I try and find things to curb late night snacking and I recently was under the weather and was eating ice chips. Believe it or not..they seem to work w/ 'mindless' night snacking.it's time consuming to chew on them and helps with 'boredom' snacking. I even bought (at the dollar store) popsicle makers..i just fill em with cranberry juice (or other healthy stuff), freeze em and they're good for late nights too!
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I Make frozen pops with Yoplait Light yogurt. IT comes in 24 or more flavors, only 100 calories and 0 fat! Plus yogurt is good for you! It's a great refreshing & healthy snack anytime! Treat yourself and give it a try!! They're345!!9 Z146
If you don't have Popsicle molds, you can use ice cube trays & wooden craft sticks to hold them with!
There are some days I struggle with getting all of my water in, but I love to eat ice! So, I bought a ice crusher that turns cubes into snow cones. I add a bit of water and voila! A water flavored slushy. Yummy, cool, and 100% H2O!
Don't chew whole ice cubes- you can crack, chip, and damage your teeth.
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