Yah I've got a sweet tooth, it can be cured by gradually weaning yourself off processed sweets to natural sweets e.g. apples, honey, etc
I love all sweet foods, but haven't found a way to curve the habit.
Try dried fruits, such as dates, apricots, or prunes. When dried, the natural sugars found in the fruits are concentrated and become a sweet, delicious snack without the refined sugars or artificial sweeteners that will really mess up your teeth, sweet or otherwise!
I am a chocoholic anything with dark rich chocolate I love. The only way to alter it is to stop producing chocolate completely.
I definitely have a sweet tooth. I love chocolates, cakes and pies, just to name a few. I try to eat small portions, although it is a losing battle. lol Seriously though, I just don't buy them.. so if I don't have them in the fridge, I don't get to eat them.
Definitely have a sweet tooth, i would guess everybody does but they cannot afford to give in to their cravings because of the after effects- meaning health wise. I so love chocolate which has its health benefits but not eating too much a day. we all want to live longer and health so we give up somethings such as sweets, especially with diabetes on the rise.
ooh great one, trader joes 94% fat free popcorn and dark chocolate covered blueberries you get there too. thats for me almost every other night. If you want to replace sugars, I most definetly suggest for you cold sliced apples with almond butter you will find yourself having them every day and every night after a while.I invite you to check out my hubs
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I have one, big time. I found that it only gets bad when I eat sugary bread-based things like donuts.
A few years ago I cut out almost all sugar from my diet, and now to get a sweet fix, I'll have some dried fruit with granola and yogurt (not sweetened with sugar, with raw honey usually), or dried fruit with oatmeal if it's chilly outside.
I like certain sweets but most of us are well aware that sugar is very addictive. Over time I have really cut back on sweets. You might want to consider cutting back too, as there can be a lot of health problems related to sugar addition. Using natural sweeteners is a much better choice, such as honey or agave nectar, fresh fruits, etc.
I suppose that you could file your sweet teeth to curve them; but I tend to think that your teeth are already shaped the way that they should be, the sweet ones, the other ones, all of them :=P
my sweet tooth would be Blood on the Dance Floors music, I just cure it by blasting Candyland(by Botdf) and keeping it on repeat (:
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
Do you have a sweet tooth or salty tooth? Or do you like a combination?I have a combination, but lean to the salty side -- like just a little m&m's with salted popcorn. What do you prefer for snacks, sweety or salty, or both?
by EmpressImani 6 years ago
What sweets do you like and whyI love Godiva Chocolates. Mike and Ikes, Jelly Belly Beans and Cadbury's Crunchie
by Earl S. Wynn 7 years ago
What are some good recipes for a diabetic with a sweet tooth?
by Silver Fish 6 years ago
Sweet or savory snacks? Which do you prefer?
by ElleBee 5 years ago
Do you have any tips for cutting out aspartame from my diet?I am trying to cut aspartame and other artificial sweeteners from my diet. I am wondering if anyone has cut these out from their diet and has any tips. I'm trying to cut out the artificial sweeteners without having a high-sugar diet.
by LeonJane 7 years ago
Are you a sweet's or savory person?Would you rather eat a steak over a cheese cake? Or would you love to eat chocolate over a big bowl of spaghetti? Let me know your favourite type of meal.
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