habit.
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If you boil a pint of water in a saucepan then turn the heat off .Drop in2 twigs of mountain tea and a green tea, tea bag add a large pinch of cinnamon powder. Let it stand, drain ,Add1 tea cup of this to 1 glass of water. Drink through the day-
Stops hunger pangs...............
I am a sugar addict & eliminated all artificial sweeteners and sugar all together & not longer crave sugar. I still find myself occasionally wanting a taste of chocolate. Problem is just a little sugar will start a chain reaction of wanting more one hour later. At the end of day if I have more room in my calorie bank I will allow myself little chocolate when I am tired right before bed. As long as I get to sleep within the next hour I am unaffected the next day. My sugar cheat.
Since eliminating sugar and artificial sweeteners from my eating habits it has solved my life long hunger issues.
I always grab an apple and a big lidded glass filled with Crysal Light as I go out the door. It helps me not to stop at a fast food place because the apple keeps me satisfied till my next meal. The drink quenches my thirst instead of getting a soda. 43
Always be prepared for hunger to strike. Bring a low cal snack. 250
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