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16th August Food and Fitness Update

Friday, August 17, 2012

thanks for commenting on my blog, i planned my meals and helps me stay away from junk food
but i still need to work on my sweet intake

emoticonExercise: 40 min walk/jog

Breakfast: brown bread + cheese slice + boiled egg + instant coffee
snack: soy milk
lunch: brown rice with thai stir fry
snack: coffee and 3 oreo cookies
Dinner: brown rice + chicken stir fry

emoticonSweet Tracker:
oreo cookies, 1 eclair, 1 coocnut candy, 2 bites of chocolate, 1 small liquor chocolate
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    I agree with the others, fruit really helps take the edge off of the sweet cravings. Also, I wonder if you drink diet soda, I have found since I've stopped drinking diet coke my sweet tooth has really subsided as has my night time cravings. It's just a thought that I thought I'd share with you.
    2137 days ago
  • SAASHA17
    i have a snack problem...but what i do is I try to keep certain days for it or make sure I dont mix them up in one day...and maybe u cud make one of ur meals a little for breakfast have oatmeal with some banana, blueberries or anything diced into cold oatmeal...

    take care
    2137 days ago
  • *MADHU*
    Totally agree with Sharmila...I use fruits too to satisfy sugar cravings. But I make it a point that I have not eaten at least 1-2 hours before & 1/2-1 hour after eating the fruit.
    2137 days ago
    I see a don't eat any fruits in any of your food blogs. I used to have that problem with chocolate, cakes, cookies and then I started to eat fruits for my sugar cravings and occassionaly Fiber One Brownies which only has 8 grms of sugar and 90 calories. What if you tried eating grapes, bananas, or any other fruits you like. I still eat cake for special occasions like birthdays or I'll have sweets like on a weekend otherwise I don't crave it as much and if I do the fruits help a lot.

    Good luck!
    2138 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/17/2012 5:51:08 AM
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