Well, Debbie, unfortunately here lately, ALL foods!!! Please pray for me, as I believe I am having a problem with it, just craving all sorts of comfort foods, breads, and chocolate and almonds. At this rate, before too much longer, I will not be able to fit through the door! Ha. Well, it's really not funny. I don't know what is going on with me right now, as I am not stressed or anything of that nature.
Faith my friend.. I will pray for you.. and please pray for me.. I have been to a doctor to find out why some foods are hurting me.. I can only eat certain things now.. and it is kind of boring.. if you know what I mean.. thank you for your answer...
I love chocolate and have to curb my appetite on this. I know that it is ok if you have some dark chocolate (75% plus) and I do only have an ounce most days. However, it does come in many flavors and in so many different types of great food products. Have to work on keeping the temptations to special occasions.
I was addicted to chocolate like many of your hubbers said and I decided to change my eating habbit and I started to eat instead of chocolate, carrot, every time I felt like chocolate I munched on carrot's sticks until my skin started to have a yellowish tan ( too much beta-carotene in my body:). I still eat a little bit of dark chocolate and a little bit of carrots...but nothing any more excessively, I have learnt my lesson:
What you crave is in your head and everything is good for you until you start to eat it in excessive amount:)
I have a major soda problem. I LOVE Dr. Pepper, and there is rarely a day that goes by that I don't drink at least one. I think my biggest problem is that I am not a coffee drinker, so soda is my way of getting caffeine to get me going in the morning. If I'm exceptionally tired, I go for a Rockstar energy drink.
However, when I got pregnant, I had to lay off the caffeine and sodas (too much sugar). I switched to decaffeinated tea. It gave me a good morning ritual that I craved, and it helped me avoid those bad habits until I had my baby and finished nursing.