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What can I eat to avoid sugar cravings?


I've lost weight on MyFitnessPal and Naturally Slim but want to keep that weight off. How do you avoid those sugar cravings? I'm especially looking for ideas of foods that I can eat which might satisfy my hunger but not make me want to eat more.

 

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    Nancy C Moores 4 years ago

    yes, so true, me too, I find fruit the best fix.

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    Carolyn Dahl (renegadetory) 4 years ago

    FYI, I don't know that she should eat that considering she is trying to lose weight and one serving of that chocolate has 84% of its calories come from fat!

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    Sherrie Westerfield, Cpht (artist101) 4 years ago

    Sounds more like hypoglycemia, than just a sweet tooth, shouldn't be waking up. The cinnamon is a great idea, as it does help to stabilize glucose levels. Forgot about that one. :)

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